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Global Youth Work, A Practitioners Guide to the Global.

St Margaret's Centre and Playing FIelds

Tuesday, April 26, 2011 from 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM (BST)

Global Youth Work, A Practitioners Guide to the Global.

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Local Authority Ended £90.00 £3.64
Non-member. Ended £75.00 £3.12
DEP member Ended £45.00 £2.07
Voluntary Sector Ended £30.00 £1.54
Local Authority Early Bird Ended £72.00 £3.01
Non member early bird Ended £60.00 £2.59
DEP member early bird Ended £36.00 £1.75
Voluntary Early Bird Ended £24.00 £1.33

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Event Details

Training/Event title

Global Youth Work

DEP Lead and contact

Claire Cowell OR 0161 921 8020


To provide an introduction to global youth work

To enable practitioners to develop their understanding of local to global issues and how to engage young people in global youth work. 

Target Group

Youth and community workers and other informal educators

Course Content

Global youth work uses informal education to help young people explore the links between their lives and the lives of young people across the world.

The course will focus on participatory methods to engage young people in exploring global issues, challanging attitudes and perception and understanding their role at a local level on global impacts.

Learning Methods

Presentation, Case studies, group work,

Learning Outcomes

Have an awareness and understanding of the Development education aim to, raise awareness and understanding of how global issues affect the everyday lives of individuals, communities and societies

Understand the context to global youth work in relation to the local issues faced by young people

Curriculum areas

Transforming youth work, curriculum.

  • Promote the social, moral, cultural, emotional and physical development of young people
  • Encourage young people’s preparation for the responsibilities, opportunities and expectations of adulthood and citizenship’. (DfES 2002: 8)

Cross curricular links

Young Peoples Pledge…

A set of programmes, related to core youth work values and principles, based on a curriculum framework which supports young people’s development in citizenship, the arts, drama, music, sport, international experience and personal and social development, including through residential experiences and peer education

Mechanisms for ensuring that their voice is heard, perhaps (though not exclusively) through a youth council or youth forum for each locality, with the intention of supporting youth engagement in local democracy in a wide range of ways.

Course Length

Full day

Course Capacity


Cost DEP Members


Cost non- members


Cost Voluntary sector


Cost Local Authority


Other information

Cost includes FREE Global Youth Work resources.

Course date, time, Venue

MMU Didsbury Campus




Wilmslow Road, Didsbury, Manchester, M20 2RR

Booking/Registration information

Early Booking discount March 

Bookings made before 23rd March get 20% reduction

Have questions about Global Youth Work, A Practitioners Guide to the Global.? Contact St Margaret's Centre and Playing FIelds

When & Where

St Margaret's Centre
Brantingham Rd, Chorlton-cum-Hardy
M21 0TT, UK Manchester
United Kingdom

Tuesday, April 26, 2011 from 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM (BST)

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 Where we are

Striving through education to develop alternatives to conflict and injustice...promoting the well being of individual and communities...We have many faiths but only one world in which to co-exist

St Margarets Centre was originally purchased as a piece of land by the wife of St Margarets Vicar in the late 1800's to 'beneift the children of the parish' of St Margarets. Since its early days the Trustees and parish members worked hard to deliver the vision and provide support where it's most needed.

We provide a space for people to come together and share learning experiences that enhance and empower their daily lives.                                                              

We offer the following programmes in Manchester:

  • Schools Programme: 
  • Community Programme: 
  • Projects: 
  • Love Learning Programme: 
  • One World programme: One World bookshop stocking books on various awareness campaigns such as fair trade, child labour and environmental issues affecting developing countries. 


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