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What we achieved in the 2012/13 academic year

We in DIA strongly believe that before starting something new - a new initiative or a new academic year - it is worth looking back to see what was achieved. To this end we created a short summary about the last 12 months. Although we all knew  that we've spent a meaningful year with plenty of challenges and achievements, the outcomes surprised us. If you wish to know how many training days we've had, how many people participated in our programs, or how much our staff travelled, take a look at our graphic report.

DEMO: a unique learning opportunity

We have some great news to share: 13 Hungarian NGO’s will be participating in a long-term cooperation (27 months) and ’learning from each other’ in an organizational development  and advocacy process brought to life by DIA.

Schools loud of debate

10 schools, 170 educators, 40 days of debate, 1200 students – the participants of the Have your say! Program. There will be no shortage of exciting debates in schools in the coming academic year.

DiN in Hungary – continues in September 2013!

“I’m angry with you.” – said one of the participants of our last DiN training session. “Since I started to attend your training, I don’t like others’ your’s being so good.” – Well, it’s quite rewarding to get such a feedback from one of the participants at the end of a debate method training. Isn’t it?

DIA Youth Service Teachers’ Handbook and Training

DIA’s Teachers’ Handbook for Youth Service activities was published in June 2012 in order to support the work of secondary school teachers who from this academic year onwards have to support their students’ service activities.

Szóval?! 2013 National Debate Championship

Starting January 2013, DIA, for the 3rd time is a member of a team of 5 organizations which coordinates the 3rd National Debate Championship for secondary schools (Szóval?! 2013) on EU-related topics.

Just joined the Debate in the Neighbourhood (DIN) project

In January 2013 DIA joined the DIN network for an international debate project aiming at working with vulnerable youth groups.