Introduction to the HEDGE Programme and the Kickstarter Workshops
THE HEDGE PROGRAMME
THE KICKSTARTER WORKSHOPS
'ME AND MY COMMUNITY’
THE HEDGE PROGRAMME
The HEDGE Programme has been divided into 2 series of workshops:
The HEDGE Programme (Human Rights Education for Global Effectiveness) has been developed for young refugees and migrants to help develop their skills and knowledge about self-advocacy and to gain a deeper knowledge of Human Rights.
The workshops are designed to be used in both informal and formal settings and combine innovative, creative approaches to involve, inspire and empower future young leaders.
- The Kickstarter Workshops
- The Start-Up Workshops - see other handbook
WHAT ARE THE KICKSTARTER WORKSHOPS?
The Kickstarter Workshops have been developed as part of the HEDGE Programme and are to be facilitated before the Start-Up Workshops.
The workshops will involve, inspire and empower future young leaders to be able to:
- Personalise Human Rights
- Express their Human Rights
- Communicate Human Rights in context
- Define responsibilities on a global, community and personal level
The Aims of the Kickstarter Workshops are to:
- Familiarise participants with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR)
- Assist participants to understand and express these Rights
- Help participants relate and connect Human Rights to real life
- Create a fun learning experience
- Introduce the next steps - The Start-Up Workshops
NOTE FOR FACILITATORS
Please document any words, phrases, statements or observations made by you or the participants during the workshops. The information collected will help the training to be more bespoke and specific to the groups' needs. It will create community, momentum and group ownership of the learning experience. Using a flip chart to catalogue these observations is advisable.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
KICKSTARTER WORKSHOPS 1 - INTRODUCTION
Kickstarter Workshop 2 - Introduction
Kickstarter Workshop 3 - Introduction