Council of Europe Programmes and Objectives of the Youth Sector.
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Council of Europe Programmes and Objectives of the Youth Sector
Programme 1: Human Rights Education: Human Rights Education: - Increasing capacity of youth organisations with issues of global solidarity and the peaceful transformation of conflict - Developing educational programmes and resources for the promotion of global solidarity
Programme 1 Youth promoting Intercultural Dialogue: Youth promoting Intercultural Dialogue: - Promoting inter-religious dialogue and intercultural dialogue among young people - Addressing the role of history/tradition, culture and religion in young people’s lives - Develop young people’s personal skills, knowledge and attitudes to deal with culture, tradition and religious diversity - Developing practical responses to situations of discrimination and intolerance affecting young people
Programme 2: Promoting and sustaining the role of youth organisations in the development of democratic participation Promoting and sustaining the role of youth organisations in the development of democratic participation - To support youth NGOs as spaces for young people to develop their capacities to become active citizens; - Support the capacity of youth NGOs in Europe to become more sustainable
Programme 2: Promotion of citizenship education and participation in decision-making, especially with young people with fever opportunities Promotion of citizenship education and participation in decision-making, especially with young people with fever opportunities - Enpower young people to become active citizens - To train youth leaders and youth workers as multipliers - To support and further develop existing and new forms of youth participation - To enhance the participation of young people from minority background
Programme 3: Social cohesion and inclusion of young people Social cohesion and inclusion of young people - Facilitating the access of young people to working life and to social rights - Increasing the role of young people and their active citizenship, through non-formal education and lifelong-learning - To create and further develop methods/tools/ways to promote equal opportunities for socially excluded young people
Programme 4: Youth policy development Youth policy development - Developing and promoting standards for youth policies, in connection with child policies in the CoE and its member states - Fostering the recognition of youth work and non-formal competenses in the member states - >Euro Portfolio as a tool and integrated into the EUROPASS of the EU
Programme 4: - Developing and sharing knowledge on the situation of young people - Support measures for the quality and sustainability of European youth work training and policy -> to identify and develop innovative approaches to training in the youth sector
All Different All Equal –campaign This year is the final year of the European youth campaign This year is the final year of the European youth campaign - Follow-up? - Continued work on the themes? - ECYC MOs involved on the national level? - Evaluation on the national and international level?