SALTO-Youth Participation & Information

SALTO-Youth Participation & Information

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Join us tomorrow live or after the fact on Verke's YouTube channel. :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1wNYNbMlGZc The first English language Verke LIVE looks at the effects of the Covid-19 -pandemic on the youth field, the international activities within the field and, of course, digital youth work. Chatting with us for about half an hour is Andreas Karsten, a researcher from the RAY network. Andreas will give us a glimpse of what the initial results from the RAY-COR project look like and shed some light on future research projects. The RAY network (Research-based Analysis and Monitoring of European Youth Programmes) is an open and self-governed European research network. Currently, 36 National Agencies of the Erasmus+ Youth in Action & European Solidarity Corps programmes and their research partners are involved. Verke coordinates the Finnish centre for expertise on Digital youth work.
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Do you want to create an E-work based learning and apprenticeship project in times of Covid-19? In response to the Erasmus+ call Digital Education in VET, AKMI S.A(A leading VET institute in Greece) invites European VET Providers that they want to collaborate with us. Deadline: Tuesday, 13.10.2020
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Call for volunteers from Germany for an European Solidarity Corps project in St.Petersburg, Russia Would you like to know more about the NGO sector and civil society of St.Petersburg and Russia? Then join our team at the German-Russian Exchange (NRO) St.Petersburg. NRO is committed to the on-going development of peace, friendship and understanding between the citizens of Germany, Russia and other countries. It works to help people become active in their society through exchange programmes and through the support of youth initiatives. We are looking for two motivated and proactive volunteers from Germany to join the long-term project “Strengthening Youth Commitment for Civil Society in St.Petersburg” in St.Petersburg, Russia. For more information about our organisation, the project and requirements please have a look at the info pack: https://bit.ly/3cD9uLt. You can also find more information on the portal: https://europa.eu/youth/solidarity/placement/21562_en. You can apply by filling in the google form: https://forms.gle/ELTra5LhFXBxoc3w7. Deadline for application: 10/06/2020 Project period: 01/10/2020 – 30/09/2021. Starting date could be shifted due of the COVID-19 pandemic. If you have any questions you can also ask me or Sabina Triseckin! And you are more than welcome to share this opportunity among your German friends.
Colleagues, could you please help finding the contacts of administrators of Salto website. So far this is the bug in Salto Website so we cannot get the list of attendees of the Training-course we provide and we posted the Application Form of. So we are not ready to initiate the next stage of the LTTC. We reported to the Salto-Youth Contact form but no answer during all the workday. We earching the way to fix the bug ASAP. thank you for your help!

We promote youth participation across Europe, develop activities and resources on Media and Information Literacy and support the youth work sector and the Erasmus+ Youth Agencies with state of art strategies in our field of action.

For more information check out the SALTO-YOUTH website - http://www.salto-youth.net/rc/participation/ and in the Participation Resource Pool: http//:www.participationpool.eu

Mission: SALTO-YOUTH Participation & Information Resource Centre supports the capacity building of young people, youth workers, National Agencies of the Erasmus+: Youth in Action programme, the European Commission and other stakeholders in involving young people in decision-making processes. We do this through organising training programs and design labs; collating information and providing analyses on youth participation; offering new and smart tools and solutions and relevant resources that support the participation and genuine involvement of young people.

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How to Create Compelling Videos for Social Media?

In this video series, film maker and a social media influencer Ahmad Mohsen gives you a high level overview about video content creation fundamentals. 🌟 How to brand your initiative? 🌟 What to keep in mind when starting to create audio-visual content for social media? 🌟 What are the techniques? 🌟 How to market your organisation or project and build a community online? 🌟 How to create content for your specific target group? 🌟 How to empower young people?

👉 Watch all the 5 short videos as Ahmad takes you through main points step by step, giving recommendations on how to use equipment, sharing tips about where to begin and how to make sure content you create actually reaches the right people. Easy, useful, practical!

Want to get more tips and recommendations? Then join us for the @Live Q & A With Social Media Influencer Ahmad Mohsen on the 4th of March 14:00–15:00 CET here on Facebook or get a more exclusive chance to talk with Ahmad by signing up for the closer circle on Zoom: http://trainings.salto-youth.net/9135
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If you wish to launch a new initiative or want to become better at reaching your target groups with your ongoing activities, these videos helps you to plan, create and analyse your communication to get people interested in new topics, join your activities, increase engagement online and raise awareness about your project or topic.

