Transnational networking activities (TNAs) and National Networking Events (NNEs) organised by the National Agencies.
The aim of these activities are to effectively support overall quality implementation of the European Solidarity Corps.
TNA and NNE opportunities focus on attracting organisations to send and host young people within the European Solidarity Corps projects.
They are aimed towards various target groups ;
– Organisations (public and private, social enterprises, NGOs and other) active in the fields of the European Solidarity Corps
– Stakeholders acting as multipliers in these areas
– Young people, pupils, students, volunteers, trainees,
– Educators, trainers, youth workers and others.
Application deadline: 3rd February 2019
The target group is youth workers, trainers, practitioners involved at different level to the topic of recognition as well as people who have already attended previous activities in the same framework.
The overall aim of the Recognise It! strategy is to support the development of strategies of recognition of youth work at national and municipal level and to strengthen the role of youth work in both dimensions taking into consideration the different socio-political conditions in each country.
Aims of the Conference:
– To inspire interested actors to take recognition initiatives by using the outcomes of recognition strategies implemented by youth organisations or institutions.
– To discover local realities in Naples and practices from recognition related projects in EU and South Med.
– To discuss open questions and challenges about recognition in order to describe possible future steps.
– To highlight new inspirations.
– To provide inspirational material about recognition for wider audience.
– To explore how recognition processes support inclusion.
– To explore though the field visits the 5 dimensions of recognition.
During the three days activity, participants will also have the opportunity to visit local organisations and realities where there will be visible the five dimensions of the Youth work recognition: individual, social, formal political and economic.