The EU-CoE youth partnership's current focus on youth work happens through:
- Supporting activities around quality youth work from both institutions;
- Supporting achieving a social, political and formal recognition of youth work and of non-formal learning;
- Contributing to the development of quality youth work and to support related tools and mechanisms;
- Supporting the dissemination and exchange of successful and innovative initiatives with regard to the recognition of youth work and non-formal learning;
- Continuing the reflection, the sharing of information and the promotion of youth work practice and policy through exploring history of youth work in Europe and its relevance for today and through relevant publications;
- Supplementing existing knowledge on learning mobility, steer and consolidate the work of the European Platform on Learning Mobility.
Following on from its first MOOC on “Essentials of youth policy” and from the recent developments in youth work in Europe, the EU-CoE youth partnership will develop in 2019 content for a new MOOC on youth work. Why a MOOC on youth work? A MOOC on youth work can be a useful tool to: Make youth...
The bodies involved in the European Platform on Learning Mobility in the Youth Field understand Europe as the region that includes the countries and actors represented in the Council of Europe and the European Union. The Platform is a space for exchange and cooperation of researchers, policy...
The Convention was a unique opportunity to give a new impetus to the political and institutional debate around youth work in Europe. The Convention gathered stakeholders from all over Europe bringing together complementary knowledge, perspectives and experiences on youth work.
‘Getting there…’ brings together the Pathways paper and the Statement and Plan of Action of participants of the Symposium on recognition of youth work and non-formal learning/education (Strasbourg, 2011). It aims at supporting a decentralised process for the implementation of actions leading to a...