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Welcome to UNDER 30, the podcast series by the EU-Council of Europe youth partnership that brings research results, explores trends in young people's lives and themes relevant for youth policy and practice. The EU-CoE youth partnership is a co-operation programme between the European Commission and the Council of Europe in the field of youth, created in 1998, connecting youth research, policy and practice.
 
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How does revitalising democracy actually look on the ground and in practice? How can youth organisations contribute to democratic revival on the local and on the international level? How does the European Youth Foundation support local and international projects in the framework of the Democracy Here, Democracy Now campaign? We speak to Gabriella f…
 
Youth transitions to autonomy could be defined through many lenses. How did these definitions evolve in time? How have they been used to understand young people's lives and societal changes? How were policies developed to support young people? This episode was made as a preparation for our symposium Navigating Transitions, which will take place in …
 
Learning mobility activities in the youth field are restarting following the two years of break due to COVID-19 pandemic. How are youth workers, young people, trainers, facilitators and youth organisations experiencing the return to in-person activities? In this episode we discuss the experiences of learning mobility during and post pandemic, and t…
 
Youth work has been very fast in responding to the situation caused by the war in Ukraine, providing humanitarian aid and youth services for internally displaced young people within Ukraine and also to young refugees outside Ukraine. How do youth work competences help youth workers in dealing with the situation? How can young refugees from Ukraine …
 
How far has youth work gained formal, social and political recognition? Bit by bit resources and actions are having an impact on how we perceive the valuable contribution it has to young people and society as a whole and an ongoing objective. In this episode we introduce the Visible Value library of resources and inspiring stories on youth work rec…
 
Meet Biliana Sirakova, the newly appointed EU Youth Coordinator. What is the role of EU Youth Coordinator? How does she work on connecting and coordinating different youth initiatives, aimed at achieving EU Youth Goals? What are her daily tasks and challenges? Listen to the podcast to learn more about how EU Youth Coordinator supports co-creation o…
 
Participatory democracy does not rely only on elections, but also on a range of other tools and mechanisms which facilitate citizens' participation in decision-making. These tools can help young people to organise, engage with policy-makers at all governance levels and demand policy changes. In this episode we discuss the contemporary youth partici…
 
It’s been more than a month since Ukraine was attacked by the troops of the Russian Federation. Many people fled Ukraine and found shelter in the neighbouring countries, many also moved to other regions of Ukraine, which are not suffering from heavy bombing. How is the youth sector in Ukraine involved in supporting both civilians and the armed forc…
 
Citizenship education remains a contested term, lacking a universally accepted definition. Both, the understanding and practice of citizenship education have been discussed by educational institutions, the youth sector, political parties, ideologies, cultures and society as a whole. While citizenship education is often understood in relation to dem…
 
Digital youth work comes, undoubtedly, with many benefits. It was even perceived as a beautiful, pink balloon, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic when all youth work had to be done online. However, very quickly it turned out, it also comes with many costs. In this episode, we are discussing the limits of digital youth work based on the researc…
 
All of us can contribute to the development of the youth work environment! What needs to change? Do I need to be a superhero and do everything on my own? Where do I start? The EU-Council of Europe Youth Partnership's upcoming publication can support you in starting a change. In this episode, we are talking with Ajša Hadžibegović and Bastian Küntzel…
 
The EU-Council of Europe Youth Partnership has recently published a research paper “European youth work policy goals analysed” written by Ilona-Evelyn Rannala, Jelena Stojanovic and Marko Kovacic. The goal of this analysis is to showcase, examine and compare youth work policy goals/objectives of the European Union and the Council of Europe. Where d…
 
The impact of learning mobility projects is quite well known, it is well researched, mainly when it comes to the impact on the individual level. We think about it when we develop project ideas - what impact will the project have on the participants. But the impact does not end with the individuals, it also extends to a community - people who are so…
 
About time! is a new reference manual for youth policy from a European perspective published by the Youth Partnership. The manual is a reference tool for initiating youth policy and learning about the diversity of national and international governance and about the infrastructure available for youth policy, its implementation, review and evaluation…
 
In this podcast series, we have discussed many times the impact of the pandemic and all related restrictions on the lives of young people. Some time ago, we also had an episode on the Covid-19 Knowledge Hub developed by the Youth Partnership. The Hub has been there for a year now, and since it was officially launched at the Youth Knowledge Forum in…
 
