The conference will inform about current developments on EU-Level, present concrete practice, enable participants to get a hands-on-experience on tools that are useful for their daily work and reflect on the role of youth workers in a digital world.
Conference will bring togehter 100 – 120 youth workers and youth work stakeholders from Europe and create a space to examine the concept of digital youth work from diverse angles.
The 3rd edition of a training course on youth policy making which consists of seminars, in-between measures and follow-up activities. The seminar aims to inspire and empower actors in the youth field to shape European youth policies in theory and practice.
The seminar is addressed to researchers in education, NA-related researchers in the fields addressed by NA support schemes, policy makers in education, representatives of organizations engaged in support schemes in the education sector.
Final event of project “EUth – Tools and Tips for Mobile and Digital Youth Participation in and across Europe”. By bringing public, non-profit and private sectors together, new synergies, knowledge and partnerships for youth eParticipation will be built.
In conjunction with the 13th ASEM Foreign Ministers’ Meeting (ASEM FMM13)
“Digital Youth – What’s ahead of us?” is an international activity in the cycle of seminars on “E-democracy: connecting European Youth and Politics through Digital Tools” that sets out to promote digital democracy and e-participation.