In early May, the Youth Partnership (a partnership between the European Commission and the Council of Europe in the field of youth) called for contributions in helping to map recognition tools and practices so that a compendium of stories on the impact of youth work and non-formal learning/education can be brought together.
Over the past 15 years, recognition of youth work and non-formal learning/education gained an important place on the agendas of, not only European institutions, but also of many other stakeholders, at European and national level. The mapping of existing tools and practices and the compendium of testimonies/stories on the impact of youth work and non-formal learning/education are initiatives that will contribute to the promotion of youth work, which is one of the main priorities of the Youth Partnership. the main goals of this work are: to support young people’s place in society, their employability, their personal development as well as education and training.
The European Youth Forum fully supports this initiative, as youth work as well as the recognition of non-formal education is a key priority and its value needs to be recognised.
If your working field is related to youth work or non-formal education, please send your contribution to the Youth Partnership by the 15th June, using the link below.
Read more: Call for contributions for a Mapping of recognition tools and practices AND for a Compendium of testimonies and stories on the impact of youth work and non-formal learning/education
Our partner source: youth-in-action.org