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Marco Heuer

"The transition to training and employment is a great challenge in all countries"

Since 2012, Germany, Finland, France, and Luxembourg have been involved in an intense dialogue on questions concerning the transition of young people to training and employment. An international one-day conference opened the European multilateral cooperation project "transitions" out to a wider circle of interested countries. [read more]

Reinhard Schwalbach

Time to Move – Eurodesk-Network gets acquainted with new online tools

At this year's European seminar for Eurodesk's local and regional multipliers, effective dissemination of information and the possibilities offered by the Youth Guarantee were discussed with representatives of the European Youth Forum and the EU Commission. From 13 to 16 October, new online tools and advisory services were considered in Brussels. [read more]

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Verena Münsberg

48 hours in transition: Young people's proposals for the transition phase

Some 40 young people from across Europe met up in Bonn on 13 to 15 October for an international youth conference entitled "Visions for your future". Together, they discussed the challenges young people throughout Europe experience during the transition from school to training or employment. They devised ideas on how to improve the situation and discussed them with experts from youth policy and child and youth services. [read more]

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Jennifer Mösenfechtel

There Are Still Blocks Inside My Own Head...

Within the context of the "Innovationsforum Jugend global" (Innovations Forum Global Youth), several of the participating organisations broached the subject of being confronted with issues concerning right-wing extremism and racism during the course of their work and how, when dealing with these issues, they feel that they come up against their own limits. With this in mind, IJAB hosted the "Rechtsextremismus und Rassismus als Themen in der Internationalen Jugendarbeit" (Right-Wing Extremism and Racism as Issues within International Youth Work) seminar in Frankfurt on September 24 and 25. [read more]

The participants divided into working groups to discuss the issue of stronger recognition of non-formal education.
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Dr. Dirk Hänisch

On Their Way: 13 International Youth Work Innovation Fund Projects – Launch Event Offered First Orientation

By invitation of the Federal Ministry of Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth (BMFSFJ), some 30 representatives of international projects to be supported over the next two years by the Innovation Fund within the Child and Youth Plan of the Federation (KJP) met on 29 September 2014. Under discussion were general conditions and support programmes as well as a mutual professional concern: greater recognition of international youth work as a provider of non-formal education. [read more]

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Anita Demuth

The Integration Of Young Chinese And German People Into Working Life

From 24 to 27 September, a Chinese delegation of members of the All-China Youth Federation visited Germany to learn about methods and projects for integrating young people into society (focus: transition from school to working life). IJAB and the Lower Saxony State Office for Social Affairs, Youth, and Family cooperated in organizing the programme for this professional exchange on behalf of BMFSFJ. [read more]

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