Study session “Youth e-participation matters – Transferring local youth participation in decision-making processes to the digital sphere” was organised by DYPALL Network in cooperation with the Youth Department of the Council of Europe in the European Youth Centre in Strasbourg (France) between 10th-16th October 2021. The activity brought together youth workers, municipality representatives and youth leaders from 15 member states.
The aim of the study session was to highlight the importance of youth e-participation and equip the participants with practical knowledge on the applicability, transferability and implementation of different digital solutions for youth participation in decision-making processes at the local level. It was an occasion to learn about opportunities and threats behind youth e-participation and examine existing good practices and some of the tools for e-participation with practical workshops.
Today we would like to share the Report from the study session “Youth e-participation matters – Transferring local youth participation in decision-making processes to the digital sphere” which gives the reader a general overview of the session developments and helps to understand the conclusions and experiences shared by participants.
- Motivation, objectives, programme, the profile of participants
- Understanding youth e-participation
- RMSOS for evaluating youth e-participation
- Good practices from the participants
- Youth e-participation process
- E-tools workshop with CitizenLab and OPIN
- Persona for youth-friendly e-participation
- 10 tips for youth-friendly e-participation process