Call for participants: “Raise your voice for tomorrow’s Europe” -Forum on education for democratic citizenship with a European dimension
This forum will take place from 13 to 16 November 2017, in Ljubljana, Slovenia. It will gather more than 50 stakeholders in the field of youth to explore relevant policies and practices connected to the education for democratic citizenship with a European dimension, gain new insight on the topic and develop inspiring responses.
Tallinn, Estonia – Couple of days after the official opening celebration of Estonian presidency of the Council of the EU, delegations from 30 countries get together in Tallinn, to go through with a 3-day debate about European Voluntary Service (EVS) and its future.
Call for participants: Summer School 'Young refugees as actors for socialinclusion and intercultural dialogue'
The Youth Department of the Council of Europe, in cooperation with the Global Platform for Syrian Students, is organising a Summer School on Young refugees as actors for social inclusion and intercultural dialogue, in Braga, Portugal, from 27 August to 3 September 2017. This activity aims to develop the capacities of young refugees as actors and agents of change in their communities. It is based on the principles of empowerment and participation of young refugees and it aims at reinforcing resilience and leadership skills.
The call for participants – young refugees and youth workers – is open and can be consulted at https://go.coe.int/WXqT5. Please help us disseminate this call by forwarding it to potentially interested participants. The deadline for applications is set for 22 June 2017.
Recommendation to the Council of Europe member states on youth work, adopted by the Committee of Ministers on 31 May 2017
Young people are a key resource for building a social and just Europe, and providing them with structured support is an important investment Europe has to make for its present and future.
This is the underlying idea of the new Recommendation to the Council of Europe member states on youth work, adopted by the Committee of Ministers on 31 May 2017.
European Anti-Corruption Youth Conference (EACYC2017) on Whistleblower Protection - Call for participants
Salto Youth is inviting youth workers, youth-led organisations and NGOs for youth, informal groups, institutions and public authorities, implementing social, cultural, educational, political and sports-related activities through youth work, to send their case studies and examples of practice highlighting mechanisms of addressing and preventing youth violent radicalisation.
Within a long-term strategy about youth work against violent radicalisation, involving various European countries and Europe's neighbouring regions, this mapping exercise aims to showcase positive ways and initiatives in which youth violent radicalisation can be addressed.