Experiential Learning Sessions
For us, change comes when there is mutual understanding and respect. Our experiential learning sessions aim to give participants a deeper understanding about children's rights issues through interaction with our youth facilitators in a safe and empowering environment. Adaptable for both adults and children, sessions can be half or full day and delivered in English or Tagalog. We tailor the program to the specific needs of the group but generally include sessions such as:
Using interactive methods & materials, Bahay Tuluyan staff and facilitators give participants an opportunity to learn about some of the pressing issues facing children in the Philippines, including homelessness, abuse, exploitation, violence, lack of access to education and poverty
Orientation about Bahay Tuluyan programs
Participants are given an overview of Bahay Tuluyan's programs and how they operate.
Tour of site
Participants will have a chance to tour Bahay Tuluyan's facilities to see how the programs operate.
Catering for experiential learning sessions is done by youth who are part of Bahay Tuluyan's social enterprise and youth training program, Makabata Guesthouse & Café.
For more information, including current rates and availability, please email us at email@example.com.
Children's Rights Training
Bahay Tuluyan runs workshops on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child and Filipino children at regular intervals. Through these workshops participants have a chance to learn more about children's rights, Philippine laws and the issues affecting children in the Philippines. These workshops are 3 days long and are open to anyone working with children or interested in learning more about children's rights. Our workshops for 2017 will be held on the following dates:
- 10 - 12 January 2017
- 4 - 6 July 2017
- 6 - 8 September 2017
To register a place at one of these workshops, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are also able to provide training exclusively for your organization. Contact us to discuss.