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In this podcast, we talk about the Council of Europe's youth campaign "Democracy Here, Democracy Now" and its flagship event the Youth Action Week.
In this episode we are exploring the experiences of learning mobility during and post pandemic, quality tools and the current needs of all actors.
This is the second episode on solidarity with Ukrainian young people. This time we explore the youth work reality both in Ukraine and the neighbouring countries that received young refugees.
Get to know the Visible Value library of resources on recognition of youth work of the Youth Partnership.
Participation in democratic societies goes beyond elections and voting. What are the other tools that help young people be more actively involved, and how can they use them to reach policy makers?
In this special episode on Ukraine, we discuss how young people are involved in supporting other people in Ukraine and Moldova.
In this episode we discuss a radical approach to citizenship education, how it should be understood and implemented by young people and youth sector.
In this episode, we are discussing the limits of digital youth work.
In this episode, we are exploring what the year 2022 will look like in the youth sector in Europe and what initiatives are planned by the European Commission and the Council of Europe.
In this episode, we are discussing our upcoming publication Thinking Together and Levelling Up: a thinking and action kit for the continuous development, improvement and strengthening of the youth work field.
This episode is about youth work policy goals of the European Union and the Council of Europe. How similar and how different are they? How can they be reached by, for example, the European Year of Youth planned for 2022?
In this episode, we are discussing the impact of learning mobility projects on communities where they happen, by introducing a research paper on community impact indicators of learning mobility projects and the practical guide on the same topic developed by Salto Solidarity Corps Resource Centre.
In this episode, we are discussing the new reference manual for youth policy, published by the youth partnership. What can you find in the manual? Who is it for? What is the state of youth policy in Europe? - these are some questions our guests provided answers to.
In this episode, we are exploring the new developments in the Covid-19 Knowledge Hub. Have a look at the new resources which can support you in your work with young people.
In this episode, we are reflecting on two European youth strategies: the EU Youth Strategy 2019-2027 and the Council of Europe Youth Sector Strategy 2030.
In this episode, we are discussing a new EU-Council of Europe research paper on rural youth. What challenges rural youth face? How does youth work and youth policy respond to them? What responses are still needed?
In this episode, we are talking with Pegah MOULANA and Neringa TUMĖNAITĖ about how to make the youth sector greener, more environmentally conscious. We are discussing the sustainability checklist developed by the EU-CoE youth partnership, in cooperation with the Task Force on greening the youth sector, and in consultation with youth organisations. This checklist will serve as guidelines for youth initiatives across Europe.
In this episode, we continue to explore different chapters in the Youth Knowledge Book on Young people, social inclusion and digitalisation. How does digitalisation support social inclusion of people with disabilities? How can it empower people with disabilities? What obstacles people with disabilities face when using digital tools? What does it mean for youth policy and practice? You can find the answers to these questions in this episode.
In this episode we are discussing with Ursula Curven and Cathy Street the impact of digital life on young people's mental health and well-being. This episode is the third one in the series, promoting the latest Youth Knowledge Book on Young people, social inclusion and digitalisation recently published by the EU-Council of Europe youth partnership.
In this episode we continue exploring another topic in the latest Youth Knowledge Book on Young people, social inclusion and digitalisation. This time it is about social inclusion of young migrants and refugees and the use of digital tools by those groups of people.
In this episode we are talking with John Taylor and Anja Johnston about the digital project they did in the Scottish Highlands. We discuss how living in the remote areas influences the life of young people and what is the role of youth services in such places. This is the first episode, in which we are interviewing the authors of different chapters in the Knowledge Book on Young people, social inclusion and digitalisation. There is more to come!
The second edition of the MOOC on Essentials of Youth Work organised by the EU-Council of Europe youth partnership is starting on the 17th of May 2021. In this bonus episode we are talking with the team behind the MOOC about what awaits the learners in the course providing some behind the scenes information. Join our MOOC and embark with us on this new journey.
In this episode we are talking about the new publication of the EU - Council of Europe youth partnership on "Young people, social inclusion and digitalisation" together with its two editors: Dan Moxon and Veronica Ștefan.
COVID-19 and all restrictions implemented during the pandemic had, in many intances, a devastating impact on young people's mental health and psychological wellbeing. In this episode, we are discussing this impact, reflecting what can youth work and youth policy do to support young people.
This episode is about young people's access to rights. We are discussing the right to assembly and association and freedom from discrimination with researchers who developed research papers in preparation of the first review of the Committee of Ministers Recommendation on young people’s access to rights.
Learning mobility of young people during the pandemic practically stopped. In this episode, we are exploring what impact COVID-19 had on mobility of young people in Europe and how it affected the functioning of youth organisations. We are also trying to reflect on the future of youth learning mobility.
In this episode, we are discussing the phenomenon of shrinking civil society space for youth organisations and youth movements - what forms it takes, how it affects young people and what can be done about it.
In this episode, we are talking with researchers - Max Fras and Dunja Potočnik - about youth work in two regions: Eastern and Southeast Europe. We are discussing how youth work is done in these regions and what trends and developments related to youth work can be observed. The link to the transcript of this episode can be found in the full description / notes.