SALTO-Youth Participation & Information

SALTO-Youth Participation & Information

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CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The Not Alone in Europe project offers one-day training for youth workers meeting young LGBTQ+ migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers in order to make them more confident with intersectional approaches in their work. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The aim of the event is to enable the participants to reinforce their knowledge about the issues that the target group is facing and contribute to their social integration. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Who can apply: - People living in Turkey - Youth workers, educators, community mediators, and social workers. SIGN UP:
CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The Not Alone in Europe project offers one-day training for youth workers meeting young LGBTQ+ migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers in order to make them more confident with intersectional approaches in their work. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The aim of the event is to enable the participants to reinforce their knowledge about the issues that the target group is facing and contribute to their social integration. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Who can apply: - People living in Turkey - Youth workers, educators, community mediators, and social workers. SIGN UP:
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Do you want to spend two months at the “Villa International” in Magdeburg, Germany and be a part of a multicultural team of 15 young people? Are you willing to make friends with youngsters from different countries and together with them bring positive changes to the local community? Apply now for our Volunteering Team “Villa International” (Erasmus+, European Solidarity Corps) ⏰ Application period ends 15th January 2020, 23:59 CET ⏰ The applications will be reviewed in the mid-January WE ARE LOOKING FOR YOUNG PEOPLE WHO ☑️ are 18+, outgoing and willing to enjoy the springtime in Germany with people from all around Europe; ☑️ like international environment and are happy to represent their country/region; ☑️ are able to decide fast whether they are ready to participate and then stick to their decision; ☑️ are interested in learning German/speak German a little. ☑️ come from one of the countries involved in European Solidarity Corps programme, either participating or partner country. If you are not sure, check it here: https://www.eusolidaritycorps.org.uk/countries-connected-european-solidarity-corps FACTS ABOUT THE VOLUNTEERING TEAM: - 15 young people (18-30 years) from 13 different countries; - accommodation in shared bedrooms (2-3 individuals per room) at European Youth Education Centre Magdeburg; - pocket money, food and the possibility to cook will be provided. RESPONSIBILITIES AND TASKS: - implementation of activities for local community (language classes, presentations of your cultures, workshops on dancing, singing, cooking and other skills you can share); - organization of other events at the Villa; - travelling to the other youth centers in the region of Saxony-Anhalt and helping to organize activities there; - general work in the Youth Education Center, including some handy work; - also be ready to clean after yourself. ✈️ Travel expenses will be paid up to a fixed amount Details: https://www.bildungsnetzwerk-magdeburg.de/villa-international/ Application Form: https://forms.gle/YMJvTnSgPm7y4pu98 GOEUROPE! Sachsen-Anhalt
Hey, how can I find my local National Agency (NA) or SALTO? it says to contact them about flight reimbursements but I can't find that information in your web sites (ps I'm from Israel).
pls tag your friends from Germany we are looking for urgently 2 participiants from Germany for a Erasmus+ project (TC) which will be held in Minsk/Belarus between 15-24 October 2019 ⚠️✈️Travel costs up to limit and %100 of accommodation and food will be covered by the project budget. Could you tag if you know some German people 🤞 There is no age limit, please contact to [email protected]
[Youth Exchange en Grèce] Call for French participants If anyone's interested in going to Greece 2-12 November for a Youth Exchange 'How to LGBTQ+', send an email to [email protected] ☺️ Nous cherchons des jeunes 18-25 ans pour partir en Grèce pour le youth exchange 'How to LGBTQ+' Plus que 5 places disponibles. Envoyer un e-mail à [email protected] si vous êtes intéressé. 🌈☺️
#EULEARN Take part to the #erasmusdays contest!!! 🇪🇺 More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/2355678807861116/
[URGENT] ONLY FOR SPANISH Llamada de última hora. Buscamos a un/-a joven de entre 18 y 30 años para participar en nuestro intercambio juvenil del 1 a 9 de agosto de 2019. Un poco más de 30 años acceptamos. SOCIAL MEDIA and ACTIVE YOU(th) es un proyecto FINANCIADO POR ERASMUS PLUS que reúne a 42 jóvenes de 6 países diferentes: España, Italia, Polonia, Moldavia, Rusia y Estonia para desarrollar una ciudadanía activa utilizando las redes sociales como herramienta principal. Si te gusta los temas de redes sociales, de como los jóvenes lo usan en sus día a día, y quieres saber las realidades de otros lugares de Europa, si hablas un poco inglés... Pues esta es tu oportunidad. TODO PAGADO (ALOJAMIENTO, 3 COMIDAS DIARIAS, ALMUERZO Y MERIENDA) POR EL PRESUPUESTO DEL MISMO PROYECTO. PROBARAS COMIDAS DE OTROS LUGARES TAMBIÉN. Llámanos/WhatsAppnos: 717701724 mándanos tu CV a [email protected].
Hi, I applied for a training course on your website closing date has well past when do you inform someone if they got a place or not??
EVS PROJECT IN PAMPLONA, SPAIN! 12 months in the field of development education and social transformation with SETEM Navarra-Nafarroa! We are a development and a volunteer-based NGO. Our goal is to raise awareness in our society about North-South inequalities, to report their causes and promote social, individual and collective changes, to achieve a fairer and more solidary world. We believe in a culture of international solidarity that respects the dignity of the "peoples of the south" and oriented to expose and eradicate the structural causes of inequalities. Our fields of action are: - Awareness and training through courses, solidarity camps, workshops, publications and campaigns - The promotion of alternatives, mainly about Fair Trade, Ethical Finance and Solidarity Economy through campaigns, specialized programs and by selling Fair Trade products - Solidarity with organizations of "countries of the South" through exchanges and cooperation. More information about us: www.setem.org/navarra More information about the project a: https://europa.eu/youth/volunteering/project/14104_en Application deadline: 14 of july 2019 Duration of the project: 1st September 2019 – 31st August 2020 If you are interested in our project, please send us your CV and motivation letter at the following email address: [email protected] And please, fill this questionary: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1dCdQEJImyr3QckIcR08w8m7XICpCgdahV5xjo_KwREs/edit ¡Muévete y cambiaremos el mundo! ;) #EVS #Pamplona #Spain #SETEM #Volunteering

