SALTO-Youth Participation & Information

SALTO-Youth Participation & Information

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‘Youth-led Street Sport for All' Online Conference This online conference about ‘Youth-led Street Sport for All’ (YSSA) aims at increasing participation in street sports, strengthening social inclusion and promoting voluntary activity among disadvantaged children and youth
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
We are excited to now have more than 35+ films at our Climate Cinema - a virtual film festival for impact! Join us for the grand finale on September 30 for a full-day experience of theater, short films, documentaries, and immersive technology that will highlight innovative solutions for our environment. Sign up for your ticket now with a donation of anywhere from US$1, and we will send an access code with more details to attend. Climate Cinema - a virtual film festival for impact Wednesday, September 30, 2020 10 AM – all day for a 24 hour film festival! Registration: https://bit.ly/Climate-Cinema-Sept30 Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/3311349339005775/
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!
🌀 Meet current volunteers who are doing their EuSC in Russia on Friday, June 5 It’s time to blow some age-old myths about the country and its people out of the water, so we decided to share our volunteer experience with you! Get to know the European Solidarity Corps, find out how to apply for a project in Russia, listen what the volunteers have to say about their Russian volunteering experience, where they are working, where they travelled to and much more and ask them any question you like! Our event will be hosted by 12 volunteers from 7 countries, who will represent 4 Russian cities and 6 different organisations. Meet our volunteers: Sabina, Germany – ESC in St. Petersburg (Moderator) Fabian, Germany – ESC in St. Petersburg Nade, Italy – ESC in St. Petersburg Alice, Belgium – ESC in St. Petersburg Aurélien, France – ESC in St. Petersburg Henriette, Germany – ESC in St. Petersburg Lidia, Poland – ESC in St. Petersburg Adriana, Italy – ESC in Samara Beatrice, Italy – ESC in Samara Ewa, Poland – ESC in Yoshkar-Ola Emma, Spain – ESC in Yoshkar-Ola Zuzana, Slovakia – ESC in Krasnoyarsk ●️ Friday, June 5, 18 pm CEST ●️ Zoom meeting; Registration is compulsory to receive the Zoom link and password: https://form.jotform.com/201490741521346 ● Working language will be English. If you have any questions please contact Sabina Triseckin. #europeansolidaritycorps #escvoluteers #escvolunteering
An interactive webinar on reception and participation of migrants and refugees.
Hello from Turkey. We need a sport association for our ka105 project. Please write to [email protected]
We are back with the third edition of YTS Virtual MUN! The lockdown due to COVID-19 has created many restrictions which have compelled us to stay at home. Hence, with the main motto of engaging youth in debate, dialogues and discussions and connecting them with global youth and as a part of Road to Everest International Model United Nations 2020, Youth Thinkers’ Society is organizing its Third Edition of YTS Virtual Model UN Conference in collaboration with the US Embassy Nepal. The conference is scheduled for 2nd and 3rd May 2020 from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM (GMT+5:45). Make your day fruitful by registering to the YTS Virtual MUN. To apply, please click the link given below: https://forms.gle/sbewwjcwrf88ofmPA #RoadtoEIMUN2020 #YTSNepal #USEmbassy #EIMUN2020
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:

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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Žinių ekonomikos forumas

Discussing Media and Information Literacy and education. SALTO PI promoting ✨youth work and non-formal education practices✨. Watch live now: https://fb.watch/1-oWlqw8sh/

Experts discuss how we can strengthen cooperation between Baltics on MIL education! 🤝
#BalticMILSummit

Žinių ekonomikos forumas

We're ✨ LIVE now ✨ in cooperation with DW Akademie Europe and Central Asia, Žinių ekonomikos forumas and Baltic Centre for Media Excellence hosting the event Baltic MIL Summit: The Dark Side of Media and Information Literacy. Watch the event on Facebook and share your thoughts in the comments 👇

Opening of the #BalticMILSummit, followed by Marija Ratković keynote presentation “(Re)Born in Media: New Horizons of Media Literacy and Identity in Digital Environment” 👤📱

🤩🥳 SALTO network is 20 years old! 🤩🥳 What makes a network? People! Humans like you! 💙 With the ideas, aspirations, work, dedication, humour and learning moments you've designed us and helped us grow. THANK YOU! This is why we'd like to celebrate the humans of SALTO! So let's kick off! Meet ✨ 𝐃𝐚𝐧 𝐌𝐨𝐱𝐨𝐧! ✨

𝐃𝐚𝐧 𝐰𝐚𝐬 𝐬𝐡𝐨𝐜𝐤𝐞𝐝 𝐚𝐭 𝐦𝐞𝐞𝐭𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐚 𝐲𝐨𝐮𝐭𝐡 𝐜𝐨𝐮𝐧𝐜𝐢𝐥 𝐩𝐫𝐞𝐬𝐢𝐝𝐞𝐧𝐭 𝐰𝐡𝐨 𝐰𝐚𝐬 𝐛𝐚𝐥𝐝𝐞𝐫 𝐭𝐡𝐚𝐧 𝐡𝐢𝐦...
Participating in my first SALTO event was quite an eye-opener. Here I was, with my youth work qualification and work experience in England, with what I thought was a clear understanding of what youth work should be and what it should do.

