YOUTH INFO SURVEY
The third edition of the Eurodesk Mobility and the Role of Youth Information Survey targeted young people aged 13 to 35 and aimed at understanding their information patterns and their perception of learning mobility after two years of the COVID-19 global pandemic. The survey report provides a better understanding of the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on young people in terms of mobility. The survey collected 4,061 responses from 74 countries.
Each year thousands of young people decide to volunteer and make a positive impact in society. Environment, social justice, gender equality, education or animal welfare are just some of the topics in which you can get involved. In this publication you will learn about volunteering, explore your own reasons to get involved and most importantly you will discover tons of opportunities to start your own experience and make the most out of it!
The Eurodesk Annual Overview 2021 provides a comprehensive summary of the achievements of the network as a whole and Eurodesk structures at national level. It contains the key areas of work such as information and outreach to young people, communication and promotion activities like Time to Move, and our partnerships to advocate for youth information work.
In this guide we want to provide you with suggestions and resources for how to virtually facilitate your meetings and events online in a dynamic and engaging way. We will take you through every step of a meeting process: before, during and after, and provide you with a toolbox and activities which you can easily implement.
The Eurodesk Awards Project Catalogue collects Eurodesk multipliers' most relevant, innovative, empowering and impactful projects from the local level and highlight them as a source of inspiration. In 2022, the Eurodesk Awards initiative received 31 projects from 12 countries.
The Eurodesk Strategy 2022-2027 publication sets out long-term orientations for the Eurodesk Network in order to increase its impact and strengthen its role in the youth (information) field throughout Europe. It aims to provide the Network with more consistency and to enable it to tackle the challenges of today and tomorrow.
A lot of research is available on the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on young people, a bit less on those working with them. Eurodesk Brussels Link carried out an online survey to collect data on the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on the Eurodesk network. 90 respondents from 18 countries shared their realities with us.
The aim of youth information is not only to respond to the needs, interests and requests of young people, but also to anticipate their needs and develop services accordingly. This guide was created to explore the role of youth information work in the context of the climate emergency, as well as to provide tips and good practices when it comes to designing and providing greener youth information services.
Youth information and counselling services play a crucial role in young people’s transition to adulthood. While the profession is well organised and looks back on a respectable history, defining who a youth information worker is or what competences they have to possess is far from being unanimously established. This is why Eurodesk and Eryica decided to create this booklet.
The term ‘Eurodesk Mobility Advisor’ has been coined to give a common name and recognition to different formats of delivering the ‘core business’ of Eurodesk – providing information about mobility opportunities to young people all over Europe. The current framework contains 12 competencies, grouped into 3 areas. Each competence contains a short definition and a list of behavioural indicators.
The Eurodesk Survey is a multilingual European-wide survey published by Eurodesk Brussels Link. A questionnaire is developed and translated by the Eurodesk Network and then shared with young people all over Europe. At the end of each edition, a report is released to highlight the results of the survey and suggest improvements for local, national and European actors.
Thanks to your EU citizenship, anyone can work and live anywhere in Europe without needing a work permit. Free movement of workers is a fundamental principle of the EU. Today, 17 million of EU citizens are living or working abroad. Whatever the reason, having an experience abroad can really boost professional and personal development. This guide was created for young people who want to work abroad.
The Euro-Participation & Euro-Activism brochure will tell you how the European Union was built, what values it carries, who decides what and how all of this is relevant to your daily life. You will be able to grasp the opportunities Europe has to offer thanks to its various programmes and initiatives for young people. You will also discover concrete ways to influence the shape of Europe through civic and political participation.
A collection of best practices from the main European youth information and mobility networks on enhancing youth service promotion and outreach.
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