In today’s episode we are discussing two European Youth Strategies, the EU youth Strategy and the Council of Europe youth sector strategy, looking at what they have in common and where they differ but also how relevant they are now in the COVID or post-COVID period. Both strategies are institutional reactions to the situation of young people in Eur…
 
The EU-Council of Europe Youth Partnership has recently published a study “Young people in rural areas: diverse, ignored and unfulfilled” co-authored by Adina Marina Șerban and Rūta Brazienė. One of the most striking findings is that rural policies ignore young people and youth policies ignore rural youth. Generally, there is little understanding a…
 
The issue of climate change and its impact on all of us has been discussed in many activities implemented both by the European Union and the Council of Europe. It also appears in many policy papers issued by both institutions. It is also present in many initiatives undertaken by youth organisations and youth movements. How can we, in the youth sect…
 
In previous episodes of our podcast, we have explored different topics covered in the latest Youth Knowledge Book on Young People, social inclusion and digitalisation. With this episode, we would like to focus on another topic you can find in the Knowledge book - digitalisation and social inclusion of youth people with disabilities. This topic is e…
 
This is another episode, in which we do deeper into different topics explored in the Youth Knowledge Book on Young People, social inclusion and digitalisation. This time we look into two chapters that discuss how digitalisation is affecting young people’s mental health and well-being. Our guest, Cathy Street wrote a chapter, in which she looks into…
 
This time we are talking with two guests - Daniel Briggs, who wrote an article on the use of WhatsApp by newly arrived refugees in Europe and Antía Pérez-Caramés, who reflected on the virtual communities created and used by young Spanish migrants in Europe. Both articles were published in the Youth Knowledge Book on Young people, social inclusion a…
 
This episode is one of the few ones, in which we will talk with different authors who contributed to the latest Youth Knowledge Book on Young people, social inclusion and digitalisation. Dariusz Grzemny and Lana Pasic are talking with two guests who wrote the chapter on Power, participation and geographical isolation exploring the impact of a digit…
 
The EU-Council of Europe youth partnership has done research on the topic of young people, social inclusion and digitalisation in 2019 and has recently published the youth knowledge book on “Young people, social inclusion and digitalisation”. In 16 chapters, the authors critically examine if and how digitalisation can support the quest for social i…
 
Welcome to Under 30, the podcast series by the youth partnership that brings the research results, explores trends in young people's lives and themes relevant for youth policy and practice. The issue of young people’s mental health and psychological well-being appeared in some of the previous episodes of our podcast when we were discussing the impa…
 
Welcome to Under 30, the podcast series by the Youth Partnership that brings the research results, explores trends in young people's lives and themes relevant for youth policy and practice. Young people across Europe are increasingly experiencing challenges to accessing their rights. Even more so nowadays in times of COVID-19 pandemic. In this epis…
 
The transcript of this podcast is available HERE ---------- COVID-19 had an impact on practically all aspects of young people’s lives. Learning mobility of young people is one of them. Borders were closed, people were not able to move freely, students’ dormitories were turned into places for people in quarantine, students were losing their jobs, yo…
 
The audio file with the transcript is also available HERE Youth organisations experience a shrinking space for civil society in a variety of ways and on many different levels. Space can start to shrink when governments see civil society as a threat. As a result, they employ tactics to discredit and weaken them, thereby shrinking the space in which …
 
See the transcript of this episode HERE How is youth work done? Who does it? Is it recognised? And if yes, how? How does one become a youth worker? What are the trends and developments in youth work and youth policy? How will the results of the latest European Youth Work Convention impact youth work and how youth work can contribute to the Bonn Pro…
 
The transcript of this episode is available HERE ----- The COVID-19 pandemic and all measures that were implemented by the European countries to control the spread of the coronavirus had a huge impact on young people's lives and the youth services. The youth partnership developed a Knowledge HUB to highlight the research and knowledge gathering ini…
 
The transcript of the podcast is available HERE __________________________________________________ Technology and digitalization have become an integral part of our lives, but particularly the lives of young people. What are the new challenges of digitalization for young people? What can youth work do to address these challenges? These are just a f…
 
The transcript of the podcast is available HERE ______________________________________________________ In 2017, the youth partnership initiated the research project on educational and career paths of youth workers in Europe. After three years, a lot of materials were collected and recently the youth partnership has published a book within its Youth…
 
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