7 May 2020 | zoom.us, Estonia
Date: May 7, 2020
Time: 2-4PM CEST
Venue: zoom.us – details sent to participants before the event
The Youth Goals are the outcome of the Youth Dialogue process with over 50.000 young people across Europe. The webinar will give an insight into the ideas, success factors and learning moments behind the promotion and European distribution of the Youth Goals during their creation.
Young people, values and EU – gives you an overview how Finnish National Agency decided to distribute EU Youth strategy to the youth field by using participative methods, which was created together with group of young people.
- Learn from practitioners what methods and approaches can be used to promote youth participation
- Get inspiration on how to simplify complicated processes and messages
- Gather ideas how to put Youth Goals into practice in your country!
- Get more tips and tricks how to work with decision makers, partners and young people
- Up your knowledge on communicating the youth voice
Martin Kitzberger works as a policy officer at the Austrian National Youth Council. His fields of expertise include international and European youth politics and youth participation. He was one of the organizers of the European youth conference in Vienna in 2018 and contributed to the development and dissemination of the Youth Goals.
Annina Kurki is working for Finnish National Agency for Erasmus+ and European Solidarity corps (EDUFI). She has worked in the field of youth work over 10 year before starting her work at NA. She was part of the team who co-created the Young people, values and EU – model.
Lauri Keskiväli is a drama and theater coach, who was responsible for creating the method Young people, values and EU, together with the group of young people. He works for the city of Lahti.
In order to take part of this webinar, participants will have to ensure following technical requirements are guaranteed to have a good webinar experience:
- Wifi or 3G/4G network
- microphone (optional)
- webcam (optional)
The event is organised by SALTO Participation and Information Resource Ce