This video series has been created by SALTO Participation and Information Resource Centre in cooperation with 💫 Ahmad Mohsen 💫 (youtube.com/ahmadmohsens). The videos have been created for youth workers, youth organisations and non-profit organisations to better help them reach out and engage young people. The production of this video series is funded with the support from the European Commission from the Erasmus+ programme. 🇪🇺

Make sure you check out the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps programmes which provide funding and training for you and your team to start your own initiatives. See more information from the Participation Resource Pool: https://participationpool.eu/light-a-...

How to Create Compelling Videos for Social Media? Episode 1

In this video series, film maker and a social media influencer Ahmad Mohsen gives you a high level overview about how to make your content visible. 🌟 How to brand your initiative? 🌟 What to keep in mind when starting to create audio-visual content for social media? 🌟 What are the techniques? 🌟 How to market your organisation or project and build a community online? 🌟 How to create content for your specific target group? 🌟 How to empower young people?

👉 Watch all the 5 short videos as Ahmad takes you through main points step by step, giving recommendations on how to use equipment, sharing tips about where to begin and how to make sure content you create actually reaches the right people. Easy, useful, practical!

If you wish to launch a new initiative or want to become better at reaching your target groups with your ongoing activities, these videos helps you to plan, create and analyse your communication to get people interested in new topics, join your activities, increase engagement online and raise awareness about your project or topic.

This video series has been created by SALTO Participation and Information Resource Centre in cooperation with 💫 Ahmad Mohsen 💫 (youtube.com/ahmadmohsens). The videos have been created for youth workers, youth organisations and non-profit organisations to better help them reach out and engage young people. The production of this video series is funded with the support from the European Commission from the Erasmus+ programme. 🇪🇺

Make sure you check out the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps programmes which provide funding and training for you and your team to start your own initiatives. See more information from the Participation Resource Pool: https://participationpool.eu/light-a-spark/

How to Tell Stories & Get Started With Video Creation? Episode 3

In this video series, film maker and a social media influencer Ahmad Mohsen gives you a high level overview about how to make your content visible. 🌟 How to brand your initiative? 🌟 What to keep in mind when starting to create audio-visual content for social media? 🌟 What are the techniques? 🌟 How to market your organisation or project and build a community online? 🌟 How to create content for your specific target group? 🌟 How to empower young people?

👉 Watch all the 5 short videos as Ahmad takes you through main points step by step, giving recommendations on how to use equipment, sharing tips about where to begin and how to make sure content you create actually reaches the right people. Easy, useful, practical!

If you wish to launch a new initiative or want to become better at reaching your target groups with your ongoing activities, these videos helps you to plan, create and analyse your communication to get people interested in new topics, join your activities, increase engagement online and raise awareness about your project or topic.

This video series has been created by SALTO Participation and Information Resource Centre in cooperation with 💫 Ahmad Mohsen 💫 (youtube.com/ahmadmohsens). The videos have been created for youth workers, youth organisations and non-profit organisations to better help them reach out and engage young people. The production of this video series is funded with the support from the European Commission from the Erasmus+ programme. 🇪🇺

Make sure you check out the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps programmes which provide funding and training for you and your team to start your own initiatives. See more information from the Participation Resource Pool: https://participationpool.eu/light-a-spark/

How to Promote Your Content on Social Media? Episode 4

In this video series, film maker and a social media influencer Ahmad Mohsen gives you a high level overview about how to make your content visible. 🌟 How to brand your initiative? 🌟 What to keep in mind when starting to create audio-visual content for social media? 🌟 What are the techniques? 🌟 How to market your organisation or project and build a community online? 🌟 How to create content for your specific target group? 🌟 How to empower young people?

👉 Watch all the 5 short videos as Ahmad takes you through main points step by step, giving recommendations on how to use equipment, sharing tips about where to begin and how to make sure content you create actually reaches the right people. Easy, useful, practical!

