|The Council of Europe and Young People|
Advisory Council on Youth
Programme of Activities 2014
European Steering Committee for youth
|PARTNERS & CO-OPERATION|
European Youth Forum
Co-operation programme CoE & Russian Federation
Global Forum on Youth Policies
Activities with Ukraine
Youth policy & participation in Turkey
|EDUCATION & TRAINING|
non formal education & training
Roma Youth Action Plan
Human rights education youth programme
Human rights education
|SUPPORT FOR YOUTH ACTIVITIES|
European Youth Foundation
Alliance of civilizations
[26/11/2014] New >> Youth Peace Camp 2014 report - talking about conflict without talking about the conflict & STARTING POINTS FOR COMBATING HATE SPEECH ONLINE - Three studies about online hate speech and ways to address it (Edited version)
The Youth Department is currently running a project for the evaluation of national youth policies in some of the member States. On the basis of an extensive national evaluation report, and study visits in the countries concerned, an expert team drafts an international evaluation report which is presented to the Steering Committee for Intergovernmental Co-operation in the Youth Field (CDEJ) and the Minister responsible for youth issues at a public hearing.
Consultative meeting ‘’Inclusion of Young People with Disabilities in the Youth Activities of the Council of Europe’’
Consultative meeting “Challenges faced by young refugees and asylum seekers in accessing their social rights and their integration, while in transition to adulthood”
European Youth Centre Strasbourg, 17-18 November 2011
Consultative Group on Human Rights Education with young people
European Youth Centre Strasbourg, 24-25 November 2010
What future for the work with young refugees, IDPs and asylum seekers?
European Youth Centre Strasbourg, 2- 4 March 2010
The European and International Policy Agendas on Children, Youth and Children’s Rights - A Belgian EU Presidency-Youth Note
Living, Learning, Acting for Human Rights - Forum on Human Rights Education with Young People
Consolidating and developing human rights education with and by young people within the Council of Europe’s mission and youth policy framework
Report in Russian
European Youth Campaign for Diversity, Human Rights and Participation 2006 – 2007 – All different –All equal Report of the Joint Council on Youth
All different – All equal Cookbook. A selection of recipes illustrating the projects funded by the European Youth Foundation in the framework of the "All Different – All Equal" European Youth Campaign for Diversity, Human Rights and Participation 2006-2007
Consultative Meeting on:
Implementing Quality and Innovation in the Educational Activities of the Directorate of Youth and Sport, Directorate of Youth and Sport, Council of Europe, 2003
Hearing on the specific situation of young migrants. Summary proceedings of a Hearing of the Parliamentary Assembly's Subcommittee on Migration held on 15-16 November 2001 in the European Youth Centre Budapest.
Towards a revitalisation of non-formal learning for a changing Europe/ European Youth Centre: Strasbourg, Council of Europe, 2000.
European Youth Trends, 2000: Vulnerable youth: Education, leisure, employment
The participation of young women in political life / European Youth Centre, 16-17 September 2003
Youth Work With Boys and Young Men as a Means to Prevent Violence in Everyday Life – by Gavan Titley, 2003 [80 pages, available in English] ISBN 92-871-5324-8
Human Rights, a tool for stability: seminar report / Youth Directorate. European Youth Centre Budapest, 2001.
Human Rights Education Forum : documentation / Englert, Adrienne (ed.) Youth Directorate. European Youth Centre Budapest, 2001.
Forum on Human Rights Education: general report / Flessenkemper, Tobias & Englert, Adrienne (rapp.) Youth Directorate. European Youth Centre Budapest, 2001.
Violence against young women in Europe - Proceedings, May 2001 / Ramberg, Ingrid (rapp.). Strasbourg: Council of Europe, 2001.
“Young voices”, seminar held in the European Youth Centre, Strasbourg, on 19-20 November 2001
“Youth against violence”, seminar held in the European Youth Centre, Budapest, on 15-21 October 2001
Study sessions reports (2003-2012)
Study sessions are international youth events lasting between 4 and 8 days which bring together members of youth organisations or networks and experts for discussions on a specific subject leading to conclusions relevant to the priorities and programmes of the Council of Europe Youth sector. They are organised in co-operation with youth organisations and networks, and are hosted by one of the European Youth Centres.
Follow – Up Seminar of the European Symposium on Diversity and Participation - “Participation in all its forms”, Larochette (Luxembourg), 3-5 December
The End of the Beginning – All Different-All Equal Youth Campaign closing event. Malmö, Sweden, 4-7 October
Participation in all its forms - European symposium on diversity and participation, Schengen, Luxembourg 25-29 April
Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue in Youth Work - Symposium Report - Istanbul, 27 – 31 March
Istanbul Youth Declaration - Symposium on Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue in Youth Work - Istanbul, Turkey, 27-31 March
Committed to Making a Difference - Racism, antisemitism, xenophobia and intolerance and their impact on young people in Europe - Symposium report, 26-30 October
Learning from violence – Report from a Symposium on youth policy responses to everyday violence, 28-30 October
Training courses reports (1995-2011)
Training courses aim to develop competence and skills for European youth work. They cover a wide range of subjects, including working in international youth structures, international youth co-operation, youth training, conflict management, human rights education, European citizenship, youth participation and democratic citizenship. The training courses are residential seminars of between five and ten days, or long-term courses comprising two or more residential seminars and a practice period.
The Assilah Appeal Addressing Youth Migration through a Human Rights Perspective - League of Arab States Youth Forum 2009 (Assilah 15-19 November)
STARTING POINTS FOR COMBATING HATE SPEECH ONLINE - Three studies about online hate speech and ways to address it (Edited version)
Using E-learning in Intercultural Non-formal Education Activities & the Seminar documentation Experiences, lessons learnt, challenges and
European survey of national on-line data banks and Internet services of interest to young people / Jarkkho Lehikoinen
Series of the International reviews of national youth policy – countries reviewed, starting with the older review: Finland, Netherlands, Sweden, Spain, Romania, Estonia, Luxembourg, Lithuania, Norway, Malta, Slovak Republic, Cyprus, Hungary, Latvia, Armenia, Moldova, Albania, Belgium, Ukraine, Greece (pub. 2015)