Events

E.g., 2017-09-20
E.g., 2017-09-20
6 July
to 7 July

National Workshop on development of cross-sectorial cooperation in the field of youth and young people’s involvement in state youth policies

Odessa, Ukraine

Aims of the National Workshop is: 

To discuss and identify the key obstacles to mainstreaming youth issues across relevant policy areas and young people’s involvement in policy design processes

15 June
to 19 June

Summer School - "Democracy and market economy as mechanisms of conflict management"

Odessa

The Summer School refers to the question whether democracy and market economy contribute to internal and external conflict prevention or resolution. Especially in the case of Ukraine and Moldova it is to be explored how ongoing conflicts can be ascribed to the political and economic need for reform. (more...)

8 June
to 26 June

Summer Academy for Young Professionals (Lund/Malmö)

Lund/Malmö, Sweden

The Swedish Institute invites young professionals to apply to the SI Summer Academy for Young Professionals (SAYP), a training programme that will take place in June 2015 in cooperation between SI, Lund University and Malmö University. The aim of the programme is to build new networks, knowledge and practices for increased transparency, efficiency and resilience in public administration.

8 June
to 9 June

EPYRU Regional Seminar Chisinau - Mainstreaming of youth issues across relevant policy spheres

Chisinau, Moldova

  The Regional Seminar’s objectives are:

  1. To present the EPYRU e-Learning Distance Portal as a capacity development tool to make state youth policy cross-sectorial and participatory;
  2. To present countries plans of cross-sectorial mechanisms on national level;
  3. To describe future theoretical model of cross-sectorial cooperation in Eastern Partnership countries (who’s involved, how it works);
  4. To share good existing practices of cross-sectorial cooperation;
  5. To discuss implementation phases for recommendations focus on improvement of cross-sectorial cooperation in Eastern Partnership countries.

See here for photo and video coverage of the Seminar.

27 May

EPYRU Seminar: Youth Employment

Stepanavan, Armenia

  The overall aim of the Seminar on Youth Employment is to present main gaps, achievements, and the best practises in EaP region to be addressed to youth employment issues, to team up for relevant recommendations to the government.

25 May
to 26 May

EPYRU Regional Seminar Stepanavan: Capacity Development of Government and Civil Society Actors In Youth Policy

Stepanavan, Armenia

The objectives of the Regional Seminar are:  to present tools and approaches on enhancing the involvement of a broad range of stakeholders, including young people in youth policy formulation, implementation and evaluation;  to present EPYRU e-Learning Distance Portal  as a capacity development tool to make state youth policy participatory.

5 May
to 14 May

Training for trainers in youth participation

Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine

24 youth workers and young leaders from 6 different countries (Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, Armenia, Ukraine and Georgia) will participate in the course, which will last 9 days.The main aim of the project is to strengthen youth participation through improving young leaders and youth workers competences in non-formal education methods. The course will be in Russian. Deadline 11 April. More details here

23 April
to 24 April

EPYRU Regional Seminar Baku - Youth Participation

Baku

 This two day regional seminar involving representatives from across the Eastern Partnership  countries considers new approaches to governmental cooperation with youth in the Eastern Partnership  countries so as to  engage young people in youth policy formulation. The seminar, which will be addressed by European and local experts and by EPYRU Team Leader  Hans-Jürgen Maethwill include a visit to a Youth Centre.

Presentation:

EU Good Practice - Youth Inclusion

22 April

EPYRU Seminar on Youth Work Indicators

Baku, Azerbaijan

  The seminar, involving representatives from across the Eastern Partnership  countries, will be dedicated to youth work indicators, to discuss and share best practice and discuss how these norms can be introduced to EaP countries’ policies. The seminar will be addressed by experts including representatives from UNESCO and the Council of Europe, as well as EPYRU Team Leader Mr. Hans-Jürgen Maeth.

Presentations:

EU indicators in the field of youth

EU Good Practice on Youth Work Indicators

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