As part of the Youth Work 2.0 project, Inercia Digital and Sprijin si Dezvoltare Association have selected 12 youth workers who want to become active agents of inclusion to fight against discrimination and foster the development of social, civic, intercultural competences among youths.
During the next phase of the project the youth workers will learn how to use the new intellectual outputs created by the 2 organisations in order to create a strategy on how to reach marginalised young people. They will also understand the link between social inclusion and youth work. The new intellectual outputs will help them develop, plan, implement, monitor and evaluate non-formal activities in order to promote the development of social, civic and intercultural competences among youths with and without fewer opportunities jointly. They will learn how to use the 21 new non-formal methods and the board game in the activities with young people with and without fewer opportunities jointly, in order to develop social, civic and intercultural competences while at the same time increasing tolerance, eliminating stereotypes and prejudice between the participating young people with and without fewer opportunities.