Advisory Board of #EAYW met for the first time!

In our previous blog post, we announced that the second edition of EAYW is confirmed. In order to help us think about the direction the Academy could take in the coming years and support us in its conceptual, pedagogical and methodological preparation, the EAYW partnership invited a group of external stakeholders – experts from youth…

Preparations for second #EAYW started!

On 17th – 18th February 2020, the Steering Group of the 2nd edition of the European Academy on Youth Work had its first meeting in Ljubljana to start preparing the process for the 2nd EAYW event planned for November 2021. How can youth workers respond to current trends and developments, and how important is it…

Second Edition

How will the #EAYW continue?

We hope you’ve been able to browse through all the workshop reports and the final report of the 1st edition of the Academy and you’ve found some inspiring information. If you still haven’t, don’t worry; we have all the workshop reports available on our Contributions subpage and Final Report available here. Before the end of…

It’s all about learning!

“Never stop dreaming, never stop believing, never give up, never stop trying, and never stop learning.” – Roy T. Bennett, The Light in the Heart     In youth work acitivites, we put great emphasis on learning – we learn from different situations and different people. We have different styles and different preferences in learning. We…

#EAYW Contributions page: source of great ideas!

As you already know and are aware of, during the first edition of the EAYW 36 workshops were held which presented a variety of practices and approaches from youth work, education and training, research and policy. We’ve started publishing the contributions/workshop outlines twice a week on our page and social media. And we are aware…

Science vs. arts: (mis)match or a reality in youth work?

Building capacities and developing innovative ways of connecting science to society is a priority that many sectors are working on, including the youth sector. The Erasmus+ programme has been more and more orientated towards this field, especially putting emphasis on innovation and raising the quality in youth work. Why is it then important to research…