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/

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.

Johanna Schwarz (26) is a UN youth representative, climate activist and a strong advocate for youth participation in international politics. She has served in the Youth Steering Committee of the UN Department of Global Communications and leading an ECOSOC-associated youth NGO. But that's not all! She's a resource on her own, at least we think so! JOIN OUR WEBINAR Participation & Information for A Sustainable Green Europe 🎉 to:

♻️ discover what we can learn from environmentalism for promoting youth participation by looking at the history of youth environmental activism and existing trends in young people’s journeys to becoming environmental activists
♻️talk about environmentalism as a one of the few truly inherently intergenerational topics
♻️ deep dive into youth environmental activism in times of climate change by looking into the FfF movement and analyzing its success factors in terms of youth participation
♻️ discuss how environmentalism can be transformed into real political change and whether civil disobedience is a key criteria for successful youth environmental activism
♻️ share Do’s and Don’ts for the interaction with decision makers, media and the general public, based on their own experiences as young environmental activists

The webinar will end with a Q&A session.

🔥Apply for the webinar to guarantee you have a spot: http://trainings.salto-youth.net/8733🔥

Live Q&A with Experts on Youth Participation

Youth Participation – the Good, the Bad and the Online

Youth Participation – the Good, the Bad and the Online

What is youth participation?
What does good or bad youth participation look like?
What are some important things to consider when running a youth participation project?
What are some things to avoid?

About the Experts:
Cristina Bacalso is an independent research consultant based in Berlin, Germany, with a specialisation in public policies and programming for adolescents and youth. She has over 12 years of experience in policy, research, and advocacy, including 5 years as the Research Coordinator for Youth Policy Labs, a global think-tank specifically focusing on youth. She has led methodology development for research projects on youth for UN agencies (ex. UNICEF, UNDP, UN Secretary General’s Envoy on Youth), international NGOs, European agencies, and national governments. Her research specialisations are in literature and policy reviews, consultations with youth, survey development, focus groups, and participatory research with young people. Most recently, she completed a year-long mapping and synthesis of evidence on adolescent development for UNICEF Innocenti, which will go on to inform a new global research agenda on adolescents. Cristina is a co-author of the Commonwealth’s 2016 Youth Development Index; a member of the UNICEF expert group on adolescent participation; an On Think Tanks “Integral Leaders for Global Challenges Fellowship” alumni; and a member of the pool of European Youth Researchers coordinated by the partnership between the European Commission and the Council of Europe in the field of youth.

