The 2018 EU-CoE youth partnership work programme includes the following objectives and activities:
Contributions to activities initiated and led by other partners

The EU-CoE youth partnership contributes several activities organised by partners:

  1. Contribution to the conference organised by Jugend fur Europa “Is Europe really lost?”, discussing the position and role of young people and the youth sector in the debate on the future of Europe
  2. Involvement in the project Europe Goes Local, on strengthening youth work at municipal level
  3. Developing an Academy for Youth Work in Europe – towards the 3rd EYWC convention
  4. Contribution to the Erasmus+ NAs network strategy against radicalisation leading to violence.
Publications and communication

In 2018, the following publications will be finalised and disseminated: Youth Knowledge books, Training kits, and the online Coyote magazine.

Publications to be produced in 2018 include:

  • “Support, tips, examples and possibilities for youth work with young refugees”, a publication offering advice and guidance for youth workers
  • ‘Youth research essentials’, a brochure presenting what youth research is, what are its core themes and elements, for the practitioners of the youth field
  • EKCYP Insights presenting cross-country analysis of specific questions relevant to youth policy and youth work, and thus supporting the development of national knowledge dialogues and evidence-based policy-making
  • Handbook on quality in learning mobility, including principles, indicators and good practice examples
  • Study on the role of youth work in combating radicalisation leading to violence.


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