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Title: Youth in Action Programme


1
Youth in Action Programme 2007-2013
2
  • 4 Priorities of the programme
  • European Citizenship
  • Participation of young people
  • Cultural Diversity
  • Inclusion of young people with fewer opportunities

3
European citizenship
  • Making young people aware that they are European
    citizens
  • European values
  • ?Encourage young people to reflect upon European
    topics

4
Participation of young people
  • Encourage young people to be active citizens
  • Increase participation by young people in the
    civic life of their community
  • Increase participation by young people in the
    system of representative democracy
  • Support various forms of learning to participate

5
Cultural diversity
  • Make young people aware of the intercultual
    dimension of projects
  • Fight against racism and xenophobia

6
Social inclusion
  • Give young people with fewer opportunities access
    to YiA
  • Avoid exclusion of specific target groups
  • ?Inclusion strategy of Youth in Action

7
  • Important Features of the programme
  • Non-Formal Learning
  • Recognition of non-formal learning
  • Visibility of Youth in Action Programme
  • Valorisation of Results
  • Anti-discrimination
  • Equality between women and men
  • Protection and safety
  • Multilingualism

8
Non-formal learning
  • Youth in Action provides opportunities for young
    people to acquire skills and competences
    instrument for non-formal and informal learning
  • Participative and learner-centred approach,
    voluntary basis
  • Complementary to formal education and training

9
Recognition of non-formal learning
  • Instrument of validation and recognition of
    non-formal learning experiences under Youth in
    Action
  • ? Youthpass
  • Ready to be implemented in 2007 (for Youth
    Exchange and EVS)
  • Developed in cooperation with SALTO Germany

10
Valorisation
  • Dissemination and exploitation of results in view
    of optimising their value and impact

11
Protection and safety of young people
  • Child protection in a broader sense covering all
    kinds of problems including sexual and moral
    harassment, intercultural problems, accidents,
    fire
  • Guidelines adopted under YOUTH
  • Training

12
Supportive approach
  • The supportive approach of the Youth in Action
    Programme consists of guiding users of the
    Programme through all phases, from the first
    contact with the Programme through the
    application process to the realisation of the
    project and the final evaluation

13
Training strategy of Youth in Action
  • Training and Cooperation Plans of NAs
  • Staff training
  • SALTO Resource Centres
  • Action 4.3 Training and Networking for those
    active in the field of youth
  • Partnership between the European Commission and
    the Council of Europe

14
Age limits
  • General target group
  • Young people between 13 and 30
  • Core target group
  • Young people between 15 and 28 years

15
Age limits
  • Lower age limit Upper age limit
    Exception
  • Action 1 Youth for Europe
  • 1.1 Youth Exchange 13 25
    26-30
  • 1.2. Youth Initiatives
    18 30 15-17
  • 1.3. Youth Democracy
  • Projects 13 30 None
  • Action 2 European Voluntary Service
  • Lower age limit Upper age
    limit Exception
  • 18 30 16-17
  • Action 3 Youth in the world
  • For Youth Exchanges, the rules as in Action 1
    apply, for Training and Networking Projects, the
    rules as in Action 4 apply.
  • Action 4 Youth support systems
  • No age limits
  • Action 5 European cooperation in the youth field
  • 5.1 Transnational Youth Seminars and National
    Youth Seminars

16
Who can participate?
  • Programme Countries
  • EU Member States
  • EFTA/EEA countries
  • Candidate Countries
  • Neighbouring Partner Countries
  • Other Partner Countries of the world

17
Who can participate?Neighbouring Partner
Countries

18
  • Actions of the programme
  • Action 1 - Youth for Europe
  • Action 2 - European Voluntary Service
  • Action 3 Youth in the World
  • Action 4 - Youth support systems
  • Action 5 Support for policy cooperation

19
  • Action 1 Youth for Europe
  • Action 1 is divided in 3 sub-Actions
  • Youth Exchanges
  • Youth Initiatives
  • Youth Democracy Projects

20
Action 1.1 Youth Exchanges
  • Similar scheme than under YOUTH
  • Focus on advance planning visit
  • Focus on child protection
  • Priority for multilateral youth exchange
  • Follow up/valorisation activity possible
  • Youthpass

21
Action 1.2 Youth Initiatives
  • Distinction between  National Youth
    Initiatives  and  Transnational Youth
    Initiatives 
  • Coaching
  • Follow-up/valorisation activity

22
  • Thank you for your attention!
  • More information
  • Dorota Bregin (Silesia Nostra Association,
    Poland)
  • dorota_at_silesianostra.pl
  • Mobile 48 503030796
  • Vojtech Broucek (Junák, Czech Republic)
  • vojtech.broucek_at_junak.cz
  • Mobile 420 608 057 428
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