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Mentorprogram in Bag dr. Emőke Both Leader of BAGázs Association
Content Environment The goals The target group Mentors Mentees Training Mentoring Difficulties Results Film about the project
The environment of the project 40 km from Budapest Around 400 romas in the settlement Main problems: Unemployment rate Crime drug addiction Life conditions
Our Goals Indirect goals: Crime reducing Increasing young people responsibility Direct goal: Mentors support young people at risk
The target group of the program Peer mentor – live in Bag Committied crime Hasn’t commited crime Non-peer mentor Don’t live in Bag, studying at university
Mentees Children at risk (crime and drug) Children are not at risk - prementors
The training Mix group Experimental learning method and role plays 10 peer mentors and 7 non-peer mentors
Mentoring 8 peer mentors and 7 non-peer mentors Meeting every week during 6 mounths Supervision for the work
Difficulties The probation office did not accept the program Mentors personal problems Lack of social skills Lack of capacity
Results From the 17 trained mentors remaind 11 Inhabitants welcome and accept this project Improving social skills Good relationship between peer an non- peer mentors and mentors and mentees
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