If you wish to launch a new initiative or want to become better at reaching your target groups with your ongoing activities, these videos helps you to plan, create and analyse your communication to get people interested in new topics, join your activities, increase engagement online and raise awareness about your project or topic.

This video series has been created by SALTO Participation and Information Resource Centre in cooperation with 💫 Ahmad Mohsen 💫 (youtube.com/ahmadmohsens). The videos have been created for youth workers, youth organisations and non-profit organisations to better help them reach out and engage young people. The production of this video series is funded with the support from the European Commission from the Erasmus+ programme. 🇪🇺

Make sure you check out the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps programmes which provide funding and training for you and your team to start your own initiatives. See more information from the Participation Resource Pool: https://participationpool.eu/light-a-spark/

How to Build Online Communities & Grow Organically? Episode 5

In this video series, film maker and a social media influencer Ahmad Mohsen gives you a high level overview about how to make your content visible. 🌟 How to brand your initiative? 🌟 What to keep in mind when starting to create audio-visual content for social media? 🌟 What are the techniques? 🌟 How to market your organisation or project and build a community online? 🌟 How to create content for your specific target group? 🌟 How to empower young people?

👉 Watch all the 5 short videos as Ahmad takes you through main points step by step, giving recommendations on how to use equipment, sharing tips about where to begin and how to make sure content you create actually reaches the right people. Easy, useful, practical!

If you wish to launch a new initiative or want to become better at reaching your target groups with your ongoing activities, these videos helps you to plan, create and analyse your communication to get people interested in new topics, join your activities, increase engagement online and raise awareness about your project or topic.

This video series has been created by SALTO Participation and Information Resource Centre in cooperation with 💫 Ahmad Mohsen 💫 (youtube.com/ahmadmohsens). The videos have been created for youth workers, youth organisations and non-profit organisations to better help them reach out and engage young people. The production of this video series is funded with the support from the European Commission from the Erasmus+ programme. 🇪🇺

Make sure you check out the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps programmes which provide funding and training for you and your team to start your own initiatives. See more information from the Participation Resource Pool: https://participationpool.eu/light-a-spark/

🤩 We're happy to introduce you all our new team member, Alexandre Fonseca! He's our new Youth Participation Coordinator. Alexandre is based in Portugal but he'll be moving to Estonia in the end of March (if all goes as planned). 🤞🤞🤞Alexandre has a background in Languages, Political Science, and Sociology, which helps him approach the work he does with an international perspective and its social, political, and historical context.

Previously, he worked as a Project Manager for DYPALL Network, an NGO working to develop youth participation at the local level and with Agora Aveiro, an organisation promoting active citizenship.

He has experienced the Youth programmes first hand when he did his European Voluntary Service in Turkey in 2017 and in Serbia in 2018.

Alexandre's hobbies include sports, movies, and trekking in nature. He is interested in the many ways possible to foster active citizenship, critical thinking, and empowering young people to be more autonomous and engaged.

If you want to get in touch with him, just write to us at [email protected]

🥁🥁🥁 Few places have opened to our Webinar "Changing media landscapes and young people as content creators"! 🥁🥁🥁
This online seminar will review the recent changes in media landscapes and their impact on young people’s use of media and worldviews in general. The experts, 𝐀𝐫𝐚𝐦 𝐀𝐟𝐥𝐚𝐭𝐮𝐧𝐢 and 𝐀𝐥𝐞𝐬𝐬𝐚𝐧𝐝𝐫𝐨 𝐓𝐨𝐦𝐦𝐚𝐬𝐢 will discuss:
⭐ The ways young people use media nowadays;
⭐ how media is helping them to feel connected to the world
⭐ how being continuously online is impacting the youth
⭐ how the constant flow of information is changing the fundamental ways young people engage with media.
⭐ The experts will also shed light on how young people are being and becoming active citizens through media and in fact also changing the world by becoming media content creators. ⭐ Finally, they will give concrete examples of how young people can impact their local communities by using of media tools.

After the expert inputs the participants will work in groups to identify concrete lessons learnt to take home to their everyday work in local contexts.

