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CURRICULUM VITAE VAN ANN DANIELS

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     CV Ann Daniëls

    CURRICULUM VITAE ANN DANIELS

1. Personal information

Name: Ann Amy Daniëls

    Address: Italiëlei 195 bus 1

     2000 Antwerpen

    Mobile: 0032 472 477 878

    Date of birth: 17 January 1977

    Place of birth: Leuven

    Nationality: Belgian

    Marital status: single

2. Education

? Formal

? Master Strategic Human Resource Management 2005 - today

    Open University The Netherlands study centre Antwerp

    ? Master in Cultures and Development Studies 2000-2001 Catholic University Leuven

    Final Research Paper: The right to be different in Belgian development Cooperation. How

    culture sensitive are Flemish Non Governmental Organisations? Promotor: Professor Dr. Filip De Boeck

? Master in Political Sciences 1996-2000

    Catholic University Leuven

    Thesis: Role and place of Non governmental Organisations in Belgian and European

    development cooperation. Independent partners or instruments of the government?

    Promoter: Professor Dr. Patrick Develtere

? Non Formal

? Training of Trainers in Human Rights Education March June 2009

    Council of Europe European Youth Centre Budapest

3. Professional experience

    ? Trainstorm, Training and coaching company in international youth work January 2007 today

    ; Owner/Free lance trainer in international youth projects

    ; Specialisation: EVS training, conflict resolution/handling and training of trainers

    ; Publication of the training kit on conflict resolution with theories and methods for

    trainers on conflict resolution

    ; Member of the trainers pool of the Dutch and Flemish National Agency for Youth in

    Action

? Youth Network for Peace, Euromed network working on Peace and conflict handling

    August 2005 today

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    ; Voluntary coordinator (read devil does all) on the international level

    ; Trainer in and co-organiser of different trainings, a seminar and in the ‘Give your

    piece of peace’ peace campaign

    ;

    ? JINT, the Flemish National Agency for Youth/Youth in Action

    May 2006 December 2007

    ; Staff member EVS and partner region cooperation, from 1/1/2007 till 1/7/2007 also

    Youth Democracy projects

    ; Organiser and facilitator of 3 midterm weekends

    ; Organiser of Get Involved?, seminar on participation and youth democracy pojects

; Pax Christi Vlaanderen

    September 2001 28/02/2005

     Manager peace formation division: coordination of the division where all tasks concerning peace education and special interest groups were concentrated

    ; Formation of youth section U Move 4 Peace (Youth Movement for Peace) with overall

    theme ‘Youngsters from conflict areas’ and the organisation of exchanges with young

    people from Northern Ireland, Kosovo and Bosnia.

    ; Development educational publications for the Flemish schools about the themes of

    the Flemish Peace Week, development of educational kit for Kosovo

    ; Coordination annual campaign Flemish Peace week, the campaign of all Flemish

    peace organisation

    ; Development of a section gender and peace within Pax Christi Vlaanderen

    ; Support of the local groups of Pax Christi Vlaanderen

4. Training experience

?Three most recent training experiences (European group and team)

    ? Making Waves, Dissemination and Exploitation of the results of your youth in action project results Dutch National Agency for Youth in Action

    5 till 9 June 2009 Egmond aan Zee, the Netherlands - 5 days

* Aims:

    - to raise awareness about the possibilities to increase your impact and that increased

    impact can be fun!

    - to give a practical meaning to visibility, dissemination and exploitation of results

    - to develop the skills and attitude needed to increase the participants’ impact

    - to share examples and experiences with each other

    - to create strategies for the participants own organization/project (practical plan to

    take home)

    * Target group: youth workers from all over Europe who want to increase their visibility and DEOR (= Dissemination and Exploitation of results)

*Methods used: group building, sessions on the meaning of visibility and DEOR, discover

    successes from the past, dream about the future, share and develop new ideas for visibility and DEOR, design/development of an action plan, youthpass as a tool for DEOR etc. The underlying methodology of this TC was the appreciative inquiry.

* My responsibilities: Trainer in a team of 2, sessions on group building, meaning of visibility

    and DEOR, museum of good ideas and examples, brainstorming, youthpass and the development of action plans.

