ERYICA is pleased to announce the appointment of a new Governing Board, that will lead the organisation for the next three years! We would like to thank the Governing Board that has worked with us over the past three years, especially those who are ending their terms (Sif Vik, Miriam Teuma and Daniel Poli), for their stunning professionalism and dedication.
On 9th May 2019, Ivica Bosnjak , State Secretary at the Ministry of Demographics, Family, Youth and Social Policy of the Republic of Croatia, held a formal signing of the European Youth Information Charter in Croatian. ERYICA Governing Board Member, Matjaž Medvešek, attended this event on behalf of ERYICA.
The Council of Europe is facing a budgetary crisis, in order to face this complex circumstance, it must reduce about 13% of its annual budget and it is foreseen that the budget of the CoE Youth Department will be significantly affected.
The European Youth Forum analysed in the report “The Future of Work and Youth” how this new era will affect young people, by identifying five key themes: skills, access to social protection, workers’ rights and wellbeing, transition and environmental concerns, and equality.
The Council of Europe is turning 70 years old! For its anniversary the Council of Europe launched its70th anniversary website, a fancy way to explore history and the crucial role played by the Council of Europe!
The European Parliament approved the next Erasmus+ programme for 2021-2027 on 28 March 2019. It provides a threefold increase of founds for the next Erasmus generation with the aim to boost mobility and make the programme more accessible! It’s a good time to be a travel bug!
The UNESCO-led Global Media and Information Literacy Week Feature Conference will take place on 24-26 September in Gothenburg, Sweden, under the theme “MIL Citizens: Informed, Engaged, Empowered”! You can submit your case-study and academic papershere by 15 May 2019 .
OMG (in English DML - Discover Media Literacy) is a collection of lectures that aims to teach students at high schools and primary schools (age 12+) about the use of social networks and the threats that come with them.
The Youth Information Centre (YIC) of Agros organised a Visual Communication workshop. It aimed to provide all the necessary tools to young people to develop their social and digital skillsand knowledge through an alternative way of participation by using the method of Non-Formal Education .
In order to raise awareness of trans issues, Youth Work Ireland has produced two resources that aim to educate society in support to LGBT+ young people, with a focus on young and trans in rural Ireland that are still facing problems due to a less inclusive environment.
Τwelve theatre workshops took place between December 2018 and February 2019, in which twenty participants had the chance to apply drama techniques, take part in theatrical exercises and present their own plays as a means of self-improvement.
Teeviit offers high-quality, clear and relevant information to young people via an online platform. The website provides information under six categories: learning, work and careers, youth work opportunities, relationships and safety, health and society.
ERYICA’s 30th General Assembly will be hosted in Tallinn by the Estonian Youth Work Centre (ENTK), on 15-17 May. It will be a special occasion to highlight the accomplishments reached through decades of cooperation in the field of Youth Information, and to look to the future to identify new strategies.
This guide explains the voting terms and conditions, the voting system and roles of European Political Institutions, providing an overview of the relevant information for being a well-informed citizen!
ERYICA is launching a new training manual for youth information workers, trainers and peer educators! It’s called ‘Peer-to-Peer in Youth Information’ and it was designed in the framework of the Future Youth.Info Toolbox project!
ERYICA invites stakeholders and future users of the European Youth Information Quality Label to express their views and albeit briefly, contribute to this creative process through an Open Dialogue day that will take place on 12 June 2019 in Brussels.
A new edition of Youth Knowledge publications has been published! Check out “Between insecurity and hope - Reflections on youth work with young refugees” to learn about the role of youth workers regarding immigration.