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Christian Herrmann

Fresh product ideas for international youth work

Three project ideas were at the top of the agenda of the 5th Jugend global colloquium on 5 and 6 October 2016: the No Hate Speech campaign, the self-evaluation tool i-EVAL and online courses, otherwise known as MOOCs. As always, the participants in the Jugend global event had to decide which of the three ideas could be turned into an effective tool for the international youth work community and what that tool should look like. [read more]

Evaldas Rupkus

OPIN: Letting young people have a say!

How to get more youngsters actively involved in political decision-making and increase their trust in political institutions? The answer is: OPIN! Less than a year after commencing its work, the European innovation project “EUth – Tools and Tips for Mobile and Digital Youth Participation in and across Europe” launches the first version of its unprecedented youth eParticipation toolbox “OPIN”. [read more]

Gruppenbild der Tagungsteilnehmer/-innen mit Staatssekretär Gerd Billen
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Christian Herrmann

Young people discuss youth-appropriate data and consumer protection in the digital world

What do young people think about data privacy, consumer protection, online safety and internet policy? What do they expect from policymakers? At “watch your web_Days 2015”, which took place from 31 October to 1 November at the wannseeForum in Berlin, participants discussed key issues in the digital world from the younger generation’s perspective. 70 young people proved to be critical consumers as they presented their ideas to State Secretary Gerd Billen. [read more]

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Christian Herrmann

"We Need More Open Space"

Three projects, three years of project work. On 3 and 4 December in Berlin, together with 200 visitors and under the heading "medial. vernetzt. aktiv. Jugendbeteiligung in der digitalen Gesellschaft" ("media. networking. activity. Youth participation in the digital society"), the projects youthpart, youthpart #lokal, and peer3 looked back on their past activities and at the same time dared to glance into the future of this brand-new field of operation. [read more]

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