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* Outcomes:

    - Better understanding of the practical meaning of visibility, dissemination and

    exploitation of results

    - Shared examples and experience among the participants

    - Developed DEOR strategies and action plans for the participants organisations

* Referee: Femke Gordijn (co-trainer), info@inneraction.nl

?‘EVS Odyssey in Euromed’ – SALTO EUROMED

    25 till 30 October 2008 Aix en provence, France - 3 working days

* Aims:

    - To create a platform of cooperation between NGO's from both sides of Mediterranean - To introduce EVS as an educational tools for mutual understanding and cooperation in a Euromed context

    * Methods used: team building, world café, theoretical input on Youth in Action, EVS and Euromed cooperation, Youthpass session, partner building and project development etc

    * Target group: representatives from 17 countries around Europe and mediterranean area (Maghreb and Middle East)

    * My responsibilities: junior trainer in a team of 2 taking care of getting to know each other, introduction to non formal learning/education, informative workshops on EVS, contact making activities, development of projects etc

* Outcomes:

    - EVS cooperation between the participants and their NGO’s

    - better understanding of what EVS is and how it can contribute to strong Euromed partnerships

*Referee: Sylvain Abrial or Bernard Abrigiani through SALTO Euromed

?Training of trainers of Young European Citizens AEGEE Academy

    21 till 29 August 2008 Sinaia, Romania 9 days

* Aims:

    - To enable the participants to competently and confidently plan, run and evaluate

    international training courses

    - Develop the capacity and commitment of the participants to address different learning

    styles and backgrounds in training, without discrimination;

    - To increase awareness of the benefits of trainings within youth organisations and in

    European youth work in general

    - Create a good understanding of the intertwining of knowledge, skills and attitudes in

    youth work and learning;

    - To familiarize participants with the variety of training and learning concepts in non-

    formal education contexts and become aware of the specifics of training in their

    sending organization and;

    - To enable participants to become aware of the specifics of training in their sending

    organisation and identify the points of improvement of these training systems;

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    - To provide space for the personal growth of participants as future trainers and

    support them in assessing and addressing their personal needs for their further

    development as trainers;

* Target group:young people and youth workers from all over Europe active or willing to be

    active as a trainer in AEGEE

*Methods used: group building games, workshops on learning styles, conflict resolution, non

    verbal communication and body language, evaluation and future development as a beginning trainer. I used methods like games, learning by doing, debriefing etc.

    * My responsibilities: group building, sessions on learning styles, conflict resolution, non verbal communication and body language, evaluation and future development as a beginning trainer, daily evaluation and the guidance of the Youthpass process.

* Outcomes:

    - Skills toplan, run and evaluate international training courses

    - the capacity and commitment of the participants to address different learning styles

    - a good understanding of the intertwining of knowledge, skills and attitudes in youth

    work and learning

    - insight in the variety of training and learning concepts in non-formal education

    contexts

    - personal growth of participants as future trainers

* Referee: Julia Hoffman (organiser from AEGEE Academy),

    jules.hoffmann@googlemail.com

? Examples of conflict related training (different regions)

? Conflict Handling Training – AEGEE Europe

    18 till 25 May 2008 Passau, Germany 6,5 days

* Aims:

    - to educate the participants to take over a moderating role in the solution process of ethnic, cultural or religious conflicts

    - to increase the capacity of youth organisations to engage with issues of global solidarity and the peaceful transformation of conflicts

    - to promote intercultural and inter-religious dialogue among young people - to empower young people in the field of conflict prevention, conflict management and dialogue

    - Give young people skills in mediation and conflict management

    * Target group: young people and youth workers from all over Europe, Balkans and EECA interested in conflict resolution skills

    * Methods used: icebreakers, team building, workshops on non formal education and youthpass, stereotypes, conflict analysis and styles, negotiation and conflict resolution using case studies, role play and simulation, debriefing, etc.

