Training on access to social rights for young people in Romania

24-26 August 2018 Padureni Youth Center, Romania

The Romanian Ministry of Youth and Sport, through its Covasna County Division in partnership with the Council of Europe Youth Department, organised a training seminar for introducing the ENTER! Recommendation (Recommendation CM/Rec (2015)3) to stakeholders involved in youth work at national,...

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Just published - Impact and lessons learned from the ENTER! project on access to social rights for young people from disadvantaged neighbourhoods(2009-2015)

September 2018

The study highlights the impact of and key lessons learned from the experience with two long-term training courses for youth workers organised in the framework of the Enter! project. It identifies and analyses the results achieved in four main areas: educational impact; policy impact; impact on...

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Extended deadline for applications: 24 September 2018, 13:00 p.m (CET)

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: International seminar “From Policy to Practice: Youth Work Supporting Access of Young People to Social Rights” / Заявка на участие - Международный тренинг-семинар «От политики к практике: молодёжная работа в поддержку доступа молодёжи к социальным правам»

24-27 October 2018 Kazan, Russian Federation

The international seminar will explore the role of youth work in supporting young people’s access to social rights. Furthermore, it will foster peer-exchange on the approaches and frameworks of cooperation between local authorities and youth workers, in order to promote social inclusion for young...

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Deadline for applications: 31 August 2018 / Date limite : 31 août 2018

Cooperation with local authorities / Coopération avec les collectivités locales

Deadline for applications: 31 August 2018 / Date limite : 31 août 2018

The Youth Department of the Council of Europe encourages and supports local and regional authorities to devise and set in place specific activities or project which contribute to the implementation of the Enter! Recommendation. Le Service de la jeunesse du Conseil de l’Europe vise à encourager et...

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Enter! Recommendation promoted to the municipality of Leon

18 September 2017

The participant of the Enter! Long term training course, Raúl Fuente Rodriguez with his Association Auryn had a meeting with the local authorities in Leon. The meeting with the family, social service and youth councillor included sharing the experience from the Enter! initial seminar in Budapest...

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Local workshops on Access to social rights in Slovakia

18 September 2017

Olga Shebanova, a participant of the Enter! Long term training course conduced a set of workshops in her organisation Clovek v Ohrozeni (People in Need). Olga explains that during the initial seminar of the Enter! LTTC held in the European Youth Centre Budapest she was “inspired by Enter!...

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Enter! Recommendation explored in preparation of the Moldovan Youth Capital 2018

18 September 2017

At the beginning of July, Victoria Ivancioglo with her organisation Perspectiva met with Cahul’s mayor Nicolae Dandiş to discuss the municipality’s application for the Moldovan Youth Capital 2018. For Cahul’s youth the selection of the town as the “Youth Capital 2018” represents a big opportunity...

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Successfully completed initial seminar of the Enter! Training

1 August 2017

The initial seminar of the long-term training course for youth workers Enter! on access to social rights for young people from disadvantaged neighbourhoods was successfully completed in Budapest. Following the seminar, participants have started with the preparations to run their projects which...

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Taking it seriously

Guide to Recommendation CM/Rec(2015)3 of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe to member States on the access of young people from disadvantaged neighbourhoods to social rights The Guide in English The Guide in French

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Initial Seminar

Enter! Training for Youth Workers

headline 21-29 May 2017 European Youth Centre Budapest, Hungary

Youth workers from 25 member states will devise projects and share expertise in involving young people from disadvantaged communities across Europe to overcome discrimination, exclusion and violence at the Enter! Training in implementing the Enter! Recommendation on access to social rights for...

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CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS: ENTER! TRAINING FOR YOUTH WORKERS

23 March 2017

The call for the Enter! Training for Youth Workers: Empowering youth workers to counter discrimination, exclusion and violence in cooperation with local authorities is open. The course supports the implementation of the Enter! Recommendation on access of young people from disadvantaged...

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