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The E-Learning Training Platform provides a comprehensive series of E-Learning Training Modules developed during the project, proposing innovative policies, strategies and practices to combat sexual violence through youth work. All modules utilize non-formal learning tools and are created based on primary prevention approaches covering information sharing, awareness raising, learning, education, training, networking and cooperation.

The Modules are divided into Part A: Youth Organizations and Part B:Individuals. Each Part is composed by 3 thematic categories, each containing 7 E-learning training modules on related subjects.

Training ​Modules

The modules under Part A: Youth Organizations concentrate on subjects of promoting and enhancing the capacity building of NGOs, including structural and operational procedures, considered necessary to adopt, plan and apply sexual violence prevention strategies, policies and actions, strengthening also the quality of their youth work provided.​

The modules under Part B: Individuals concentrate on subjects enhancing practical knowledge, awareness of youth professionals or volunteers on sexual violence prevention tools and practices and on developing skills, competences and abilities on implementing innovative prevention sexual violence programs, strengthening also the quality of services provided to youth.

Modules include curricula and accompanied audio-visual material.

The curricula and most of the audiovisual material, represent authentic, original non-formal methods and tools, and material developed by expert trainers in youth work and  sexual violence prevention issues. Information and knowledge shared through the modules are based on universally acknowledged academic and other work developed by scientists. Bibliography is included under each module and at the end of the Training Course.


Target Groups

The E-Learning Platform is addressed to adults 18+ targeting directly: 

a) NGO Board Members, Directors, Managers

b) NGO staff, researchers, practitioners, experts, specialists

c) Youth leaders/workers/ volunteers coaches, mentors, coordinators

d) Active volunteers of NGOs, providing support and assistance in youth initiatives.

e) Young people, especially those with fewer opportunities, facing social or financial obstacles, disabled, refugees,migrants,unemployed and others ,benefiting directly from youth initiatives, including those who have experienced sexual violence

f) Public authority stakeholders, government officials, policy makers involved in the youth sector

g) Educators or educational experts 



1. Ifigenia Katchie, Social Policy and Action Organization, Cyprus 

2. Yannis Kourtis, United Societies of Balkans, Greece

3. Jose Maria Imbert, Association Building Bridges, Spain

4. Claudia Costa García, Association Building Bridges, Spain

5. Agnieszka Zawislak, HOPP, Poland

6. Martyna Jaros, HOPP, Poland

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