European Knowledge Centre for Youth Policy

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Philipp Boetzelen on the European Knowledge Centre for Youth Policy. Presentation at the M.A. EYS Short Course in February 2011.

Philipp Boetzelen on the European Knowledge Centre for Youth Policy. Presentation at the M.A. EYS Short Course in February 2011.

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  • 1. www.youth-partnership.eu.coe.intEuropean Knowledge Centre for Youth Policy
  • 2. OverviewI Past Political backgroundII Present Aims and objectives nowadays Features EKCYP correspondents networkIII (Possible) future ? „EKCYP 2.0“
  • 3. EKCYP (history): Political background Council of Europe:  Recommendation 92(7) concerning "Communication and co- operation in the field of youth research in Europe"  Youth policy reviews and policy advisory missions since 1997 European Union:  White Paper „A new impetus for European Youth“ (2001)  Resolution on the European Commission Common Objectives on a Better Understanding of Youth (2004)
  • 4. EKCYP (present) - Aims & objectives Collection and provision of knowledge from research,policy and practice Dialogue and exchange between researchers, policymakers and practitioners Support the EU and CoE youth policies, focusing onevidence and knowledge
  • 5. EKCYP (present) - FeaturesA) Information by country  Country pages  Information templates provided by correspondentsB) Information by key themes  Youth policy topics  Document library (user generated)  Good Practice database (user generated)C) Other information tools  Expert database (user generated)  Glossary  News (user generated)
  • 6. EKCYP (present & future) CorrespondentsMandate: Provision of data on national youth policy Update of country sheets according to needs Promotion of EKCYP on the national level Organisation/coordination of national youth knowledgenetworksParticipation: 42 countries
  • 7. “EKCYP 2.0” ? – Background+ Youth policy strategies: strong support (CoE Agenda 2020and EC Investing and Empowering)+ New expectations: EKCYP as a source for the EU youthreport 2012+ New tools: National youth knowledge networks  Pool of European Youth researchers (PEYR)+/- Support of member states- Technical infrastructure- Investment / Means
  • 8. EKCYP – challenges Combining institutional expectations with needs of theyouth field (= EKCYP users) Ensuring up-to-date contributions from national levels(= EKCYP-correspondents) Ensuring commitment of all member states in EU and CoE Ensuring a reliable monitoring of EKCYP content Strengthening connection with European research agenda
  • 9. EKCYP – your contributions Possible keywords for reflection Data/information gathering Quality control Information needs of the youth field Communication needs of the youth field Tools (Forum, Wiki) Resources
  • 10. www.youth-partnership.eu.coe.int Contact:www.youth-partnership.eu.coe.intyouth-partnership@partnership.eu.coe.intPhilipp.Boetzelen@partnership.eu.coe.int