𝐀𝐛𝐨𝐮𝐭 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐞𝐱𝐩𝐞𝐫𝐭𝐬:

⭐ 𝐀𝐫𝐚𝐦 𝐀𝐟𝐥𝐚𝐭𝐮𝐧𝐢
CEO, Founder, Gutsy Go – Make Peace Visible
Aram Aflatuni is an award-winning producer and media pioneer. He is the founder and CEO at Gutsy Media Ltd., a social enterprise dedicated to projects increasing peace worldwide. Aram has been working with media and especially television since 2006. He has worked for the Finnish National Broadcasting Company Yle TV1 as a war zone correspondent in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Somalia and also produced commercial programs for various producing companies. In 2015, Aram left the traditional TV business model behind to launch Gutsy Media and Gutsy Animations––a global media company committed to promoting peace through storytelling. One of his major operations, Gutsy Go, offers large-scale intervention youth training nationwide. Gutsy Go has been awarded the highest innovation prize in Finland ‘The Builders of the Century’ challenge prize, as well as The European Crime Prevention Award (ECPA). For over 25 years, Aflatuni has worked across youth development and social action alongside ministries, city government and NGOs (Red Cross, Mannerheim league for child welfare, Bahá'i Community).

⭐ 𝐀𝐥𝐞𝐬𝐬𝐚𝐧𝐝𝐫𝐨 𝐓𝐨𝐦𝐦𝐚𝐬𝐢
CEO, Co-Founder, Will Media Italia
Alessandro Tommasi holds a degree in International Relations and a master’s from the Italian Institute for International Political Studies (ISPI). He worked at the European Parliament and with UNDP after which he started working as a consultant in the tech sector. He led a policy team for Airbnb in Italy as well as Lime before starting Will Media Italia. Will Media Italia is a communication start-up aiming to raise awareness of everyday facts and inspire change for a more sustainable world. Will produces content to inform and popularise complicated matters and help people become familiar with the speed and complexity of the changes we are living through collectively. Will tries to make people understand why being aware of certain issues, such as climate change, inclusion, economic sustainability, is important. Because Will Media communicates on social media, 80% of its users are between 18 and 35 years old.

⏰ REGISTER TO ATTEND THE WEBINAR BY 12 FEBRUARY 17:00 CET HERE: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3GC2VYY !⏰
This is our sixth, and the last, seminar in the series of Critical thinking and media literacy online seminars organised in cooperation with the Finnish National Agency. 🇫🇮💙
#MilSkills #medialiteracy

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Join the Safer Internet Day 2021 – Together for a better Internet - Salto

🥳Today is the Safer Internet Day! 9 February 2021 marks the Safer Internet Day (SID) with actions across the globe. This 18th edition takes place under the theme “Together for a better Internet” and calls for all stakeholders to join forces in making the Internet a safer and better place for all, especially for children and young people.

participationpool.eu Better Internet for Kids European Commission (EC)

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An Internet Young People Trust – how to separate fact...

A great opportunity for those interested in young people and safer internet!

Telia Company’s Safer Internet Week webinar takes place February 8th 12:45-1345 (CET) / 13:45-14:45 (EET) The event is free and open for all!

⭐AN INTERNET YOUNG PEOPLE TRUST- How to separate fact from fiction? ⭐
The internet is full of exciting information and amazing opportunities, but also misinformation that can pose risks to children and young people. How does the trustworthiness of the internet impact children? In today’s world of fake news and mistrust, how can we support children’s media literacy and critical thinking?

🥁🥁🥁 SPEAKERS 🥁🥁🥁:
Rachel Samrén, Chief External Affairs, Governance and Trust Officer, Telia Company
Nichole Saad, Senior Manager for Education at the Wikimedia Foundation
Mirja Hämäläinen, Digital Wellbeing Expert at Save the Children Finland
Oscar Hope, Swedish high school student, Member of Telia Children’s Advisory Panel
Moderator: Hilma Nordquist, Sustainability Engagement, Telia Company

Please share this and invite anyone you would see would be interested in this opportunity.
#telia #saferinternetday #childrenonline

Register free to join us in the conversation about trust online!
https://telia-webinars.23video.com/an-internet-we-trust-how-to/6249b3b374ec2b820417/join

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Call for applications "Youth Dialogue on Internet Governance 2021" - Salto

Call for applications “Youth Dialogue on Internet Governance 2021”! Applications are open until 7 February!

