Seminar/Conference: Second Europe – Western Balkans Youth Meeting: The Berlin Process – a new impetus for youth work?
Location: Podgorica, Montenegro
Dates: 23-25 May 2018
Number of participants: 30
Participating countries: Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries , Western Balkan countries
Organizer: SALTO SEE Resource Centre
Apply here: Application form
Deadline to apply: 20 April 2018
Date of selection: 30 April 2018
Inquiries about this seminar: Sonja Mitter Škulj at email@example.com
Full board and lodging of all selected participants will be covered by the organisers.
Travel costs of participants coming from Erasmus+ Programme countries will be covered by the National Agency in the participant’s country. Travel costs of participants coming from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro and Serbia will be covered by the SALTO SEE Resource Centre.
Second Europe – Western Balkans Youth Meeting: The Berlin Process – a new impetus for youth work?
Four years have passed since the beginning of the Berlin process in 2014. Time to ask: What has been its impact in the field of youth? Where do we see a need for further action? How can we contribute to moving further ahead?
We want to take a particular look at fields where youth work can play an important role: youth participation and engagement, civic education (with a European dimension) and social inclusion, and explore:
• What kinds of initiatives and projects have been implemented in the past years?
• What can be done, and what can we do to enhance their impact?
• What are key messages to inform the next summit of the Berlin process in London and other political processes?
The SALTO South East Europe Resource Centre together with the German, Macedonian and Slovenian National Agencies for Erasmus+, youth field, invite 30 youth work practitioners from Erasmus+ Programme countries and the Partner countries in the Western Balkans to reflect and discuss these questions, give visibility to inspiring practices, and formulate suggestions and recommendations aiming to stimulate further developments in the Western Balkans and the European integration of the region.