Civic Participation Master - Metabadge

Civic Participation Master - Metabadge

on May 28, 2018

Civic Participation Master - Metabadge

Civic Participation Master - Metabadge
Non formal learning
Badge Details
Civic Participation Master - Metabadge

Civic Participation Master metabadge defines the competence to participate actively in civic processes and to exercise the rights and obligations of citizenship at local, state, national and global levels. It also refers to the ability to stay informed and to understand governmental processes as well as the local and global implications of civic decisions.

Democracy Expert

By Badu
on May 7, 2018

Democracy Expert

Democracy Expert
Non formal learning
Badge Details
Democracy Expert
Democracy Expert badge demonstrates an understanding of political governance systems and an ability to use public participation tools.
Learning Targets
  • Understanding governmental structures and legal arrangements of various political systems
  • Knowing relevant community stakeholders
  • Knowing about global interdependencies
  • Ability to participate actively in policy-making
  • Ability to manage conflicts
  • Team working skills
  • Social communication skills
  • Critical thinking
  • Showing a participatory attitude
  • Respecting  and advocating human rights and democratic principles
  • Showing civic courage to stand up for democratic values

Participants have to successfully accomplish the following tasks before the BADU Open Badge will be issued.

Minimum standards:

  • Having successfully completed an entire learning activity (training course, seminar, online course, workshop etc.), a voluntary programme/internship
  • Self-evaluation
  • Assessment session with the trainer/mentor

 

  • Case Study
  • Conducted one workshop on the topic of the activity with youth within 2 months after the activity
  • Conducted critical incident analysis
  • Problem Solving and simulation games on the specific topic of the activity
  • Reflection exercises
  • Scored at least 80% on the final test

Community Mediator

By Badu
on May 7, 2018

Community Mediator

Community Mediator
Non formal learning
Badge Details
Community Mediator
Community Mediator badge demonstrates an understanding of different citizens’ cultures and identities from local to EU level and the ability to mediate between different groups in the community.
Learning Targets
  • Knowing about the development of personal, local, majority and minority national identities as well as European and global identity
  • Understanding group dynamics
  • Being able to communicate constructively in different environments
  • Being able to express different viewpoints
  • Being able to negotiate with the ability to create confidence and trust
  • Recognising and deconstructing stereotypes and prejudices
  • Showing an attitude of collaboration, assertiveness and integrity
  • Being sensitive towards different value systems in the community, e.g. religious or ethnic groups
  • Showing respect for democratic principles

Participants have to successfully accomplish the following tasks before the BADU Open Badge will be issued.

Minimum standards:

  • Having successfully completed an entire learning activity (training course, seminar, online course, workshop etc.), a voluntary programme/internship
  • Self-evaluation
  • Assessment session with the trainer/mentor

 

  • Case Study
  • Conducted one workshop on the topic of the activity with youth within 2 months after the activity
  • Conducted critical incident analysis
  • Problem Solving and simulation games on the specific topic of the activity
  • Reflection exercises
  • Scored at least 80% on the final test

Community Ecology Advisor

By Badu
on May 7, 2018

Community Ecology Advisor

Community Ecology Advisor
Non formal learning
Badge Details
Community Ecology Advisor
Community Ecology Advisor badge demonstrates sufficient environmental knowledge and the ability to advise others on environmental issues in order to promote environmentally friendly behaviour and sustainable living.
Learning Targets
  • Knowing about environmental changes and their causes
  • Knowing about methods of environment protection and alternative concepts (e.g. zero growth, stop buying, technology discourse, sustainable development)
  • Knowing about rational and responsible use of natural resources
  • Being able to display environmentally responsible behaviour
  • The conscious handling of natural resources and energy in daily life
  • Ability to manage conflicts
  • Social communication skills
  • Showing respect for nature
  • Being aware of the environmental impact of daily actions

Participants have to successfully accomplish the following tasks before the BADU Open Badge will be issued.

Minimum standards:

  • Having successfully completed an entire learning activity (training course, seminar, online course, workshop etc.), a voluntary programme/internship
  • Self-evaluation
  • Assessment session with the trainer/mentor

 

  • Case Study
  • Conducted one workshop on the topic of the activity with youth within 2 months after the activity
  • Conducted critical incident analysis
  • Problem Solving and simulation games on the specific topic of the activity
  • Reflection exercises
  • Scored at least 80% on the final test

Responsible Economy Rookie

By Badu
on May 7, 2018

Responsible Economy Rookie

Responsible Economy Rookie
Non formal learning
Badge Details
Responsible Economy Rookie
Responsible Economy Rookie badge demonstrates a basic understanding of private, politico-economic and business interdependency at local and EU level, and the ability to help young people understand and deal with the economic issues that affect them and th
Learning Targets
  • Understanding basic economic frameworks (trade deficit, budget deficit, monetary policy, banking regulation, financial markets, tax law)
  • Knowing about corporate social responsibility strategies
  • Knowing alternative economy concepts (community-based economics, alternative currency, basic income guarantee, post-growth)
  • Being able to develop a critical outlook regarding economic issues
  • Being able to deal with qualitative and quantitative data
  • Being able to communicate results concisely to a wide audience, including those with no training in economics
  • Being aware of the current economic system’s effects or possible consequences on people, communities and nature
  • Being aware of the economic impact of daily actions

Participants have to successfully accomplish the following tasks before the BADU Open Badge will be issued.

Minimum standards:

  • Having successfully completed an entire learning activity (training course, seminar, online course, workshop etc.), a voluntary programme/internship
  • Self-evaluation
  • Assessment session with the trainer/mentor

 

  • Case Study
  • Conducted one workshop on the topic of the activity with youth within 2 months after the activity
  • Conducted critical incident analysis
  • Problem Solving and simulation games on the specific topic of the activity
  • Reflection exercises
  • Scored at least 80% on the final test