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"The history of youth work in Europe and its relevance for today's youth work policy" - 3rd workshop

4th to 7th October 2011 in Tallin (Estonia)

Agenda

Tuesday, 04 October 2011

Wednesday, 05 October 2011

  • Morning session
  • Afternoon session
    • Torbjorn Forkby: The History of Youth Work in Sweden
    • Ralph Schroeder: The History of Youth Work in Luxembourg
    • Chair: Arturas Deltuva
  • Dinner and non-formal activity

Thursday, 06 October 2011

  • Morning session
    • Jorge Orlando: The History of Youth Work in Portugal
    • Sorin Mitulescu: The History of Youth Work in Romania
    • Dora Giannaki: The History of Youth Work in Greece
    • Chair: Leena Suurpäa
  • Afternoon session
    • Arturas Deltuva: The History of Youth Work in Lithuania
    • Areg Tadevosyan: The History of Youth Work in Armenia
    • Chair: Lasse Siurala
  • Dinner and non-formal activity

Friday, 07 October 2011

  • Morning session
    • Conclusions, summing up, follow up
      • Howard Williamson: first summary by rapporteur
      • NN: reflections from the Estonian Ministry
      • Discussion: Lessons for future - conceptional development and recognition of youth work
      • Chairs: Jan Vanhee and Hanjo Schild
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