Reports and relevant publications



 Report from the Enter! Consultative Meeting, compiled and edited by Florence Mourlon


 Enter! Youth Week report, compiled and edited by Florence Mourlon


 What can youth work do for access to social rights? Impact and lessons learned from the Enter! project on access to social rights for young people from disadvantaged neighbourhoods - 2009 to 2015

Concept paper and structural proposal for the 3rd Enter! long term training course, by Nadine Lyamouri-Bajja


Enter! Youth Meeting report by Ingrid Ramberg


 Seminar report on local youth participation and access to social rights

National seminar report "From Regional and local youth policies opportunities for young people to access to social rights for all young people", organised in co-operation with the Accademia Europea di Firenze and Tuscany Region project Giovanisi

Seminar report with National Youth Councils on Access to Social Rights for Young People in the framework of the Council of Europe’s Youth Department project entitled Enter! Promoting Access to Social Rights for All Young People


 The state of youth work: exploring the future of youth work and young people’s access to social rights.
Seminar organised by de Montfort University and global hands, in co-operation with the Youth Department of the Council of Europe, United Kingdom - 2012

Enter! project report

Preparatory Seminar (2012-2014) of a Long-Term Training Course for Youth Workers


Evaluation (2009-2011) of the Long Term Training Course Enter!

Report of the evaluation seminar of the first Long-Term training course Enter!

Enter! Youth Meeting


 European research on Youth
Research supporting young people to participate fully in society, European Commission - 2009


 Towards an Active, Fair And Socially Cohesive Europe
Report of High-Level Task Force on Social Cohesion, Council of Europe - 2007


 Access to social rights in Europe
Report prepared by Mary Daly, Queen’s University, Belfast, with the assistance of the Editorial Group for the Report on Access to Social Rights (CS-ASR) adopted by the European Committee for Social Cohesion (CDCS) - 2002