During our last seminar “Working in Europe Together”, the participants (young people and youth workers), brainstormed and developed together a toolkit for inclusion workers engaging young people with fewer opportunities in European projects, Y-E-N projects mainly.
Day 5 was our last day in Timisoara! The program focused on two things: the presentation of the different projects created previously by the participants and the evaluation of the whole week.
Fourth day of Working Together was the beginning of the development of the participants’ projects.
During the third day of our Partnership Building Activity, the participants were introduced with more details on Y-E-N’s values and its Vision 2020, the contradictory notions of Integration and Inclusion, and the ENTER Recommendation.
Day 2 was dedicated to Youth Work. Through various activities, the participants were invited to reflect and define what youth work means for them, what it is and what they think it should be.
The first day of any Seminar is always intense! It is usually a special day dedicated to discover each other and build the healthy and strong foundations of a productive group.
“Working Together for an Inclusive Europe” is the second activity of our Work Plan “TOG(AE)THER EUROPE“. The main objective of this Partnership-Building Activity is to really raise the capacity of our Network and Member Organisations by working together for a diverse and inclusive Europe.
Our first activity of the year took place earlier this month in Thessaloniki (Greece). This youth seminar entitled “Living in Europe Together”
Day 5 was the very last day of our Youth Seminar “Living in Europe Together”. It was an enthusiastic and emotional day as we looked at the future (individual projects, exchanges of good pratices, potential partnerships…) and the past (evaluation of the past week, feedbacks, heartfelt remembrances…).
We just finished Day 4 of our 5 days Youth Seminar in Thessaloniki. This day was focused on Trust Building, Project Management and the process for imagining an individual Action Plan.