This course is designed to ease participants through a policy development process. At the end of day one participants will have developed an intercultural policy template for their own organisation. This will include understanding the purpose and need for developing an intercultural policy. This involves looking at your organisation’s ethos and values, the demographic make-up of your local community and national equality legislation. It will also include interactive sessions on tackling racism and discrimination. The second day will guide participants through the development of an implementation plan. This will include examining organisational practice, identifying challenges and planning for change within a youth work setting.
- Understanding the purpose of policy development
- Exploring different policy models and choosing appropriate models for development
- Fitting organisational practices to policy templates and exploring challenges to change
- Assessing current practice
- Planning for change
This course will suit volunteers or staff of youth organisations and others that work with young people in out of school settings. It is designed especially for anyone involved in planning, evaluation and programme development.
Numbers: The minimum number of participants is 10 and the maximum is 22.
Course fee for 2 days: approximately €400 for member organisations and €800 for non member organisations. Please contact us to discuss.
For further details contact 01-4784122