Dan Moxon has nearly twenty years experience in youth participation, as both a youth worker and a researcher. He has run participatory projects a local, regional, national and international level, focusing enabling young people to influence anything from transport to terrorism policy, and with young people from wide range of different backgrounds and ages. Dan is a director of People Dialogue and Change, a consultancy specialising in youth participation and a member of the pool of European Youth Researchers coordinated by the partnership between the European Commission and the Council of Europe in the field of youth.
This video has been created and the online event is organised by SALTO Participation and Information Resource Centre (SALTO PI).

Welcome!!!

Live Q & A - introducing the experts. To see the full session, check the recording of the full session (top post on our feed) :)

[04/03/20]   Youth Participation – the Good, the Bad and the Online

What is youth participation? What does good or bad youth participation look like? What are some important things to consider when running a youth participation project? What are some things to avoid?

ALSO – can there be any meaningful youth participation during the COVID-19 pandemic which has made it impossible to hold events and share physical space?

Bit intrigued? Then this video is for you! And the following Live Q&A with Experts on Youth Participation will be something you do not want to miss out because this will be the chance to ask questions from our experts, discuss with other participants and share tips and tricks to support youth participation.

The live Q&A with Experts on Youth Participation takes place after the premier on 9 April 2:10-3:00PM CET! Live Q&A will be held in page SALTO-Youth Participation & Information. Questions to experts can be posted in comments section under the Facebook live.

About the Experts:
Cristina Bacalso is an independent research consultant based in Berlin, Germany, with a specialisation in public policies and programming for adolescents and youth. She has over 12 years of experience in policy, research, and advocacy, including 5 years as the Research Coordinator for Youth Policy Labs, a global think-tank specifically focusing on youth. She has led methodology development for research projects on youth for UN agencies (ex. UNICEF, UNDP, UN Secretary General’s Envoy on Youth), international NGOs, European agencies, and national governments. Her research specialisations are in literature and policy reviews, consultations with youth, survey development, focus groups, and participatory research with young people. Most recently, she completed a year-long mapping and synthesis of evidence on adolescent development for UNICEF Innocenti, which will go on to inform a new global research agenda on adolescents. Cristina is a co-author of the Commonwealth’s 2016 Youth Development Index; a member of the UNICEF expert group on adolescent participation; an On Think Tanks “Integral Leaders for Global Challenges Fellowship” alumni; and a member of the pool of European Youth Researchers coordinated by the partnership between the European Commission and the Council of Europe in the field of youth.

Dan Moxon has nearly twenty years experience in youth participation, as both a youth worker and a researcher. He has run participatory projects a local, regional, national and international level, focusing enabling young people to influence anything from transport to terrorism policy, and with young people from wide range of different backgrounds and ages. Dan is a director of People Dialogue and Change, a consultancy specialising in youth participation and a member of the pool of European Youth Researchers coordinated by the partnership between the European Commission and the Council of Europe in the field of youth.
This video has been created and the online event is organised by SALTO Participation and Information Resource Centre (SALTO PI).

We're looking for an online-savvy facilitator whose passion is youth participation, digital tools and who has experience in making webinars attractive and useful. The task is to facilitate set of webinars focusing on making youth participation visible. Good understanding of communication and marketing give a good edge for the candidate. Apply by 3 April 2PM CET! See more information here: https://www.salto-youth.net/tools/call-for-trainers/call/facilitator-for-webinar-thread-making-youth-participation-visible.528/

We are very curious what the Study on #political #participation of young people will reveal. 🤷‍♂️
Thanks EU-CoE youth partnership for the great meeting! 🥳
Good luck to the researchers for their upcoming work! 💪

Today, we held our first online expert group meeting for the Study on political participation of young people. We thank all participants for joining the call, sharing resources and asking important questions. We look forward to exploring many avenues of youth political participation in the coming months. Meet our participants in this group photo!

How to support youth participation during virus outbreaks when all we have is online??? 🦠 What are good practices of e-participation? Is democratic participation ensured? How to initiate quality youth participation projects? Join us online for Live Q&A with Experts on Youth Participation! As most face-to-face meetings are cancelled, we have decided to extend the deadline and you can sign up for the Q and A till 5 April! 🎉 Our trainers Cristina Bacalso and Dan Moxon are full of knowledge and resources, and so will be the other participants! JOIN US! 🌟

