Digital Participation Tools for youth engagement in local governance

Digital tools can be used to support the already existing structures and processes of youth participation or incentivize e-participation in online environments or a combination of both that can be complementary. Therefore, a European consortium led by DYPALL Network has decided to conduct this Study on digital participation tools for youth engagement in local governance… Continue reading Digital Participation Tools for youth engagement in local governance

Guidelines for Using Digital Games and Gamification in Youth Work

This publication aims to provide youth workers with methods and tools to use digital games or tools to gamify their working methods. It will shed some light on existing educational games and gamification practices from different countries, present easy-to-use tools to gamify learning experiences and highlight key challenges and significant benefits of using this method… Continue reading Guidelines for Using Digital Games and Gamification in Youth Work

Mapping best practices of youth friendly cities

Based on extensive research on existing labels of youth friendly cities and good practices in different dimensions, this publications presents various solutions and examples to improve youth friendliness of a city, while voiding obstacles and possible risks.

New forms of youth political participation Statistical survey

The survey, conducted by the EU-Council of Europe Youth Partnership, explores the evolving landscape of youth political participation. This report offers key insights into the preferences and engagement patterns of young people across Council of Europe member states. It comprises three sections, covering research methodology, findings on topics like information access and political involvement, and… Continue reading New forms of youth political participation Statistical survey

Perspective on Youth Participation

This paper analyses why youth participation is considered important, how youth participation has been seen and what models have been created, and how youth participation is connected to different views about democracy. The paper also involves some critical remarks about how promoting youth participation could be made better.