Presentation on theme: "A Handbook ”Good Practices in Open Youth Work” Kristel Altosaar Head of Youth Policy Service, Department of Culture, City of Tartu 22 – 23 November 2007."— Presentation transcript:
A Handbook ”Good Practices in Open Youth Work” Kristel Altosaar Head of Youth Policy Service, Department of Culture, City of Tartu 22 – 23 November 2007
The creation story continues... Content of the title? (Are there any bad examples? What is open youth work?) Target group? Creation process (time, place, team)?
We received... 38 examples – is that too little/a lot?
Participating youth work institutions Tartu (Anne, Lille Maja, Lift, Öökull, Tähe, Koidu, Urg, Loovkeskus) (13 examples) Tallinn Youth Work Center (Haabersti, Mahtra, Männiku, Pääsküla, Lasnamäe city districts) (9) Keila Open Youth Center (3) Riga City Government Youth Service; Latvia (3) The City of Turku Youth Services Centre, Kuuvori Youth House; Finland (2)
Participating youth work institutions Nigula Youth Center (2) Raasiku Children and Youth Center (2) Veszprém Megyei Ifjúsági Információs és Tanácsadó Iroda; Hungary (2) Allika Open Youth Center (1) Tampere Culture and Youth Service; Finland (1)
Subject Areas Covered Culture/Creativity Environmental education Youth information Active youth group/ Children’s Parliament Adventural training/ camps Media Youth exchange Integration Charity
Food for thought… How much do we value the sharing of our experience? How easy/difficult is it to write about personal experience? Are we used to analyzing our experience? How much do we think about how and why we do something? Authentic target group feedback?
Tips Reserve at least half a year for your creation! Develop your ideas further!
Our thanks to fellow creators, financers and future readers! www.tartu.eu/practices