The Alliance implements in 2020 its third LTTC edition. LTTC 2020 is made possible thanks to a workplan grant, awarded to the Alliance by the European Youth Fundation. 20 participants from 14 Alliance members based in 12 different countries, are involved in the training cycle, coordinated by an international team of 3 trainers and 1 reporter.
LTTC purpose is to develop facilitators’ competences in design, implementation and evaluation of NFE activities in order to improve the quality of Alliance events on every level of the network by establishing high quality standards. It is expected that the LTTC will provide members of the Alliance with well-prepared trainers, who in turn will be able to train the campleaders involved in the IVS workcamp season.
The thematic focus of LTTC 2020 is specifically focused on IVS values: how to relate them to workcamps and how to empower campleaders to reflect these values, aiming at social inclusion, gender equality & fight against sexism/gender-based discrimination, environmental sustainability, intercultural dialogue, promotion of peace and human rights.LTTC 2020 consists in 3 residential seminars: