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Good practices: youth work needs to be visible

This database intends to chart the landscape of good practices in youth work and training, youth participation and youth policy development.

The main idea behind the database of good practices in youth work, training and youth policy is to make local, regional, and national activities in the youth field more visible. Youth work/training is constantly redefining itself through the envolvement, participation and contribution of young people, hence the importance of such a database.

It is an information pool gathering information on successful projects, initiatives in youth work, training and youth policy on the local, regional, and national levels. The good practice database is an opportunity for people who are active in the youth field across Europe, to make their work and their experiences more visible and to help them share ideas with others. It also helps decision and policy-makers to analyse and check their strategies and activities in the youth field.

This database, a rich source of information, depends on your contributions.

If you are a young person, a youth worker, a policy-maker, or a youth trainer, share your knowledge and learn about successful and innovative projects in youth work, training and youth policy.

Quick Information:

  1. Chart the landscape of youth work, training, participation, and youth non-formal learning and youth policy;
  2. Share your knowledge and learn from others about how to make youth work, training, participation and youth policy work ;
  3. Understand what works in youth work, training and youth policy and why;
  4. Foster exchange between projects and initiatives organisers, organisations, and policy makers;
  5. Link projects in order to improve participation and dialogue of young people on a larger scale
  6. Sustain quality in youth work, training, participation, and policy making

What is a good practice ?

Why a database of good practices?

The EKCYP's good practices database


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