YPAN is active from local to international levels. At the national level members are running different projects linked to human rights and peacebuilding aiming to raise awareness on human rights, its violations, instruments, and mechanisms of its protection.

Various human rights issues have been addressed in the local initiatives, such as recovering from armed conflict, discrimination and social exclusion, human rights violations of Roma communities, nationalism and xenophobia, hate speech, intercultural dialogue, minorities’ rights and violence against women.

At the international level we are organizing educational activities, these have included:

 

TRAININGS

PEACE BLUEPRINT

A guideline into peace entrepreneurship

23–29 Februrary 2020, Rascafria,  Spain

 

 

BRIDGES OF PEACE

participants coming from various backgrounds in Kosovo to explore common understanding of peace-building and their role in it

1–5 November 2019, Leposavic,  Kosovo

 

 

CONFLICT MAPPING

A proactive approach to the resolution and prevention techniques of conflicts within the Human Rights doctrine

7–11 October 2019, Cercedilla, Spain

 

 

NON-VIOLENCE IN PEACE EDUCATION

Training for trainers in peace education

7–14 July, Setubal, Portugal

 

 

STORIES FOR PEACE

training course empowering young people to act in the field of communication by developing competences in storytelling and peace journalism

27 May – 4 June 2019, Cercedilla, Spain

 

 

RESPECT DIVERSITY, LIVING PEACEFULLY

training course equipping young people from Serbin and Albanian communities with skills and competences in peace-building and conflict transformation

7-12 March 2019Leposavic and Gracanica, Kosovo

 

 

TEACH PEACE

A Training for Trainers on Peace Education

3-11 February 2019Limassol, Cyprus 

LOVE SPEACH IS BEUTIFUL

training course on combating hate speech

11-17 December 2018San Lorenzo, Spain

STUDY SESSIONS

CULTURE OF PEACE 

countering violent radicalization

23rd – 30th June 2019, Budapest, Hungary

YOUTH FOR PEACEFUL EUROPE

strengthen the culture of peace in Europe

18 – 25 March, 2018, Budapest, Hungary

SEMINARS

  •  ‘Let’s make it home’ inclusion of IDPs/Refugees in Hosting Communities

  •  ‘Peace building through a gender lens’ gender sensitive approach in the peace building activities

ONLINE ACTIONS

  • ‘Solidarity with Turkey’ peaceful protests – Gezi

  • Peace is… video campaign on the meaning of peace

  • ‘Northern Ireland children involved in the conflict’

  • ‘Peace Day’ who will you make peace with today?