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Back 2nd European Youth Work Convention Final Declaration

Subtitle: Making a World of Difference

Author(s): 2nd European Youth Work Convention

Date: 2015

Summary link to Recognition:

The objective of the 2nd Convention was to identify the common ground on which all ‘youth work’ stands and its relation to wider agendas of concern to public policy and issues facing young people. In the context of ‘what brings us together is stronger than what divides us’, the expectation from the Convention was to give a new impetus to the political and institutional debate around youth work in Europe, in order to foster further development and stronger recognition.


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