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Overview of the project

One third of young people in the EU are at risk of social exclusion. Youth workers are facing the increasing complexity for the youths’ inclusion, because the risks of exclusion arise are multiplying, and they must deal with these challenges in a holistic approach (Kieselbach,2007). Youth work plays an important role in enhancing social inclusion…

About the Youth Work 2.0’s online platform

As part of the Youth Work 2.0 project we have created an Open Education Resource (OER) to teach youth workers how to correctly plan, implement, monitor and evaluate a learning activity with young people with and without fewer opportunities jointly.

About the Erasmus+ Programme

Erasmus+ is the EU’s programme to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe. Its budget of €14.7 billion will provide opportunities for over 4 million Europeans to study, train, and gain experience abroad.

Handbook – 21 new non-formal methods

Within the Youth Work 2.0 Project, we have developed 21 new non-formal methods to be used in the activities with young people with and without fewer opportunities jointly to develop social, civic and intercultural competences and to ensure social inclusion at the same time. The non-formal education methods have been created taking into consideration the particularities of each fewer opportunity, so they don’t need to be adapted in order to ensure social inclusion.