Bringing the EU closer to citizens – Commission launches EU-wide contest for the "Altiero Spinelli Prize for Outreach"
Call for participants for the Long—term training course for refugees and youth workers on social inclusion of refugees through youth work (Youth.Together) NOVEMBER 2018 - DECEMBER 2019
The introduction seminar of the course will be held in Strasbourg from 25 November to 2 December.
The deadline for applications is set for 30 October 2018.
Call for Contributions: European Academy on Youth Work: Innovation, Current Trends and Developments in Youth Work
Have you developed a tool, method or practice, a research or policy initiative that you think responds to current trends or challenges related to youth work or youth work policy or enhances the quality of youth work, and would you like to share it with professionals in the youth work field from across Europe?
Call for proposals : Erasmus+ programme, Key Action 3 – Support for Policy Reform. European Youth Together
European Youth Together aims to bring together youth from across Europe: East, West, North and South. Projects will share ideas about the EU, encourage wider civic participation and help foster a sense of European citizenship.
The participants of the EU Youth Conference that took place on 16-19 April in Sofia, Bulgaria endorsed 11 Youth Goals which will inform youth policy at European and national level for the years to come.
The EXCEPT project final conference aims to advance the dialogue between policy makers, civil society and researchers to discuss new interventions for reducing exclusion in Europe.
Exploring the youth stories and policy analysis, this conference will involve policy and research experts from European and international institutions, who are at the forefront of policy analysis, innovation and implementation.
Final conference meeting: Youth Participation in Europe: Diversity, (Mis)Recognition and (In)visibility
The PARTISPACE consortium is pleased to announce the final conference meeting of the project
Youth Participation in Europe: Diversity, (Mis)Recognition and (In)visibility
on April 18th 2018 at the High School of Public health campus located in Paris.
Explore the latest results of the 2016 Quality of Life Survey in the EU28 published by Eurofound. A wealth of data on a variety of topics related to subjective well-being, health and aspects of individual quality of life such as living conditions, housing, and material deprivation, but also participation, volunteering, work–life balance, care responsibilities and life online.