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Asia-Europe Training For Trainers

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13 Oct 03 - 20 Oct 03 Asia-Europe Foundation Education Department Asia-Europe Youth Training Education

Seoul (Korea)


Some 30 work camp leaders from youth organisations across Asia and Europe engaged actively in discussions during this week-long seminar, exchanging ideas and solutions that would prove useful in future youth training programmes. Participants also had the opportunity to appreciate Korean traditional art performances at Jeongdong Theatre, followed by a guided tour to the Gyeongbok Palace.

This course aimed to strengthen institutional links among youth organisations in Asia and Europe. The overall focus of the seminar was to facilitate the sharing of experiences, resources, and ideas on training, as well as the compilation of information on different organisations. More broadly, it sought to build a pool of experienced trainers for future activities to enhance mutual exchanges between Asia and Europe.


  • International Workcamp Organisation (IWO) Korea
  • Alliance of European Voluntary Service Organisations
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