Rapporter och publikationer från Europa
Improving youth work – your guide to quality development, European Commission (2017)
’Improving youth work – your guide to quality development’ is a handbook that targets all stakeholders involved in youth work, from young people to people working in public administration and politicians. It provides the reader with an extensive and easily accessible step-by-step guide on how to engage in quality development in youth work. Corporate author(s): ’s Hertogenbosch, Directorate-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture, DSP and KEKS.
Quality Youth Work – a common framework for the further development of youth work, European Commission (2015)
Report from the Expert Group on Youth Work Quality Systems in the EU Member States.
T-Kit 4 – Intercultural learning (2nd edition) (2018)
ntercultural learning is an educational approach that can lead to social transformation, so that people from different cultural backgrounds can develop positive relations based on the values and principles of human rights and on seeing cultural differences as positive things. It is a form of political and social education that needs to pay attention not only to intercultural relations, but also to different understandings of culture and diversity, power relations, distribution of resources, political and social context, human rights, discrimination, history and daily interactions among different groups.
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Report on digital youth work
A new EU Expert group report on digital youth work has been published. It contains policy recommendations, training needs and good practice examples for youth workers and decision-makers. Set up under the European Union Work Plan for Youth 2016-2018, the expert group on ‘Risks, opportunities and implications of digitalisation for youth, youth work and youth policy’ provides policy recommendations, training needs and good practice examples in developing digital youth work across the EU.
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Learning mobility, social inclusion and non-formal education: Access, processes and outcomes
How do we involve less advantaged young people in mobility projects, and how do we engineer and implement these projects to make participation a realistic option for all? This book presents the state of the art of learning mobility in the very complex and heterogeneous European youth field, bringing together contributions from all over the continent. The authors present empirical research findings that explore and analyse the experience of participants from a range of different backgrounds, in varied learning mobility settings – exchanges, volunteer service, camps – and in diverse regions of Europe.
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More important European documents and reports – visit the InterCity Youth webpage.