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Global Summer University in Youth Information and Counselling
Date du début: 1 oct. 2013,

The Global Summer University on Youth Information and Counselling will bring about, for twelve months, partners from Africa and Europe in order to enhance the provision of face-to-face youth information by pooling competences, gathering and analysing data and figures on young people's current needs and challenges whilst exchanging good practice and identifying trends in partners’ countries. By fostering the establishment of partnerships on current activities and future projects, and by focusing on designing national strategies for developing youth information, the University will nurture networking and synergies among practitioners, young people, decision makers, and national youth councils. The topics chosen – youth empowerment, social inclusion and participation, health, employment, access to rights – support the General Development Framework of the European Union. The main activity will consist of a learning experience lasting five working days and will be built on group work, presentations, reflections, training and partnership building activities in a non-formal education setting. The most poignant impact of the project will be raising and strengthening, in participants’ respective countries, the awareness and the understanding of the importance of youth information and counselling as a youth policy tool serving the interests of millions of young people, for it fosters their active, informed participation in civil and for it strengthens personal choices. As an outcome, national strategies based on current needs and trends will be drawn; an info-pack will be produced and distributed, including the event’s report, the analysed methodologies, and content of youth information, counselling and guidance in the chosen priority and topics. Moreover, a video of the event will be produced and disseminated, with testimonies from all involved partners.



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  • Projet sur ERASMUS platform

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