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1 The New Style of Youth Work in the Netherlands Ms. Linda Kamola Institute of Social Studies Cultural and Social Development

2 Question to you: What inspires you? What makes you critical?

3 Historical background of Youth Work Youth Workers are engaged and make a difference! Negative departure point: fear and concern

4 Historical background of Youth Work

5 Historical background of Youth Work Since 1980

6 Historical background of Youth Work Youth Workers are engaged and make a difference! Negative departure point Education vs. Mothering Youth Workers are centipedes

7 The Social Support Act (WMO) & Introducing the New Style of Social Work Transforming the welfare state into a participation state: Just cost reduction?

8 The Social Support Act & the New Style of Social Work Vision Youth Work New Style: The new youth work invests in young people in a (ped)agogical manner so that they are able to acquire their place in the society and thus to integrate into it.

9 The Youth Today Subculture Digitalization of the youth culture Street Culture vs. civic culture:

10 Methods of Youth Work New Style Demand-driven and participatory Present Work Replacement Method … and your attitude "When I look at someone in the way he is, then he remains so. When I look at someone in the way he could be, he becomes.“ Goethe

11 Skills and competence of the Youth Worker Competent Experienced Body Conscious Influencing Approachable Engaged Active and available Steady Inspired

12 Thank you for your Attention! Questions? Discussion: What inspires you? What makes you critical?


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