Youth work projects
Local youth work is the closest to the everyday lives of young people, and should be a key promoter of access to social rights for young people. With the Enter! project a collection of different local projects were gathered from the long-term training courses and other sources. These projects should serve as inspiration for youth workers, youth organisations and local authorities in taking up social rights themes with young people.
The projects developed within the Enter! Long-term training course followed a specially designed list of quality criteria. This list is not exhaustive nor final, but it can serve as a good start for developing and implementing youth work projects with and for young people on their access to social rights.
The projects developed within the Enter! LTTC followed the specific quality criteria:
- the project supported the implementation of the Enter! Recommendation
- the project was connected to the values and work of the Council of Europe
- the project was based on clear partnership/s with the local and/or regional authorities
- the project was based on the needs of young people.
All projects should also:
- be based on a consistent project cycle (needs analysis, preparation, implementation, evaluation, follow-up)
- have specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and time-framed (SMART) objectives
- have a clear action plan and consistent activities
- be based on realistic expected results and foresee time for follow-up
- be feasible.
Following the links below, you will be able to read inspiring local youth work projects implemented by the participants of the Enter! long-term training courses in the past decade.
Download the summary document containing a short description of the projects run by the participants of the Enter! LTTC 2009-2012
Download the list of participants and projects done during LTTC 2013-2014
Download the list of participants and projects done during LTTC 2017-2018