I remember before my trip, that a lot of my colleagues in the UK mentioned the UK youth work sector as a reference point for many in Europe, and so I wondered what it was that I could learn from European colleagues.

I was not quite sure what to expect but, looking back, I went with a certain dose of Anglocentrism, and the first activity at the event was the start of this being challenged. I was paired with someone from another country, and we were supposed to share details of our experience in youth work. To my surprise the other person, a balding man in his 30s, turned out to be representing a local youth council in his town. I was working with youth councils in the North West of England at the time and in my experience most youth council leaders there were hardly over 17. I couldn’t understand how a youth council member could be older than a youth worker.

I became more involved in Erasmus activities, as a result of that first SALTO training, my European learning path was not a straightforward one. It took me a while to understand that European youth work was not about saying what is better and what is worse, but seeing commonalities and learning from each other between different countries. I remember once working on a youth exchange with a German partner and insisted on each group bringing a youth worker as I saw this as a way of increasing safeguarding measures for all young people involved. The German group reluctantly obliged. Then when, one of the German participants fell ill during the exchange and I immediately called upon the youth worker to seek their help, but it turned out the young people on the exchange had already taken care of their friend and were fully in control of the situation. This made me reflect on the balance between caring for and protecting young people and allowing them to grow independent and resilient, a balance I feel we often tip the other way in UK youth work.

As one of my new SALTO colleagues and an experienced trainer later told me, after I explained the ‘bald man’s challenge’ to them - there are different ways of being young. These days I realise how much UK youth work can learn from other countries. To me this is what I enjoy most about working with the SALTOs. It’s not just finding out the differences that exist in youth work, but it’s also building on the commonalities, as part of building Europe together. I don’t know what that will look like after Brexit, but I know it’s something I’m still committed to.

🔵 Dan works for the SALTO network as a researcher and trainer and is a member of SALTO PI Think Tank on Participation.

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2020 has been an extraordinary year in many ways and not all of it has been a fun ride. But surprisingly, we're in a celebration mood because the SALTO network is 20 years old! 🥳 There is plenty of reasons to be grateful, happy and a bit nostalgic looking back at those times. What makes a network? People! Humans like you!

With the ideas, aspirations, work, dedication, humour and learning moments you've designed us and helped us grow. This is why we'd like to celebrate the humans of SALTO! Inspired by the famous "Humans of New York" we play tribute to all people who have helped us to support youth work in Europe.

We are so grateful for the countless helping hands who have made "us" possible, and there are surely more than 20... But as we've become 20 (and it's a nice round number 😉), we take a look at 20 personal stories of people who have influenced and impacted the SALTO network and who themselves have been somehow touched by us, the SALTO network. And yes, that also means YOU. Maybe you know them or get to meet them some day?

✨ 𝐇𝐚𝐩𝐩𝐲 𝟐𝟎𝐭𝐡 𝐛𝐢𝐫𝐭𝐡𝐝𝐚𝐲 𝐭𝐨 𝐚𝐥𝐥 𝐨𝐟 𝐮𝐬! ✨

🎂PS: We wish we could offer you cake, hug as many of you in person as possible and come together for fun events. We will do that as soon as we can. But meanwhile, let's share our stories online. We'd like to hear your stories as well – share them in social media by using #SALTO20 🥰✨

With the pandemic, the youth work sector has been forced to go digital. What national policies are helping young workers acquire digital skills, and what digital services are available to young people?

📣Tomorrow, on 24 November at 11:00 CET, join the Eurydice Network talks on their page! 📣

With the pandemic, the youth work sector has been forced to go digital. What national policies are helping young workers acquire digital skills, and what digital services are available to young people?

On 24 November at 11:00 CET, join the Eurydice Network talks on this page 🖥️

How does COVID-19 impact young people and youth participation in the UK? Volunteering in the UK saw a boost like no other in one of the largest mobilisations of people under capitalism ever seen in the UK. But there are also very worrying sad facts that need our attention.

⭐️ Let's start with inspiration first! ⭐️
Sophie lives in a village which is mainly inhabited by elderly people. Sophie and four of her friends set up a support system to help the people in her village who needed help during the pandemic. Sophie alone delivered over 3000 prescriptions and over 400 shopping lists! She also joined the Stockport Spidermen group, where they used their one-hour exercise allocation dressed as superheroes to cheer up people who were stuck inside. Sophie walked an incredible 100 km in 24 hours dressed up as Wonder Woman to fundraise over £50,000 for NHS charities. Sophie has made friends with one of her neighbours, 89-year-old Wendy, who writes Sophie a poem each time she goes to visit.

