The project builds on the document “Common grounds and intentions for InterCity Youth” and the report “Quality Youth Work – a common framework for the further development of youth work” and runs between 2016-03-01 and 2018-08-31.
The project addresses the lack of a common ground for youth work and of a clear picture of what constitutes quality in youth work. At the same time it intends, as an overall aim, to build a firm organisational platform where this common ground and view on what is qualitative youth work could be turned into practical quality development through peer learning and exchange of methods and best practices – InterCity Youth – the European Network of Local Departments for Youth Work.
The main objectives of the project are a) to develop sets of common indicators on participation, non-formal learning, gender equality and inclusion of marginalized groups of youth, to be published in a booklet b) to create a web-based library of methods and best practices linked to the indicators.
The partners in the project are:
- KEKS, network of municipalities, Sweden – coordinating
- Municipality of Cinisello Balsamo, Italy
- Kanuuna, network of municipalities, Finland
- Municipality of ‘s-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands
- City of Stara Zagora, Bulgaria
- City of Thessaloniki, Greece
- VVJ, network of municipalities, Belgium
- City of Munich, Germany
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