The problems and needs of young people are increasingly complex, global and diverse. Recognizing these requires youth organizations and youth workers to develop new technical and scientific methods and tools. Within the project “YOUTHLAND19.27”, implemented by a consortium of organizations from Portugal, Romania, Greece and Slovenia, we will collect examples of good practices for diagnostics, strategic planning and involvement of young people in the processes of co-creating youth programs.
The project, funded by the Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnerships programme, will until October 2020. During this time, ten youth workers will be involved in Job Shadowing, an innovative way of learning in the workplace that allows for the exchange of ways of working and good practices. Meetings and training will also be held to plan, test and evaluate the collected strategies and good practices, thus improving the quality of measures in the field of youth work and adapting them to the needs of young people.
The project is supported by the Erasmus + Strategic Partnerships (KA2) program, the holder is PSIENTIFICA (Agueda, Portugal), and the partners are: MKC Maribor (Maribor, Slovenia), KEDITH (Thessaloniki, Greece), PONT Group (Cluj-Napoca, Romania), Fundação Bracara Augusta (Braga, Portugal) and Município de Cascais (Cascais, Portugal).