SHERYICA - SERIES of GOOD PRACTICE IN YOUTH INFORMATION
The Good Practice Booklet is a collection of successful stories from our Network in order to learn, inspire, generate and develop new projects and ideas. To download these documents, click on the following links:
To view previous good practice booklets, please click here.
COMPENDIUM ON NATIONAL YOUTH INFORMATION AND COUNSELLING STRUCTURES (2014)
The Compendium has the aim of being the main systemized source of information for stakeholders in countries where no youth information and counselling structures have yet been established. It gather information about the concept and history of the youth information, its impact and benefits, and an overview of how to establish youth information and counselling structures on national level.
Liaisons - a toolkit for the prevention of violent extremism through youth information (2018)
The toolkit for the prevention of youth violent extremism through youth information has been developed ), in cooperation with the Council of Europe, and with the support of the Bureau International Jeunesse (Belgium). Here is the e-version of the toolkit in FR and EN.
E-Learning Tools (2018)
The DOYIT eLearning guide for ERYICA eCourses is designed to lead you step-by-step towards delivering a quality eCourse to your learners. It aims to remind you how to deliver each of the 4 eCourses on the Moodle learning platform for other youth information workers in Europe!
Download the DOYIT eLearning Guide here
Check the Quality checklist for ERYICA online courses here
good practice booklet: engage. inform. empower (2017)
“Engage. Inform. Empower” is a collection of good practices from the main European youth information and mobility networks. The paper is a collaboration between ERYICA, EYCA and Eurodesk.
The publication is divided into four different categories: studying end employment, mobility and integration, digital tools and peer-to-peer and face-to-face. These themes lead the reader to almost 30 good practices all around Europe.
Position paper: ENGAGE. INFORM. EMPOWER. (2017)
YOUNG PEOPLE'S ACCESS TO RIGHTS THROUGH YOUTH INFORMATION & COUNSELLING (2015)
The aim of this document, produced in partnership with the Council of Europe, is answering the question: how to inform young people about their rights in an appealing way? It does not only include information on how to do it but also a list of practical activities in order to make youngsters aware of this topic.
YOUTH INFORMATION WORKERS FIT FOR YOUTH (2017)
The purpose of this Guide is to provide youth information workers with knowledge and resources on youth information methods and techniques. Moreover, the guide will present different experiences and practices of the youth information centers in Europe.
QUALITY Management in youth information and counselling (2014)
This publication aim at helping all those involved in youth information services in order them to provide a quality information and services. It is divided in three parts: First, a theoretical approach to quality management is given, then a evaluation tool for your youth information service and finally, six examples of already functioning quality management systems in Europe.
Download the Quality Management Tool here
SUMMER UNIVERSITY ON YOUTH INFORMATION AND COUNSELLING (2014)
The Summer University on Youth Information and Counselling was an event which took place in Braga in 2014, where professionals of the youth information from 35 different countries met. These reports not only describe the event but also they can be used as a valuable tool about this topic for further development.
INFORMATION RIGHT NOW CAMPAIGN (2012)
This campaign aimed to raise awareness among young people, decision makers and media on the special role of youth information with regard to young people’s access to rights. Download the file here
ALTYO - TOOLKIT FOR CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATIONS (2012)
The purpose of the ALTYO project was to empower/build the capacities of local youth CSOs in F.Y.R of Macedonia, Montenegro, and Bosnia and Herzegovina in advocacy and lobbying in order to effectively influence local and national policies. In order to reach named results, the delivery of this course was foreseen as a crucial activity within the project. Download the file here.
SAFETY AND QUALITY IN ONLINE YOUTH INFORMATION (2011)
This guide analyses the benefits and risks of the Online Youth Information, and tries to provide youth information workers a training in order to ensure that young people can safely access the quality information. Download the files in EN, FR, PO.
YOUTH INFORMATION STARTER KITS (2010)
This Starters Kit (published in 9 different languages) gives a first idea about what youth information is and how to set up youth information centres and services. In addition, it includes some practical information about the different European structures and what they can offer about this topic.