About the trainers:
Cristina Bacalso is an independent research consultant based in Berlin, Germany, with a specialisation in public policies and programming for adolescents and youth. She has over 12 years of experience in policy, research, and advocacy, including 5 years as the Research Coordinator for Youth Policy Labs, a global think-tank specifically focusing on youth. She has led methodology development for research projects on youth for UN agencies (ex. UNICEF, UNDP, UN Secretary General’s Envoy on Youth), international NGOs, European agencies, and national governments. Her research specialisations are in literature and policy reviews, consultations with youth, survey development, focus groups, and participatory research with young people. Most recently, she completed a year-long mapping and synthesis of evidence on adolescent development for UNICEF Innocenti, which will go on to inform a new global research agenda on adolescents. Cristina is a co-author of the Commonwealth's 2016 Youth Development Index; a member of the UNICEF expert group on adolescent participation; an On Think Tanks “Integral Leaders for Global Challenges Fellowship” alumni; and a member of the pool of European Youth Researchers coordinated by the partnership between the European Commission and the Council of Europe in the field of youth.

Dan Moxon has nearly twenty years experience in youth participation, as both a youth worker and a researcher. He has run participatory projects a local, regional, national and international level, focusing enabling young people to influence anything from transport to terrorism policy, and with young people from wide range of different backgrounds and ages. Dan is a director of People Dialogue and Change, a consultancy specialising in youth participation and a member of the pool of European Youth Researchers coordinated by the partnership between the European Commission and the Council of Europe in the field of youth.

Sign up: http://trainings.salto-youth.net/8697

The Project

This absolutely INSPIRATIONAL example why engaging young people in decision making is not a "nice to have" but a "must have"! 💛 Liam, 12 years old: "I think it shows who we can be and what we can do to make this world better. I think we should be acting as a community, as a human race. Although medicine and drugs can probably get us through this thing, something really important that’ll get us through is kindness. You are not just you in this world. You would be nothing without everyone else!"

With Victorian schools looking to shut down on Tuesday, and NSW potentially doing the same, there's one set of voices we haven't really heard from. Lisa Wilkinson sat down with some incredible, informed, and empathetic kids. This really is a must watch. The kids are more than alright.

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Why the coronavirus has led to so many conspiracy theories

"The outbreak has become a breeding ground for conspiracy theories and that's a serious problem for all of us," informs the analysis conducted by University of Mainz.

"The spread of medical conspiracy theories can also have severe consequences for other sections of society. For example, during the Black Death in Europe, Jews were scapegoated as responsible for the pandemic. These conspiracy theories led to violent attacks and massacres of Jewish communities all over Europe. The outbreak of the coronavirus has led to a worldwide increase in racist attacks targeted towards people perceived as East Asian," explains the analysis.

💛 We need youth workers and youth leaders to support developing Media and Information Literacy skills, so that we can recognise and evaluate content and make informed decisions. Do you know about any online events or tools coming up touching these topics? Let us know! Let's share resources and help stop spreading hatred and misinformation. #MILskills

rte.ie The outbreak has become a breeding ground for conspiracy theories and that's a serious problem for all of us

Quick and useful reading and especially in the light of current overload of information, misinformation, uncertainty and spreading of conspiracy theories. 📙"Conspiracy theories attempt to explain events as the secretive plots of powerful people. While conspiracy theories are not typically supported by evidence, this doesn’t stop them from blossoming. Conspiracy theories damage society in a number of ways. To help minimise these harmful effects, The Conspiracy Theory Handbook explains why conspiracy theories are so popular, how to identify the traits of conspiratorial thinking, and what are effective response strategies." Check it out: http://sks.to/conspiracy

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Online youth work and participation

Check this out! Let’s put all the resources on online youth work and participation here! Feel free to share and add! Dan, thank you for this wonderful initiative! 💛👏🏻🙌🏻

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Juha Kiviniemi: Reaching young people online

Learning doesn’t have to stop for months and months. ⭐️ Here’s a presentation about digital youth work by Juha Kiviniemi from Verke. Verke is the national Centre of Expertise for Digital Youth Work in Finland - they know what they’re talking about 😉. The time could not be more right for online learning. PS: Don’t mis out our live session and Q and A with experts of youth participation either! More info and application form: http://trainings.salto-youth.net/8697

https://youtu.be/9d4WerzXhH4

When young people are online, where are they really and what are they up to? Young people are self-organising in communities often out of reach for tradition...

