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ecdc.europa.eu Sarajevo, 13 November 2008 EU Programme and policies in the field of youth
2 Youth in Action programme –Running for 7 years (2007-2013) –Budget: 885 Mio EUR –Open to all young people –Non formal education –Mobility
3 Priorities and main features –European citizenship –Cultural diversity –Inclusion –Participation –Non formal education
4 To whom it is adressed? –Applicants and partners NGOs and associations Youth organisations Informal groups of young people Regional and local bodies –Final beneficiaires: Young people 13-30 Youth workers
5 Cooperation with the Neighbouring Countries of the EU Youth Exchanges - European Voluntary Service - Training and Networking Projects may take place in a Programme Country or a Neighbouring Partner Country (with the exception of MEDA countries ) South East Europe Eastern Europe and Caucasus Mediterranean Partner Countries Where? What?
6 South East Europe, a different status EU membership perspective Youth in Action Legal basis: in the future: Programme Countries (art. 5.1, lett. d of YiA legal basis) now: Partner Countries, "until they fulfil the requirements of Article 5(1) (d).”
7 YiA specific measures for SEE Possibility for SEE org. To apply directly to the Executive Agency in Brussels Western Balkans Window, more projects supported Preparatory measures for potential NAs in SEE countries
8 How to participate? –Being partners in a project submitted by an organisation established in Programme Countries –Apply directly to the EACEA (for projects taking place in SEE)
9 European youth policy cooperation European youth policy cooperation
10 Framework of European Cooperation in Youth Policies CITIZENSHIP PRIORITIES PARTICIPATION INFORMATION VOLUNTEERING BETTER KNOWLEDGE MAIN INSTRUMENT Open Method of Coordination GROWTH AND EMPLOYMENT PRIORITIES Employment and social inclusion Education, training and mobility Reconciliation of family/work life MAIN INSTRUMENT European Youth Pact (Lisbon Strategy) YOUTH IN OTHER POLICY FIELDS PRIORITIES INCLUSION HEALTH CULTURE MAIN INSTRUMENT Mainstreaming KNOWLEDGE BASED YOUTH POLICIES YOUTH GOVERNANCE - STRUCTURED DIALOGUE
11 1.Council resolutions identifying common objectives for each priority : Participation and information Volunteering Better knowledge 2. National reports on the implementation of the objectives 4. Council resolution with follow-up proposals 3. Analysis of reports -> Commission Communication to the Council Follow-up The OMC cycle
12 Structured dialogue Principles of the structured dialogue 1.Young people are the main actors of the structured dialogue (youth organisations); 2.Dialogue as large as possible 3.Integration and diversity, inclusion of disadvantaged young people; 4.Thematic cycles 5.Youth in Action 6.Visibility and dissemination of the results
13 Website of the European Commission: http://ec.europa.eu/youth/index_en.htmhttp:// More information:
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