Unlocking Doors for Recognition
Unlocking Doors to Recognition
Developed by: This publication was written by two authors, Darko Markovic and Gülesin Nemutlu Ünal, both of whom have extensive experience in the field of recognition, learning, education and youth work. It was written with the support of SALTO Training and Cooperation Resource Centre, SALTO South East Europe Resource Centre and the Slovenian National Agency.
Type of the tool/practice: Publication/Handbook
Recognition dimensions addressed by the tool/practices: Self-recognition, Social recognition, Formal recognition, Political recognition
Level of influence of your tool/practice: Organisational, Local/Regional, National
Target group(s) for the tool/practice:
Youth workers and youth organisations interested in starting working on better recognition of youth work and non-formal learning in their own context. In addition to those groups, the handbook could be useful to other actors in the youth field (e.g. policy makers, trainers, researchers).
This practical handbook aims at helping interested youth workers and youth organisations develop their own strategies for better recognition of youth work and/or non-formal learning in their own context. The handbook is a combination of relevant, easy-to-access, background knowledge and a series of hands-on exercises helping the readers reflect and work out their own involvement in the selected recognition ‘adventure’.
Contact person: Darko Markovic, co-author, email: email@example.com
Contact person: Gülesin Nemutlu Unal, co-author, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact person: Kristiina Pernits, SALTO TC RC, email: email@example.com
Links and references:
- To download the handbook in English or German language : https://www.youthpass.eu/en/youthpass/downloads/
Additional material to download: