Youth work – empowering the changemakers of tomorrow

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Good practices in local youth work

The European Charter on Local Youth Work was launched in June 2019. In order to stimulate and support these discussions, the Steering Group of Europe Goes Local decided to develop an online support instrument called “the Changemakerskit”. The kit highlights tools and best practice examples aiming to stimulate the further development of local youth work as one of its main features. Hence why the tools and practices we are looking for need to address a specific issue and to be transferable to other contexts.

Tools are practical utensils that are designed to fulfill a specific function. A best practice is a clearly structured and repeatable routine for carrying out a specific task. Practices often include the use of tools, e.g. if the tool is a deck of cards with ethical dilemmas, the best practice in this case is a tried and tested way of using it.

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Share your good practice!

Do you have a tool or best practice that matches the above description and criteria? Would you like to share it with others?

Click on the button below, register/log in and fill in the short form. Logging in enables you to modify your good practices at any time. You should be able to fill the form in several steps, so you don’t have to finalise it immediately. One person can submit several good practices.

The EGL-team will review all submissions and get back to you.