Denmark, Faxe

Fighting with the Poor

when 10 August 2015 - 1 August 2017
duration 104 weeks
credits 9.9 ECTS
fee EUR 1350

TThe Fighting with The Poor, 24 month program offers unique opportunities to face some of the necessities of our times, with action and solidarity with the people of our world. Our programs contain the training of essential life skills, not only for development work in different parts of the world, but also for living a meaningful life in the 21st century.

It is about ensuring the experiences you gain have a lasting impact on the people whose lives you touch.
It is about creating peace and development between people by being honest, open and incorruptible.
It is about deciding to learn new things, being constantly curious and interested in knowing the latest on current events, world politics and scientific progress.

It is essentially about working on common ground together, helping to secure the ability of others to be productive in society. Coming together with many like-minded people can make the above a reality.

Course leader

Gert Tjoelker, Tina Whittington

Target group

People from 18 to 55 who want to learn about Poverty issues and alternative pedagogical methods

Course aim

To train development instructors who are able to work in educational and development projects in Africa, India and anywhere in the world. To show diverse global issues and reasons for poverty. To enable participants with strong pedagogical experience, skills of team work, organizing skills and good theoretical knowledge of global subjects.

Fee info

EUR 1350: There is just an enrollment fee for the whole 2 years of the programs. All the rest expenses for accommodation, food, program, travel to Africa and India participants can earn during their work at the schools as part of their pedagogical experience.

Scholarships

There is just an enrollment fee for the whole 2 years of the programs. All the rest expenses for accommodation, food, program, travel to Africa and India participants can earn during their work at the schools as part of their pedagogical experience.