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  • 1. Youth in Action 2007-2013DG EAC Youth Unit: Programs ecdc.europa.eu
  • 2. 2 frames Non-Formal Mobility Education ___ 4 Priorities Permanent__ __ EuropeanCultural citizenshipdiversity Youth in Action 2007-2013 Inclusion of Active young people with participation fewer opportunities 2
  • 3. Annual priorities of Youth in Action program 2007 : European Year of Equal Opportunities 2008 : European Year of Intercultural Dialogue 2009 : Innovation and Creativity 2010 : fight against poverty and exclusion 2011 : volunteering 2012 : Intergenerational Solidarity2013 : Citizenship (european/active) 3
  • 4. Program Objectives Promote young people’s active citizenship in general and their Europeancitizenship in particular Develop solidarity and promote tolerance among young people, inparticular in order to foster social cohesion in the European Union Foster mutual understanding between young people in different countries Contribute to developing the quality of support systems for youthactivities and the capabilities of civil society organisations in the youth field Promote European cooperation in the youth field 4
  • 5. Who can participate?• Central target group = Youth between 13 and 30, including young people with fewer opportunities• Youth workers with youths and education field (leaders, NGOs, etc.).• Local AuthoritiesFlexible approach depending on the actionsYouth Exchanges: 13-25 years (exception: 26-30)EVS: 18-30 years (exception: 16-17 for troubled youth)Training and networking: no age limit
  • 6. Programme Countries  27 EU Member States  Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland (Alee) Turkey and Croatia (EU candidate) Partner CountriesNeighbouring Partner Countries (South-east, Eastern Europeand Caucasus, Mediterranean region) Other partner countries in the world that have signedagreements with the European Community 6
  • 7. Who implements the program? European Commission DG EAC - D2Authorities National Executive Agency Centralised actions National Agencies in the program Support Structures: countries -8 The SALTO-YOUTH Actions decentralized Resource Centres - Eurodesk Network 7
  • 8. Cooperation with the Neighbouring Partner Countries of the EU (PPV) Youth Exchange (Action 3.1.1) European Voluntary Service (Action 2) Training and networking (action 3.1.2) 8
  • 9. Neighbouring Partner Countries (APV):• The countries of South East Europe (SEE): Albania, Bosnia Herzegovina, Croatia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), Kosovo, Serbia and Montenegro• The countries of Eastern Europe and the Caucasus: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Russia, Ukraine• The Mediterranean countries: Algeria, Palestinian Authority, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia. 9
  • 10. Youth Exchanges (3.1.1) A meeting of people from differents countries around a theme of common interest Age: 13-25 years (possible 20% between 25 and 30) Duration of meeting: 6 to 21 days (excluding travel) Project duration: up to 15 months (including all phases of the project) Participating partner countries: 2 and more Number of young: minimum 16, max 60 - + 1 framing by country for 10 young Theme: to select with the young participants and to decline in physical activities Balance of groups: gender and nationality Balance between geographical area, including at least one EU country Preparation and follow-up: young people must take an active part in the preparation, implementation, evaluation and enhancement of trade. Funding: Planning Visit 100%, transportation costs, fixed price for preparation, plan for activities, accommodation and food package ... 10
  • 11. Action 2: European Voluntary Service Solidarity among young people  Individual volunteer projects  Group volunteer projects (up to 30 volunteers)  Feeling citizen and to serve a project of general interest 11
  • 12. Support young people to carry out voluntary service for up to 12 months in a foreign country  Different projects: Working with children, fight against racism, helping disabled, fight against addictions, environment …, individual or group activity A database to chose a project: Description of the accredited projects published on the Internet (in English):http://ec.europa.eu/youth/evs/aod/hei_en.cfm www.youthnetworks.eu Youngster between 18 and 30 A contract Sendingorganisation between Hosting 3 partners organisation 12
  • 13.  Eligible participant: 18-30 (16-30 if YPWFO) + legally resident in the country of the Sending Organisation Duration of EVS: 2 months to 1 year (priority on projects over 6 months) / Exception : 2 weeks minimum for YPWFO and group EVS activity involving at least 10 volunteers Eligible countries: Programme Countries + Neighbouring Partner countries + other Partner countries around the world Choice of a host project: Contact with an accredited Sending Organisation (SO) published on the data base (Internet) 13
  • 14. Action 3.1.2: Training and networkingFor the youth workers and youth organizations Job shadowing Feasibility Visit Evaluation Meeting Study visit Partnership-Building Activity Seminar Training 14
  • 15. 1.Job Shadowing (Practical learning experience): Ashort stay with a partner organisation in another countrywith the aim of exchanging good practices, acquiring skills andknowledge and/or building long-term partnershipsthrough participative observation.2.Feasibility Visit: preparation of projects in a frame of Youthin Action program or support the projects between partnershiporganizations3.Evaluation Meeting: with partners to evaluate and discusspotential follow-up after undertaking a common 15
