Why and how can we use research in youth work?

Creating synergies and evidence-based interventions is one of the characteristics of quality youth work. And this is why today we are presenting three practices – Community Building through Youth Work in Rural, Post-Communist Romania, Youth Work-Research Connection, and Everyday Life of LGBTIQ+ Individuals – which deal with research and needs analysis in order to create…

What are new developments in youth work?

During the first EAYW, we had the pleasure to hear more from 36 contributors about their innovative and quality youth work practices. The topics of contributions ranged from digital youth work to quality in youth work. And from today on, we will be sharing twice a week three inspirational and innovative practices with you! All…

Let’s talk about youth work and new methods!

During the first EAYW, we had the pleasure to hear more from 36 contributors about their innovative and quality youth work practices. The topics of contributions ranged from digital youth work to quality in youth work. Today we would like to talk with you about quality youth work and innovative methods of approaching topics in…

Final report of the #EAYW available right now!

We are excited and happy to announce that the EAYW final report is available now! This report presents the findings from the first edition of the European Academy on Youth Work (EAYW), which was held from 21 to 24 May 2019 in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia. The report complements the Background Paper that was published in…

Final #EAYW video is out!

We are happy to share with you our final #EAYW video, where you can see the atmosphere of the whole event, as well as some statements of different stakeholders who attended the event. The #EAYW was full of great memorable moments, knowledge and practice sharing and discussions! You can read our daily blogs to get…

Let´s get our hands dirty! Recap of the Day 2

Today delivered what we have all been waiting for. After the official opening by Tin Kampl, Head of the office for youth of Slovenia, the question which stayed with us was: How can political frameworks support innovation in youth work? Jacob Kornbeck from the European Commission answered the question by presenting the process of the new EU…