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Preparatory Meeting: outh e-participation matters – Transferring local youth participation in decision-making processes to the digital sphere

On the 15th and 16th of July, DYPALL Network participated in a preparatory meeting in the European Youth Centre of the Council of Europe. The purpose of the meeting was to plan detail the programme and the general flow of our upcoming Study Session “Youth e-participation matters – Transferring local youth participation in decision-making processes

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1st Bonn Process Meet-up

Exactly half a year ago over 1000 youth workers from 50 countries met online for the 3rd European Youth Work Convention (EYWC), to discuss the latest developments in youth work practice and youth policy in Europe. It was the occasion to kick off the implementation of the European Youth Work Agenda through concrete measures and

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Youth participatory for innovative education in the Zalewo commune – Study Visit in Portugal

Between 4th-9th June, we had the pleasure to host a study visit “Youth participatory for innovative education in the Zalewo commune” in Portimao. The study visit was an opportunity for the 4 participants from Forum Animatorów Społecznych (Poland), to explore a variety of practices and models of youth participation at the local level as well

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DYPALL Network represented in the Digital Transformation Advisory Board of Salto PI

This May DYPALL Network joined the newly established Digital Transformation Advisory Board of Salto Participation & Information, to co-create a coordinated approach on Digital Transformation, which is also one of the horizontal priorities in the new generation of EU Youth Programmes: the Erasmus+ and the European Solidarity Corps (2021-2027). The main tasks of the advisory

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ONLINE PARTNERSHIP BUILDING ACTIVITY “BOOSTING PARTICIPATION IN ERASMUS+ PROGRAMME (2021-2027)

Online Partnership Building Activity “Boosting participation in Erasmus+ Programme (2021-2027)” was organised by DYPALL Network on 19th-20th April 2021. The activity brought together 45 youth workers, youth leaders and local representatives from 25 countries, both from inside and outside of the Network, to build strong and sustainable partnerships centred on youth participation in decision-making processes

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