“Strengthening the Potential of Youth Work in Eastern Europe” II Peer Learning Event on Support to Youth Work Development.

Natalia Shevchuk, NYCU Secretary-General is currently in Tbilisi at the conference “Strengthening the Potential of Youth Work in Eastern Europe” II Peer Learning Event on Support to Youth Work Development.

During the first day of the event, participants worked in groups and shared best practices on the following topics:
– Youth centres and youth infrastructure;
– Experience of European, national and local youth capitals;
– Education, training and support of youth workers;
– Planning and development of youth work at the local level;
– Cooperation of different stakeholders of youth work at the local level;
– Youth involvement in the development of youth work quality at the local level: European Youth Forum, National Youth Councils, local youth councils;
– Developing a framework for youth policies;
– Youth work methods and mechanisms;

NYCU position on youth work can be found at http://bit.ly/2QUGhE4
The youth work point  is also reflected in NYCU Recommendations to the National Youth Policy Strategy 2030: http://bit.ly/2EEHybW

Such events are not only a great opportunity to share experience in the youth work field, but also to strengthen cooperation between the National Youth Councils of the Eastern Partnership countries as a whole.
National Council of Youth Organizations of Georgia (NCYOG)
Consiliul Naţional al Tineretului din Moldova
National Assembly of Youth Organizations of the Republic of Azerbaijan
Belarusian National Youth Council