Thessaloniki, Greece 4–6 Dec 2017
Violent radicalisation among young people has become a growing issue of concern in Europe and its...
30 October – 11 December 2017
Annual meetings of the Pool of European Youth Researchers and of the European Knowledge Centre on Youth PolicyBudapest, Hungary 19-21 September 2017
Objectives: The mapping will contribute to a better understanding and sharing information on the...
The EU-CoE youth partnership stems from the close relations that the Council of Europe and the European Commission have developed in the youth field over the years since 1998. The overall goal is to foster synergies between the youth-oriented activities of the two institutions. The specific themes are participation/citizenship, social inclusion, recognition and quality of youth work.
- Contribution of non-programme countries to EU Youth Wiki. Chapter I: Youth policy governance:
- What Politics? Youth and Political Engagement in Africa
- Young Refugees’ Transition to Adulthood. Literature Review and Policy Brief by Lana Pasic
- Report: Symposium on 'Youth Policy Responses to the Contemporary Challenges Faced by Young People’ (June 2017, Prague)
- Taking the future into their own hands. Youth work and entrepreneurial learning: final report
- European inventory on validation of non-formal and informal learning – 2016 update.
- How to make learning visible: Strategies for implementation of non-formal and informal learning
- Table on recent developments on national implementation of youth policies (provided by CDEJ members)
- Policy Brief on Advancing Youth Research (Drawing on the results of the Expert meeting on South Mediterranean youth co-operation, Brussels)
- Background information on the youth policy in "the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia"
- Background information on Liechtenstein youth policy
- Background information on Turkish youth policy
- Youth work with young refugees, Perspectives from Finland. Veronika Honkasalo
- Improving youth work: your guide to quality development
- Support for youth workers tackling violent radicalisation