    * My responsibilities: team building, sessions on non formal education and youthpass, conflict analysis on interstate level, personal conflict style, stereotypes, negotiation, open space technology and guidance of the youthpass process

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    * Outcomes:

    - introduction in non formal education and methods

    - better understanding of personal conflict style and ways of dealing with conflicts - mediation and negotiation skills for simple conflict

* Referee: Basak Tuzun (co-trainer), basaktuz@hotmail.com

? Youth Energy for Peace Con-young-tion

    12 till 20 August 2007 Ransdaal, The Netherlands 9 days

* Aims:

    Living in a globalised context the participants will be able to:

    - Practice active citizenship in a spirit of non-violence, mutual respect and in that way contribute to the development of civil society in their community;

    - Become examples of active citizens for other youngsters

    - Actually implement high quality projects within Youth in Action

    * Target group: young people and youth workers from The Netherlands, Belgium, Israel (Palestinians within Israel and Israeli’s) and the Palestinian territory

    * Methods used: ice breaker, team building, workshops on intercultural communication, conflict styles, project management, Youth in action possibilities and follow up projects

    * My responsibilities: team building, general well being of the group, sessions on conflict styles, possibilities of Youth in Action, follow up and daily reflection.

* Outcomes:

    - better understanding between the Israeli’s and Palestinians

    - better understanding of the Dutch and Belgians for the situation in Israel and the Palestinian territory

    - improved skills to set up and implement a Youth in Action project and local initiatives - willingness to continue dialogue and contact between the involved groups and to set up follow up projects (locally and internationally)

* Referee: Emilie Van Laer (organiser), emilievanlaer@yahoo.fr

? Mediation training and conflict management seminar

    15 till 21 April 2007 Zielona Gora, Poland 6 days

    * Aims:

    - to educate the participants to take over a moderating role in the solution process of ethnic, cultural or religious conflicts

    - to increase the capacity of youth organisations to engage with issues of global solidarity and the peaceful transformation of conflicts

    - to promote intercultural and inter-religious dialogue among young people - to empower young people in the field of conflict prevention, conflict management and dialogue

    - Give young people skills in mediation and conflict management

    * Target group: young people and youth workers from Council of Europe countries with a focus on Balkan and EECA interested in conflict resolution skills

    * Methods used: icebreakers, team building, workshops on non formal education, stereotypes, conflict styles, ways to handle conflict, mediation, negotiation and conflict resolution.

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    * My responsibilities: one of the four trainers, mainly there to work on team building, non formal education, stereotypes, conflict styles and conflict management

* Outcomes:

    - introduction in non formal education and methods

    - better understanding of personal conflict style and ways of dealing with conflicts - mediation and negotiation skills for simple conflict

    * Referee: Julia Hoffman (organiser), jules.hoffmann@googlemail.com

Example of a Youth Network for Peace training: Give your piece of peace training

     of multipliers of peace

    2 till 8 December 2006 Cardiff, UK 6 days

* Aims:

    - forming youth worker from 12 different Euromed youth and peace organisation on the principles and basics of peace campaigning

    - trying out the new skills by giving workshops in schools and organising action in the Welsh Assembly

    - developing campaign actions plan and corresponding personal action plans - giving a basic introduction in conflict styles, conflict management and peace campaigning

    *Target group: youth leaders and youngsters from Algeria, Belgium, Egypt, France, Greece, Israël, Jordan, Lebanon, Northern Ireland, Palestine, Poland, Turkey and Wales

    * Methods used: icebreakers, team building games, workshops on how to set up a peace campaign, try out sessions in schools and the Welsh Assembly, meetings and discussions with MEP and local peace activists, session on developing actions plans (for the campaign and personal), evaluation techniques (including the use of Youthpass).

* My responsibilities: co-organiser and trainer in a team of two

* Outcomes:

    - new skills of the participants

    - action plans for the peace campaign and individual

    - individual youthpasses

* Referee: Simona Molari (co-trainer), simona@cataclisma.it

5. Language skills

Language Understanding Speaking Writing

    Dutch fluent Fluent Fluent

    (mother

    tongue)

    French Very good Average Average

    English Very good Fluent Very good

    Spanish Basic knowledge Basic knowledge Basic knowledge

    Arabic Learning Learning Learning

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