URI Europe representative at International Train the Trainers workshop in France


Arigatou International Geneva organised second International Train the Trainers workshop on how to organise, conduct, and monitor and evaluate quality training workshops on the use of the Learning to Live Together (LTLT), an Intercultural and Interfaith Programme for Ethics Education.

This workshop brings together 27 participants coming from 18 countries.




Training was held in Menthon-Saint-Bernard, France from 9 th till 13 th of April. URI Europe CC Liaison officer Lejla Hasandedic – Dapo took part in this training.

This training was great opportunity for networking and learning new skills about using and conducting LTLT training.



Vaines Winnes Mbaga (Tanzania), Akim Said M’Changama (Comoros), Lejla Hasandedic - Dapo (Bosnia and Herzegovina/Turkey), Saydoon Nisa Sayed (South Africa) and Dabee Rajendrakumar (Mauritius)



At the end of the training participants learned how to: Integrate the Ethics Education Framework when designing Basic Training workshops for facilitators; Apply adult learning principles when designing and delivering Basic Training workshops; Use techniques to facilitate dialogues and educational processes that foster interfaith and intercultural learning; Introduce monitoring and evaluation tools during the Basic Training workshops; Strengthen awareness about themselves as trainers, strengthening their ethical reflections, resilience and self-care.


If you want to learn more about Ethic Education and LTLT programme please click here.

If you are interested to organize Basic LTLT training in your CC or organization please contact Lejla Hasandedic - Dapo via e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.