The present report collects and analyses the latest EU policies and programmes for youth as well as published scientific researches investigating the impact of those policies on young Europeans.
This WECE – WE all Count Europe training programme aims at strengthening the engagement of young people in risk of exclusion and policy makers in the e-participation.
The present guide has three different sections. Each of them addresses the issues connected to a certain moment of the mobility experience.
These booklets are the result of the European Voluntary Service project “Able Like You III”(Erasmus +, KA1), where 11 young people from different European countries carried out a mobility in Palermo at CESIE office and local centres dealing with disabled people.
The Open Educational Resource (OER) How to use urban garden as a tool for youth work is the main result of the European project “Planting Cities” (Erasmus +, KA2).
This OER is the practical result of the project activities carried out by all the target groups involved in the project in 2015-2016: organizations working in the field of youth, youth workers, youngsters, local communities from Italy, Slovenia, Nepal and India.
It‘s targeted at any young worker and organization dealing with youth and eager to use urban gardening as an educational tool. Moreover it motivates to develop mobility activities, such as training courses and EVS in the non-formal education field.
This booklet is a result of the European Voluntary Service project “Many Opportunities Real Equality”(Erasmus+, KA1), which allowed 20 Italian young people to carry out a mobility in the following countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, France, Germany, Portugal, Slovenia, Turkey.