Training course took place from 27th September – 3rd of October in Bilbao, Spain, organized by DYPALL Network in cooperation with Novisi Elkartea. Youth workers and municipality officers from Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Italy, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain and Turkey explored the topic of co-management of youth centers with young people. The Training course, was based on
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On the 27th and 28th of September representatives of DYPALL Network took part in the first in-person Transnational Project Meeting of the project “Management Systems of Coworking Spaces for Social Innovation”. The meeting took place in Vienna and was hosted by our partner organisation Social City Wien. This 16-months long project aims to exchange good
Youth participatory for innovative education in the Zalewo commune – Training and study visit in Poland
Between 13th and 17th of September, the trainers of DYPALL Network visited Elbląg and Iława in Northern Poland under a project “Youth participatory for innovative education in the Zalewo commune” coordinated by Forum Animatorów Społecznych. The aim of the project was to increase the civic activity of youth from Zalewo commune by implementing the model
[CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS] Boosting youth participation in decision-making at the local level 2 – Study visit to Stockholm
This Study visit takes place in Stockholm (Sweden) between the 25th and 30th of October (incl. travel dates) and is designed for municipality officers and youth workers from Sweden, Portugal, Greece, Finland, North Macedonia, Spain, UK, Latvia, Poland, Turkey and Italy. Detailed information is to be found in the Call for participants. To apply fill in
Between 27-31 July DYPALL Network took part in a training “Youth Friendly Cities on a table Exchange, Inspire, Train!” hosted by Nausika Fundacja Edukacyjna in Rabka-Zdrój, Poland. The activity gathered almost 30 municipal representatives, youth workers, officials, activists, experts, students, decision-makers and young volunteers from 6 countries around the idea of making their cities more youth-friendly.