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ERYICA is an international non-profit-making association, created in 1986, which aims to ensure European co-ordination and representation in the field of youth information and counselling and to develop a European Network of youth information and counselling services.
For further information please visit the website of ERYICA at: www.eryica.org
Activities of the Partnership Agreement
The main events and activities organised in the framework of the Partnership agreement have been, in the respective years:
This conference took place in Opatija, Croatia on April 17th 2011 on the occasion of ERYICA’s 25th Anniversary, coinciding with the European Youth Information Day. The conference gathered prominent figures that have worked in the past 25 years, are active in youth information and committed to its development. Our ambition is to evaluate the development of youth information and counselling in the last 25 years and identify common and new challenges for its development.
The colloquy “Bridging the gap” took place on dates 21-24 September, 2010 in the premises of the European Youth Centre in the heart of Budapest, Hungary. Main aim of the colloquy was to bring together European Youth Information workers from contrasting international Youth Information backgrounds and develop together input and ideas for future Youth Information projects and policy.
Related documents: Report of the Colloquy
Papers: “Bridging the gap - Budapest 2010 - Patrick Daniels”
The seminar “Youth Policy and Youth Information” took place on dates 1 – 6 December, 2009 in Rotterdam (NL). It was aimed at enabling current and prospective actors in the field to meet and learn from each other, to discuss and share issues, solutions, to design projects and display good practice by interacting also with European institutional stakeholders. The project has fostered regional cooperation by supporting the creation of networks, partnerships and projects in the Western Balkans, South East Europe, the Baltic Region and amongst well-established generalist youth information structures.
Related documents: Final report_Seminar Rotterdam_Dec09
The Seminar “Youth Policy and Youth Information: Europe and Montenegro” took place on dates 8 – 13 December, 2008 in Tivat (Montenegro). It has been set up as an opportunity to develop youth information in the Western Balkans and boost the enhancement of the youth policy in the target countries by gathering selected participants and enabling them to discuss and share issues, solutions, projects and good practice with European stakeholders.
Related documents: Tivat_Report_2008
The colloquy “The future of Youth Information in Europe” took place on dates 26-27 November, 2007 in the European Youth Centre Budapest, Hungary. Main aim of the colloquy was to develop inputs concerning policy and practice in the field of youth information and counselling, which could be integrated into the political and strategic document “Council of Europe youth policy: AGENDA 2020”.
Related documents: “Eryica_Colloquy2007_Report_final”
“Youth information Starter Kit” (2010)
The Youth information Starter Kit will give a first insight in what Youth Information is, the underlying working principles and missions, how to start creating Youth Information Services and some practical information on what the different European structures have to offer to those who want to step into the world of Youth Information.
Youth information starter kit – German version
Youth information starter kit – Turkish version