Within the YOUthDIG framework, participants will have the opportunity to:

⭐Experience peer-learning and networking with youth residing in Europe
⭐Learn about Internet governance and how to get involved in ⭐Internet Governance Forum (IGF) processes
⭐Discuss and exchange ideas with experienced Internet policy practitioners
⭐Develop policy messages and present them at EuroDIG and the global IGF
Read more from the Participation Resource Pool!

participationpool.eu The Youth Dialogue on Internet Governance (YOUthDIG) is a yearly pre-event to the European Dialogue on Internet Governance (EuroDIG) aimed to foster active youth participation…

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The yoga world is riddled with anti-vaxxers and QAnon believers

We love yoga 🧘🏾‍♀️🧘🏽‍♂️ and are not making generalisations here (had to make this disclaimer!), and this article is just food for thought. It shows how conspiracy theories and disinformation is spread. ⭐The author Cecile Guerin monitors the spread of online disinformation and conspiracy theories as her daily job. She never expected to find conspiracy theories and disinformation at her yoga class. Well, I guess it's a good thing we're hosting yet another webinar about Media and Information Literacy today together with Finnish National Agency 🇫🇮 #MILskills #Medialiteracy #MediaAndInformationLiteracy #MIL

wired.co.uk In my day job, I monitor the spread of online disinformation and conspiracy theories. I never expected to find them at my yoga class

SALTO PI – Promoting Youth Participation Across Europe

We develop strategic and innovative action to encourage youth participation in democratic life. This means organising trainings, events, issuing publications and creating strategies on youth participation and communication. We also support the National Agencies of Erasmus+ (and the youth field in general) to gain more expertise on evolving youth participation trends, including digital participation. We also work intensively on media literacy, critical thinking and sense of initiative and communication. Why? Because there is no participation without information. SALTO-YOUTH stands for Support, Advanced Learning and Training Opportunities for Youth. It works within the Erasmus+ Youth programme, the EU programme for education, training, youth and sport. And SALTO network is built of seven different resource centres each focusing on specific region of Europe and the Erasmus+ programme countries or to a specific topic. The aim of the network is to develop non-formal learning resources for youth workers and youth leaders and organise training and contact-making activities to support organisations and National Agencies (NAs) within the frame of the European Commission's Erasmus+ Youth programme, European Solidarity Corps and beyond.

SALTO Participation and Information Resource Centre (SALTO PI) stands for promoting youth participation. Who would have guessed!? Youth participation is not merely a nice thing to do - it is a fundamental right of young people. Its principles are enshrined in international treaties of the United Nations, laws, policy documents and resolutions of the European Union and its member states. This means youth participation should be everywhere and in all levels of life. That’s a lot. And naturally SALTO PI has our own priority areas.


  • Participation should happen everywhere. No decision about young people should be made without their involvement. Youth participation is and should be an integral part of democratic governance on all levels. But youth participation can also happen outside of youth work, education, policy making and public sector in general. It can and should be promoted in other areas, such as private sector, family life and sport.

  • Participation is smart. Young people are increasingly engaging with new technologies and digital media. There is clearly a role for online or „smart“ youth work practice, in terms of exploiting a new space for youth work in a meaningful way, supporting digital literacy and enabling young people to deal with some of the associated risks. SALTO PI RC in its work will focus on proliferating opportunities for eParticipation.
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    How to Build Online Communities & Grow Organically? Episode 5
    How to Create Compelling Videos for Social Media? Episode 1
    How to Tell Stories & Get Started With Video Creation? Episode 3
    How to Promote Your Content on Social Media? Episode 4
    How to Define Your Audience, Set the Goals & Choose the Channels? Episode 2
    How to Create Compelling Videos for Social Media?
    Why Video and Photo Manipulation Is Something Everyone Should Be Aware of?
    Live Q & A: Media and Information Literacy + Youth Work = <B
    What is Media and Information Literacy and Why it's Important for Youth Work?
    Case Study: Estonian Web Police Guarding Safety on Internet
    Disinformation – When False Information Appears as True
    How to Create a Great a Great Project? Episode 6

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