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What to bring with you

ü Proof of all the travel expenses and visa costs you wish to reclaim. If you come by plane, please be sure to bring evidence of the sum actually paid (invoice, copy of credit card slipand boarding pass, Electronic tickets will only be considered as acceptable on proof of payment (invoice) and on presentation of the boarding pass for the outward journey). Please keep in mind the travel rules of the Council of Europe. If you come by train, please do not forget to buy a return ticket.

ü Your or your organisation’s bank account details (address of the bank, IBAN number) for the reimbursement of your travel expenses if you wish your travel to be reimbursed by bank transfer.

ü Information as mentioned above concerning your organisation and all material mentioned in the preparing for the contents of the training course

ü Information and materials on good practice you are aware of or involved in regarding peace-building

ü A newspaper article about Human rights situation in your community;

ü A photo about conflict in your community;

ü An object that represents and/or brings peace to you;

ü “Standard training equipment”: An alarm clock, any dictionaries you might require, music CDs and MP3, musical instruments, comfortable clothes, etc.

ü Snacks and drinks for the evenings and breaks and the Coffee Breaks (see information above)

ü Optional: Although the European Youth Centre Budapest has some computers with internet access you might still consider to bring along your notebook in case you have one. A wireless LAN is available in the centre.

ü Optional: Swimming suit for the inhouse sauna or for exploring the famous Budapest thermal baths.


Working, sleeping and eating

The seminar will be held at the European Youth Centre Budapest (EYCB), where everyone will also be lodged. This is the address of the EYCB: Zivatar u. 1-3, Budapest 1024, Hungary.

You can find the information on how to get to the EYCB here:


If you have any special requirements, besides the ones that you already expressed in your application form, please inform us well before the course.

If you want to know more about the centre, please visit our website:




Summer can be very hot and dry in Hungary. It was in the previous couple of years. Daily temperature can go well over 30°C (86°F), especially in July and August. However, sudden shower can occur anytime, so don’t forget an umbrella or raincoat.

You can check a weather forecast here:



The trainers in the training seminar

The training seminar has been prepared and will be implemented by the following trainers: Vojslava Tomic, Tatevik Margaryan, Diego Marin Romera and Ruxandra Pandea.




The course secretariat is responsible for the technical administration of the training course. Please address all your practical questions, as well as your confirmation or cancellation to Zsuzsanna Molnar at: zsuzsanna.molnar@coe.int.


Have a nice journey!

Date: 2015-12-17; view: 1515

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