Rosaliya Kasamska, an Expert at Law and Internet Foundation, participated in the internationally recognised training course “Give Power and Help – Self-identity in Youth Work and Projects”.

The training course is co-organised by the Akademickie Centrum Informacji i Edukacji Europejskiej (Poland), in collaboration with Asociatia Eurodemos (Romania), Asociatia pentru Promovarea Egalitatii intre Tineri (Romania), Citta Di Torino (Italy), Destination Razlog (Bulgaria), Associação Intercultural Para Todos (Portugal), International Initiatives for Cooperation (Bulgaria), Be PART (Greece), We Go Project (Lithuania), and Visku pagasta jauniesu biedriba ''VJCS'' (Latvia).

25 youth workers from 8 different countries participated in the training course that took place in between 04th and 12th May 2017 in Zakopane, Poland. The aim was raising youth workers' awareness concerning realisation of various types of project initiatives.

Despite raising youth workers' qualifications and their personal development the training course was aimed at promoting intercultural dialogue. Due to the mutual cooperation, a stable and reliable contact network was established, which enabled the participants to promote good relations and grounds for successful future partnerships.

The training course was implemented under the framework of a project funded by European Commissions’ Programme Erasmus+ within Key Action 1: Mobility of Individuals.