TO THE POINT on youth e-participation

Today we met online with members of DYPALL Network for the third edition of our TO THE POINT series of moments on youth participation. This time we had a brief introduction to youth e-participation and we learned about an interesting experience with e-participation in a local youth council from Kobuleti Municipality, delivered to us by David Jinjikhadze from Youth Horizon (Georgia).

Local e-participation project in Kobuleti Municipality is a part of an Erasmus+ DIGY project, which aims to deliver qualification and capacity building for initiators of digital youth participation projects. Part of the project is OPIN Community, which organises online meetings once a month to exchange ideas, good practices and questions on eParticipation for youth. You can sign up for regular information on the meetings here:

More about good practices, tools and experiences with youth e-participation you can learn from our Report from the study session “W(e-)participate – Harnessing Digital Innovation for Youth Participation at the Local Level.”

TO THE POINT is a series of online moments, where we or the invited experts present valuable inputs on youth participation. Starting from 12th January 2021, we meet every second week, for just an hour of inputs, questions and networking.

For the next meetings, we prepared:

  • TO THE POINT on practical tools for youth online facilitation – 23/02/2021 (10:00 CET) REGISTER
  • TO THE POINT on creating a local youth strategic plan  – 09/03/2021 (10:00 CET)

Don’t miss it!


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