Building Europe Together – BE YOUTH
“Building Europe Together – BE YOUTH” was a project involving 20 participants from Germany, Bulgaria, Romania, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Greece, Spain and Italy; the project took place in Berlin (Germany) and was addressed to youth workers, social workers and local administrators, who had developed a particular interest in urban sustainability and had already worked on the social inclusion of young people in marginalized urban areas.
Start: 01-08-2019 – 31-05-2020
Project Reference: 2019-1-DE04-KA105-017748
EU Grant: 12 345 EUR
Key Action: Learning Mobility of Individuals
The project aims at the exchange of ideas and best practices among social workers and young people in order to raise awareness on urban social issues and to stimulate the active participation of young people in society by strengthening their civic competences.
- Rural development and urbanization
- Youth (Participation, Youth Work, Youth Policy)
- Reaching the policy level/dialogue with decision makers
It was addressed to youth workers, social workers and local administrators, who have developed a special interest in urban sustainability and have already worked on social inclusion of young people in urban marginalized areas.
Begin a reflection leading to the creation of concrete projects, in order to contribute the resolution of the problems exposed in Berlin, to be then transferred in the contexts of all the cities involved.
Partnership Building Activity in Germany
Dates: from 09/12/2019 to 14/12/2019
“Building Europe Together – BE YOUTH” was a Partnership Building Activity which involved 20 participants from Germany, Bulgaria, Romania, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Greece, Spain and Italy.
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