eLearning Platform

The Kiosk is a platform for connection, communication, collaboration and learning for facilitators and trainers using the Learning to Live Together Programme.

The long-term goal of this platform is to create a self-sustaining community of practice around the implementation of Ethics Education programs. The Kiosk is an attractive, simple and intuitive online space; it is self-sustaining and contributes to the transfer of knowledge between facilitators by diversifying their sources of information and by validating their experience.

Facilitators and trainers can use The Kiosk to share information about their projects and resources, engage in discussions and ask for support and feedback from colleagues around the world. It also provides technical guidance to implement the Learning to Live Together Programme through online tools such as simulations, program design activities, reflection spaces, webinars, and online courses to strengthen facilitators' knowledge and skills to better implement the programme in a variety of settings.

This initiative is part of a strategy to provide additional training support to facilitators and to develop a Knowledge Hub on Ethics Education for Children. 

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Online Courses

Arigatou International Geneva is conducting a series of online courses for facilitators who have gone through a Facilitator Training Workshop on the Learning to Live Together Programme. The series of courses aims to strengthen knowledge and facilitation skills and to equip participants with new tools to become better facilitators of ethics education.

February 2018

Strengthening Child and Youth-led Collective Action

Throughout the course and through the interaction with others, participants will reflect on their role as educators and the competencies needed to help creating spaces and opportunities for children to initiate and sustain collective actions.

During this course, participants will:

  • Familiarise themselves with the concept and examples of children and youth-led collective actions in a variety of contexts, and different types of tools to support them;
  • Identify why and how children and youth collective actions can support the development of citizenship competencies;
  • Analyse the Convention on the Rights of Child as a framework to enhance children’s participation;
  • Design a context-sensitive strategy to support and strengthen children and youth-led actions using the knowledge and tools acquired in the course.


Celina Del FeliceDr. Celina del Felice

Peace Educator and Researcher

Dr. Celina Del Felice is a Peace Educator and Researcher from Argentina currently based in Spain. Her areas of work are intercultural, human rights and peace education, youth participation in peacebuilding processes and transnational activism around global justice issues. She works as a trainer and as a consultant, developing educational resources, online courses and conducting programme evaluations.

Recently, she co-edited the Manual “WE CAN! Taking action against hate speech through counter and alternative narratives for the Council of Europe's No Hate Youth Campaign.

Ana ZMs. Ana Žnidarec Čučković

Educator and Mediator

Ms. Ana Žnidarec is a teacher trainer and lecturer at the University of Kinesiology in Zagreb, Croatia on Pedagogy and Didactics. She offers lectures and seminars on teaching methodology, intercultural communication, mediation and cooperative learning. She has also worked as a researcher, resource developer, and trainer in the Pestalozzi Programme of the Council of Europe and various Erasmus and national projects.

Ana is a licensed mediator and an active member of the National Team for Crisis and Trauma Intervention. She has worked with several NGOs as a trainer, researcher, moderator, facilitator, and volunteer. Ana has more than 10 years of professional experience in school education and research, and regularly publishes articles in books in scientific journals.

A major part of her professional development was dedicated to ethics education. She is a Facilitator and Trainer of the Learning to Love Together Programme. She is, as well, the regional coordinator for the GNRC.

Her experience with child participation, supporting children and youth-led projects, has been gathered through her participation in international projects like ”Start the change” and V2S.

SuchithMr. Suchith Abeyewickreme

Ethics Education Trainer

Mr. Abeyewickreme is in charge of the promotion, dissemination, training and general implementation of the ethics education programme in the Asian region. Previous to his engagement with Arigatou International he was part of a Community Solutions Program Fellowship with the United States Department of State, where he worked with Search for Common Ground on conflict resolution and peacebuilding for four months in Washington D.C.

From 2009 to 2012 he was the GNRC South Asia Program Manager. Prior to his engagement with GNRC, Mr. Abeyewickreme worked for seven years with AIESEC, where he held several national and regional leadership positions. He is an official Trainer of the Learning to Live Together Programme, and is pursuing post-graduate studies in Conflict Transformation and Peace.

Apply here by 12 February: https://goo.gl/nvfWcH




Keywords: elearning