The Enter! project includes complementary training courses for youth workers and those working on youth policies on how to promote social rights for young people.

Two long-term training courses were carried out, in 2009-2012 and 2013 - 2014, involving over 60 participants altogether and as many local youth work interventions as a result of their participation in the course. The courses have aimed to train practitioners to improve, extend and reshape their youth work practices in order to include social rights concerns in the activities they carry out with young people. These courses methodology was based on the principles and practices of non-formal education and intercultural learning. Each course included several residential seminars, project-based learning by participants, online learning and mentoring.

Several training courses were also organized on a regional and national levels, involving participants from Ukraine and, respectively, the Russian Federation.

In 2017 – 2018 the Youth Department is organizing a long-term training course for both youth workers and those involved in youth policy making on social rights for young people. Learn more about current training activities here.

Enter Long-Term Training Course 2017-2018