  • 16. 4.Study visit: understanding of the realities of youth workin a European country5. Partnership-Building Activity : allow participants tofind partners for transnational co-operation and/or forproject development and facilitates the development of newprojects around a chosen topic and/or an Action of the Youthin Action Programme.6. Seminar : An event organised to provide a platformfor discussion and exchange of good practice, based ontheoretical inputs, around a chosen theme or themes whichare relevant to the youth work field. 16
  • 17. 7.Training Course: An educational learning program onspecific topics, aiming to improve participants’competences, knowledge, skills and attitudes. Trainingcourses lead to higher quality practice in youth work ingeneral and/or, specifically, Youth in Action projects. 17
  • 18. Eligibility criteria (3.1.2) Partner countries: at least 4 (except for max 2 Job Shadowing and Feasibility Study at least two and networking at least 6) is at least one of the EU Age: no age limit Project duration: 3 to 18 months (all phases of the project) - except networking 15 months Duration of activity / event: max 10 days (without J Travel) except job shadowing from 10 to 20 days and feasibility study for 2 to 3 days, and between 3 to 15 months for networking. Number of pax: 50 max including staff, (max 2 job shadowing and networking for ilimité) Theme: Inserting JAMO, youth participation, cultural diversity, interfaith dialogue, fight against discrimination, art and culture, equal women / men, disability, minorities, youth policy, education through sport and outdoor activities, ... Preparation and monitoring: the partners must take an active part in the preparation, implementation, evaluation and enhancement of the activity. Financing: 70% transport, accommodation / food, packages of activities (to do according to the activity). 18
  • 19. How to apply ?• One partner assumes the role of coordinating and hosting organisation of the project and apply to its National Agency. It will be also the NEW ! organisation that hosts the project, if it is in a program country. 3 dates for applications 2012:• The Balkan countries that may apply, Project starts : if they are hosting the project, to the Executive Agency. R1 1st Feburary 1/05 au 31/10• The MEDA countries can host and R2 1st May 1/08 au 31/01 apply through EUROMED Youth Program. R3 1st October 1/01 au 31/06• NEW ! The Oriental Europe and Caucasus region should be able to apply in 2012 directly to the Executive Agency 19
  • 20. For more information, download the documents, useful links…  The guide of the program (all languages):http://ec.europa.eu/youth/youth- in-action-programme/doc443_en.htm  The site of the national agencies Youth in Action (documents ...) http://ec.europa.eu/youth/youth/doc152_en.htm#sectNAS The site of the Executive Agency: http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/youth/index_en.php  The European Youth Portal:http://europa.eu/youth/  TheCenters Resources SALTO:www.salto-youth.net  Educational tools developed with the Council of Europe: http://youth-partnership-eu.coe.int/youth-partnership/publications/T-kits/T_kits 20
  • 21. European instrument for experience valorization achieve with Program “Youth in Action” 8 Key competences What they are? 21
  • 22. Digital competence:- Is about the confident and critical use of Information Society Technology - Basic skills to use computers and internet 22
  • 23. Interpersonal, intercultural and social competences and civic competence:- The ability to communicate in an appropriate way with friends, family and colleagues- To be able to deal with people from all kinds of different backgrounds - To be able to deal with conflicts in a constructive way - Knowledge of what is going on in your village, city, country, Europe and the world - Knowledge of concepts/ideas on democracy/citizenship/civil rights -Your participation in civil life 23
  • 24. Entrepreneurship:- The ability to turn ideas into action - To be creative and innovative - To dare to take risks - Project management 24
  • 25. Communication in the mother tongue:- The ability to express thoughts, feelings and facts in words (oral/written)- To be able to interact linguistically in an appropriate way 25
  • 26. Communication in foreign languages: - The ability to express yourself and understand a foreign language, according to your needs- A positive attitude towards cultural differences and diversity - Curiosity about languages and intercultural communication 26
  • 27. Mathematical competence and basic competences in science and technology:- The ability and willingness to use mathematical modes to deal with problems and challenges in everyday life - The ability and willingness to use knowledge to explain the natural world, to identify questions and to draw evidence-based conclusion 27
  • 28. Learning to learn: - How to organise your own learning - To be able to deal with obstacles - Being responsible for your own learning- To evaluate/assess the outcomes of your learning 28
  • 29. Cultural expression:- To appreciate the importance of creative expression of ideas, experiences and emotions - Everything connected with media, music, performing arts, literature and visual arts 29
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