In partnership with Maison Pour Tous Léo Lagrange, the Coalition of SEGA youth organizations of Prilep, North Macedonia organized a training for youth trainers which was held from February 9th to 12th, 2020 in Struga, North Macedonia.

The training, which brought together around fifteen participants from Macedonian civil society and created a space for sharing experiences, was planned to be based on innovative and interactive methods. Thus, the decision of the association Maison pour tous Léo Lagrange of Cherbourg-en-Cotentin, Normandy to send two experienced trainers to supervise it, Bérénice and Arno, respectively specialists in formal and informal education.

This moment of learning and exchange aimed at setting up and animating Youth Exchange meetings intended to welcome young people from abroad and have them share their experiences to promote interculturality.

The methods, exercises and other tools offered during the training allowed the participants to learn the role of facilitator: at the crossroads of mediation and informal pedagogy, this function constitutes a key role in the supervision of Youth Exchange sessions.

This activity was implemented within the framework of decentralized cooperation between Norman and Macedonian actors.

In partnership with Maison Pour Tous Léo Lagrange, the Coalition of SEGA youth organizations of Prilep, North Macedonia organized a training for youth trainers which was held from February 9th to 12th, 2020 in Struga, North Macedonia.

The training, which brought together around fifteen participants from Macedonian civil society and created a space for sharing experiences, was planned to be based on innovative and interactive methods. Thus, the decision of the association Maison pour tous Léo Lagrange of Cherbourg-en-Cotentin, Normandy to send two experienced trainers to supervise it, Bérénice and Arno, respectively specialists in formal and informal education.

This moment of learning and exchange aimed at setting up and animating Youth Exchange meetings intended to welcome young people from abroad and have them share their experiences to promote interculturality.

The methods, exercises and other tools offered during the training allowed the participants to learn the role of facilitator: at the crossroads of mediation and informal pedagogy, this function constitutes a key role in the supervision of Youth Exchange sessions.

This activity was implemented within the framework of decentralized cooperation between Norman and Macedonian actors.