📣 Read our fresh story on COVID-19 and youth participation 📣 In the series of articles on this topic we cooperate with various authors and exploring challenges, threats, opportunities, statistics, research and share personal stories of activism and creativity.

Read the story: https://participationpool.eu/resource/the-youth-volunteering-boom-young-peoples-local-volunteering-during-the-covid-19-pandemic-in-the-uk/

And for those who have strength to get an overview of heartbreaking facts:

💔 The Office for National Statistics has found that the residents of the poorest parts of England and Wales are dying at twice the rate of the residents of the richest, and one in three of the patients admitted to critical care units are from ethnic minorities, while making up only 13% of the population.

💔 One UK city, Portsmouth, has already seen a more than 200% increase in youth unemployment since September 2019.

✨ This amazing story has been written by Carly Walker-Dawson who is an educator and trainer in non-formal education on a global level specialising in the topic of inclusion from an intersectional approach. Carly is currently studying an MSc in Comparative Politics at the London School of Economics and Political Science in the UK.

🏊‍♀️🏊🌊 Dive in to the Participation Resource Pool 🌊🏊‍♀️🏊 to find useful resources on youth participation, media and information literacy!
#participationresourcepool #saltopi #youthparticipation

European Youth

⚡💙 The 🆕 version of the European Youth Portal is here! 💙⚡
‼️ It has been updated in line with the latest digital trends and views of young people expressed during the consultations across the EU.
‼️ It is the right place for information on opportunities for youth to study, train, volunteer, work or get involved in Europe and beyond.
‼️ It is a reliable source of information ℹ️ on democratic participation, sustainable development, human rights and peacebuilding.
‼️ It is the entry point for young people to register, apply and take part in the 🇪🇺 European Solidarity Corps, DiscoverEU and Erasmus+ Virtual exchange.
‼️ Since now it centralises the information related to the EU YouthStrategy and the EU Youth Dialogue.
‼️ It is available in up to 2️⃣8️⃣ languages! Not only you can ask your question in your mother tongue, you will also receive a reply in your native language.
‼️ 💙 European Youth Portal! 💙 It‘s YOUR‘S!
‼️ ➡️ https://europa.eu/youth/

⚡💙 The 🆕 version of the European Youth Portal is here! 💙⚡

‼️ It has been updated in line with the latest digital trends and views of young people expressed during the consultations across the EU.

‼️ It is the right place for information on opportunities for youth to study, train, volunteer, work or get involved in Europe and beyond.

‼️ It is a reliable source of information ℹ️ on democratic participation, sustainable development, human rights and peacebuilding.

‼️ It is the entry point for young people to register, apply and take part in the 🇪🇺 European Solidarity Corps, DiscoverEU and Erasmus+ Virtual exchange.

‼️ Since now it centralises the information related to the EU YouthStrategy and the EU Youth Dialogue.

‼️ It is available in up to 2️⃣8️⃣ languages! Not only you can ask your question in your mother tongue, you will also receive a reply in your native language.

‼️ 💙 European Youth Portal! 💙 It‘s YOUR‘S!

‼️ ➡️ https://europa.eu/youth/

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We are as strong as the weakest among us - Salto

Is COVID-19 a great equaliser? Are we all affected by it similarly? Not really. Who is more affected? How could youth work support? What are the main problems?

🔵 OECD found that vulnerable communities are disproportionately more affected than other communities.
🔵 There is a clear risk of the exclusion of young people based on gender, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status in post-pandemic democratic life.
🔵 As most youth services moved online because of the pandemic, are we creating even more divide?

According to OECD research, the disruption in young people’s access to information, education, and employment as a result of the social and economic downturns of COVID-19 is likely to put this young generation on much more fragile ground financially and socially (OECD, 2020).

📣 Fresh story published about COVID-19 and youth participation! 📣 We're working together with various authors to explore how youth participation is affected by the pandemic. We focus on challenges, smart hacks, new research, real stories and examples.

🏊‍♀️🏊Dive in to the Participation Resource Pool 🏊🏊‍♀️ to read the full story and find over 500 useful resources on Youth Participation! https://participationpool.eu/resource/we-are-as-strong-as-the-weakest-among-us/

⭐️ The author of this story is Amr Arafa, a youth worker and researcher in education. His work focuses on youth participation and non-formal education. In addition to working with youth organisations to provide educational services to youth outside of formal education, he develops curricula for school students based on participatory and interactive approaches.

participationpool.eu Amr Arafa

JUGEND für Europa

✨ Recommended! Livestreamed on Tuesday and on Thursday on Facebook by JUGEND für Europa – “YOUTH IN EUROPE: OFFENBURG TALKS 2020". The talks are about the future of civil society and of youth work in the times of post-democracy and neoliberalism as contemporary key political issues.

