Practical experience with Cooperation projects using virtual
Physical activities in the natural setting of Extremadura that
will be particularly related to activities, which workers have to
be prepared for, especially if they are going to work in rural
and/or natural areas.
ACCOMMODATION.- Youth Hostel ґSanta Marнa de Guadalupeґ -
VALENCIA DE ALCANTARA (Cбceres).
Open, participative talks and discussions by International
Talks by expert speakers from countries in the South, as a way of
showing theoretical knowledge built on practical experience
Drama, role-play and situational games to build social skills for
the future worker in daily living situations in countries in the
Practice with virtual cooperation scenarios.
Practical exercises, continuous assessment and self-assessment.
Promoting solidarity through teamwork.
Physical activities focused on basic knowledge of the exercise to
be carried out by participants in the rural or natural setting.
ORGANISATION OF ACTIVITIES / SCHEDULE
The following activities will be organised:
Participative talks/discussions given by experts/trainers from
countries in the North on different International Cooperation
subjects (see specific objectives).
The objective of this work camp is to train young persons in the
field of International Cooperation, giving young professional
workers from the South a voice that is often neglected.
Therefore, five professional workers from the cooperation will
come from the South to be teachers on this work camp, giving
participative talks on specific subjects that they are
Professional workers from the North and South will bring their
knowledge together in the form of drama, role-play and
situational games to prepare participants to build social skills
for the future worker in daily living situations in different
surroundings and with beneficiaries.
A video forum will be set up, and research will be done using the
Participants will form teams to draw up Development Cooperation
projects using a Logical Framework Approach. To do this, they
will be given virtual Cooperation scenarios so that they can
design projects to adapt to those situations.
Some of the biggest problems of workers from the North who travel
to the South lie in the difficulties they encounter in a physical
setting which they are not physically prepared for. They do not
know the techniques that can help them to adapt to rural and
natural settings which are common to cooperation work and can be