Good morning! ☕️ Day two for our Expert Group on Youth Participation and work on creating a strategy to foster Youth Participation in Europe continues! 🤓 What do we aim to do here? We want to make sure that we ⭐️Implement the principles of youth participation across all actions and activities of the EU youth programmes ⭐️ Dedicate specific attention to the participation of young people with fewer opportunities ⭐️ Encourage and promote young people’s involvement in the management and implementation of the EU youth programmes ⭐️ Develop research and promote knowledge and understanding of ‘youth participation in democratic life’ as well as how the EU youth programmes can contribute to enhancing this ⭐️ Support applicants and beneficiaries developing and implementing youth projects with a quality youth participation dimension ⭐️ Demonstrate, and increase awareness of, the impact of the EU youth programmes on youth participation in democratic life The work continues and you can be part of creating and shaping this strategy when you apply for our Youth Participation Forum 4-6 May in Tallinn, Estonia 🇪🇪 Application round is open! 📣 Link: http://trainings.salto-youth.net/8603

#youthparticipation #youthparticipationforum #takeaction #applynow #youthstrategies #strategicplanning #nothingaboutyouthwithoutyouth #Erasmusplus #EuropeanSolidarityCorps #youthwork #civicaction #civicsociety #democracy #youthengagement

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It's not too late to submit your project(s) for SALTO PI Awards! Let's inspire each other by showing our work. The deadline to submit projects in our categories (✨Youth Participation, ✨Media and Information Literacy and✨ Promotion & Outreach) is ⏰ February 5. ⏰ The best practices will be awarded generously. Read more about the nominations here: https://www.salto-youth.net/rc/participation/awards/

Do you know any inspirational projects led by youth or coordinated together with young people? Have you led or participated in any of such projects yourself? SALTO PI Awards is looking for nominations on 🎉 Youth Participation projects 🎉 Media and Information Literacy projects and 🎉Communication & Outreach projects. Submit your project(s) / best practice examples by 5 February here: bit.do/fpszm (here's also where you find more information about the categories, etc ;) #comeondontbeshy #SALTOPIAwards #youthparticipation #MILskills

[01/15/20]   We're looking for inspirational projects on Youth Participation, Media and Information Literacy and Communication! Apply and inspire others to take actions and needless to say – we have cool awards for you and your team.

NOMINATE AND WIN AWARDS!

- Your projects featured on our international Participation Resource Pool
- A VIP invitation to the Conference on the Future of Youth Participation in May 2020 in Tallinn, Estoni
- Interrail tickets for your core team (5 tickets) to discover Europe
- A photo camera or 500 EUR seed money for your future amazing projects
- Being featured in a mini-documentary showcasing inspirational initiatives

WHAT PROJECTS AND WHAT TOPICS?

- Youth and the media
- Information and critical thinking (including Media and Information Literacy)
- Promotion and outreach (focusing on youth participation and the youth field in general)
- Empowerment of young people for youth participation
- Impact on decision making

WHY?

By telling stories and recognising work well done, we can inspire young people, decision makers and future applicants of Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps to do youth participation better.

Read more and submit your project here: https://www.salto-youth.net/participation/awards/

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.

  • Participation is for all young people. Every young person has the right to be involved in decisions affecting their life. That includes young people with disabilities, young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds, LGBTIQ young people, young people not in employment, education or training.

  • Participation is constantly changing. Last two decades have seen a proliferation of youth policies and the creation of participatory structures, such as youth organisations, youth and student councils and parliaments and others across Europe and globally. There is a need for continuing support and development of the important work these structures are doing. At the same time, young people have been bypassing “traditional” structures and mechanisms for participation. SALTO PI RC prioritises the developmentof alternative and innovative forms and methods for youth participation.

  • Participation is informed and evidence-based. Despite an extensive body of knowledge on youth participation, its benefits for young people, their communities and the society as a whole, better knowledge is needed of the emerging trends in participation of young people, including within the Erasmus+: Youth in Action context. Providing knowledge on young people’s social and political involvement is an asset that helps shaping better policies and practice. SALTO PI aims to support the critical usage of media – combining standard education with training which includes both online tools with offline participation formats. As critical info consumption and good analytical skills play crucial role in building culture of democratic participation, these skills need to be especially supported in the field of youth.
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    Live Q&A with Experts on Youth Participation
    Youth Participation – the Good, the Bad and the Online
    Welcome!!!
    Season's Greetings from the SALTO Resource Centres
    As surely as as the sun rises
    Media & Information Literacy Project Lab in Tallinn, Estonia
    eXploring Youth eParticipation seminar

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    Archimedes Foundation Youth Agency, Tõnismägi 5a
    Tallinn
    10119

    General information

    SALTO-YOUTH Participation and 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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