📣These interesting talks will be streamed - don't miss out! 📣
DAY 1, TUESDAY:
1️⃣ “The Space for Civil Society: Shrinking? Growing? Changing?“ What is the issue, what is civil society and its relationship to the state and to the market? – Siri Hummel, Maecenata Institute for Philanthropy and Civil Society
2️⃣ “Shrinking youth civic spaces” – Tomaž Deželan, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
3️⃣ “What the Future Wants – a critical look at digital technologies designed for young people” – Daisy Kidd, Project Coordinator at Tactical Tech, Berlin, Germany
4️⃣ “Using narratives as data to investigate shrinking youth work practices and spaces” – Rareş Augustin Crăiuţ, European Confederation of Youth Clubs (ECYC)
We will start at 9am and end at about 12pm.

DAY 2, THURSDAY:
1️⃣ “An empty bottle? Youth work in Italy, between old challenges and new spaces” – Maurizio Merico, University of Salerno
2️⃣ “Which space for political commitment within youth work in France?” – Laurent Besse / Jérôme Camus, University of Tours
https://www.facebook.com/jugendfuereuropa.de/posts/10159361694679410

📡 Day 1, part 2 of YOUTH IN EUROPE: OFFENBURG TALKS 2020

“YOUTH IN EUROPE: OFFENBURG TALKS 2020" is about the future of civil society and of youth work in the times of post-democracy and neoliberalism as contemporary key political issues.

These interesting talks are streamed:
3️⃣ “What the Future Wants – a critical look at digital technologies designed for young people” – Daisy Kidd, Project Coordinator at Tactical Tech, Berlin, Germany
4️⃣ “Using narratives as data to investigate shrinking youth work practices and spaces” – Rareş Augustin Crăiuţ, European Confederation of Youth Clubs (ECYC)

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Mask, gloves and the continued striving for activism in young people’s response to the pandemic - Salto

❓How prepared are youth workers, local authorities and civil society organisations to provide support and ensure inclusive spaces for meaningful youth participation in a pandemic?
❓Can online activism really replace the power of young people coming together, taking the streets, occupying decision-making spaces?
❓Can youth voices be heard as loudly through a computer speaker?

“During lockdown I got a lot more involved in youth activism, particularly through my local youth council” says Adam Lambe, a 17-year-old from Monaghan County in Ireland. “Lockdown was difficult but instead of switching off I sprang into action by working with young people in my locality to publish resources like helpline numbers and provide COVID-19 advice to young people to keep them informed and help support them through this difficult time.”

While gatherings were possible, even though they were advised against, Adam also joined an anti-racism demonstration organised by a group called Monaghan against racism. In this way, young people in rural Ireland also wanted to show solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement that was heating up on the other side of the Atlantic, and deemed it worthy to do in spite of the pandemic.

⭐️ Aleksandra Maldžiski took a closer look and interviewed young active people from Ireland 🇮🇪, Portugal 🇵🇹, Austria 🇦🇹, Finland 🇫🇮 and Serbia 🇷🇸

Read Aleksandra's story here: https://participationpool.eu/resource/mask-gloves-and-the-continued-striving-for-activism-in-young-peoples-response-to-the-pandemic/

🏊‍♀️ Jump in to the Participation Resource Pool to find more resources and inspiration on youth participation and Media and Information Literacy! We'll be publishing more articles about youth participation in times of the pandemic working together with different authors across Europe to share stories, experiences, challenges and inspiration! ✨

👇Share your thoughts with us in comments below!
#participationresourcepool #divein #youthparticipation

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Youth work during pandemic times - how the field felt the pandemic - Salto

Let's talk about youth workers feelings! We know, it's not attractive to post research stories, but we're rebels like that here and suggest you be a bit rebel as well! Read it! 😎 This story written by freelance trainer Stefan Georgiev explores how was the near and distant future of youth work perceived and how did the Covid-19 pandemic affect youth participation.

🧐 Why read this story?
📣 Be ready and approach your work based on knowledge (better results!)
📣 Stay up to date to adapt your work the best way possible
📣 Promote reading research and support evidence based youth work 💙

We're publishing a series of stories in cooperation with authors from across Europe to explore COVID-19 impact on youth work and youth participation.

🏊‍♀️ Dive in to the Participation Resource Pool to find more inspiration, research and tools on Youth Participation. 🏊‍♀️
Read the full story here: https://participationpool.eu/resource/youth-work-during-pandemic-times-how-the-field-felt-the-pandemic/

participationpool.eu Stefan Georgiev

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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    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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