Expert Seminar on Learning Mobility Quality Standards: Call for Rapporteur, Facilitator, Expert on Quality and Author of a Desk-Research
The EU-CoE youth partnership announces the Calls for for Rapporteur, Facilitator, Expert on Quality and Author of a Desk-Research to the Expert Seminar on Learning Mobility Quality Standards, which will be held on 15-17 June 2016 in Tbilisi (Georgia).
Report "Expert group on recognition of youth work and non-formal education: Involvement in related policy development, strategies and activities"
The main aim of this report is to summarise the involvement of the Expert Group on Recognition of Youth Work and Non-Formal Learning/Education in related policy development, strategies and activities during the years 2011-2015; thus it serves supporting a wider understanding of what happens with regard to recognition of youth work and non-formal learning/education at European level, and of who does what. It should be seen as an added value to help summarizing what happened over the last years, in particular since the ‘Symposium on recognition of youth work and non-formal learning/education’ in 2011, which is considered by many actors in the youth sector as the milestone event.
The report is addressed to experts and practitioners in the youth field, to policy makers and researchers.
EC publication: "Quality Youth Work - A common framework for the further development of youth work. Report from the Expert Group on Youth Work Quality Systems in the EU Member States"
This report contains both a definition of youth work, its core principles and a description of what constitutes quality in youth work. It also describes the process of quality development and gives many examples of quality tools and systems that can be used to assess and develop youth work.
EC publication on Youth work and non-formal learning in Europe's education landscape has been released
This publication marks a quarter of a century of EU youth programmes accompanied by EU youth policy. It brings together a range of views and highlights best practices with the aim of stimulating
debate about what youth work and non-formal learning can contribute, alongside other sectors, to European education. From diverse viewpoints, it reviews EU co-operation in the field, points to successes and sets out possible future scenarios, particularly in the context of the Erasmus+ programme (2014-2020).
Symposium (Un)Equal Europe: responses from the youth sector, prep meeting in Brussels, 14-15 January
Invitation to the European Conference – Think European – act local: Youth 2015 – recommendations for Europe, 18 November, Brussels
The Conference on the EU Youth Strategy “Think European – act local: Youth 2015 – recommendations for Europe” will be held on 18 November 2015 in Brussels (10.30 am to 5.00 pm, Committee of Regions)