new spaces

Co-operation structures for exchange and peer learning (repeated)

Strengthening the community
Wednesday, 9 December 2020  •  02:15 PM  •  Workshop room 10

A common ground on youth work was achieved at the 2nd EYWC, but deeper co-operation and exchange within the youth work community of practice is still needed. New opportunities to establish platforms for knowledge transfer, spaces for reflection, and networks for co-operation can open up horizontally between various stakeholders within the community of practice at a certain level or vertically from local to European level. In the workshop participants will explore how co-operation can grow successfully.

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ozgehan Senyuva

Started youth work as part of long term student exchanges and workcamps; trainer/project coordinator of numerous trainings, exchanges and mobility projects; former vice president of Youth Express Network. Steering Group member of European Platform on Learning Mobility; Advisory group of European Academy on Youth Work and German Turkish Youth Bridge. Footbalista.

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Judit Balogh

I am the coordinator of the Europe Goes Local network, a cooperation in the area of youth work amongst Erasmus+ Youth in Action National Agencies and municipal stakeholders. I have been active in the youth field for twenty years, starting at NGOs in Hungary mainly focusing on intercultural learning and working with youth with a migrant background. I initiated and managed various learning mobility projects. I then joined the Hungarian National Agency of the Youth in Action programme where I gained expereinece in programme management and counselling. After a short period of working in labour market policy, in 2016, I became the coordinator of the Europe Goes Local project which is hosted by JINT vzw, the Belgian-Flemish National Agency of the Erasmus+ Youth in Action programme, based in Brussels.

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