Beneficiaries Description: Project has three levels of beneficiaries: Children attending the camps; participants of the Workshop/TOT training (university students and camp staff working with children) and the camps. The ultimate beneficiaries of the project are 1300 children present in the camps during project implementation, who all will directly experience the Play It Fair! Toolkit games and the camps’ atmosphere. However, there are also intermediary beneficiaries in the project: the 21 university students and 3 camp staff, who will also function as human rights educators and facilitators.
Project Area: Yerevan
Project Goal: to foster to build a ‘culture of human rights’ among Armenian children and youth.
- To strengthen capacities of 21 university students and 3 camp staff/leaders to deliver non-formal human rights education via Play It Fair! Program aimed at children.
- To develop a deeper understanding of human rights values among 6-12 aged children and teach new skills developing their attitudes and behaviour through non-formal human rights education in the form of games and interactive activities.
- Identify strategies to integrate themes of inclusion, non-discrimination, human rights and conflict resolution into the non-formal education programs of JMF.
- Share lessons learned from the project with participants of other JMF programs in order to facilitate the development of strategies in non-formal human rights education.
|Start Date:||May 1, 2013|
|End Date:||November 30, 2013|
|Coordinator / Responsible Person:||Ruben Krrikyan, Anahit Galikyan|
|Donor Organization:||Counterpart International Armenia|
|Project Cost by Donor Organization:||AMD: 4,161,450 USD: 10,275|
|Partner Organization:||Equitas, Canada|
|Project Cost by Partner Organization:||AMD: - USD: -|
|Project Cost by JMF:||AMD: 4,996,750 USD: 12,337|