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Designing an impactful Bonn Process through strategic joint action (repeated)

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Wednesday, 9 December 2020  •  03:45 PM  •  Workshop room 25

With the European Youth Work Agenda a new level of strategic joint action across
Europe in the field of youth work is envisaged. The workshop explores the question of how a co-ordinated approach for the Bonn Process can be established and how the Bonn Process can be linked with overall youth work development and the development of specific issues. Which elements need to be foreseen? How could an intended 'network for youth work development in Europe‘ best support the Bonn Process?

Miriam Teuma

I have been in my role as Chief Executive of Aġenzija Żgħażagħ, Malta's national youth agency since December 2010 and am responsible for implementing and coordinating Malta's national youth policy. I have also been lecturing in the Department for Youth and Community Studies at the University of Malta for the past fifteen years. I have extensive experience at European Union, Council of Europe, Commonwealth and international level on youth related issues and have contributed papers on youth work policy and practice to a number of international studies. In March 2018, I was elected chairperson of the Council of Europe's Steering Committee for Youth for which I served for two years and worked hard to establish the Council of Europe Youth Strategy 2030. I will be taking up this position again in January 2021.   

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Tanya Basarab

Tanya Basarab is currently ad-interim Manager of the EU-Council of Europe youth partnership. She has been working on the European Knowledge Centre for Youth Policy, youth policy evaluation, youth work and social inclusion of young people. Having studied international relations with a focus on development, she has been engaged with civil society organisations in the youth, community development, active citizenship, social and anti-poverty fields. Tanya led the preparation and running of the first edition of the MOOC on Essentials of youth work. She has also led the editorial work on Youth Knowledge Books 23 to 26 related to history of youth work, the research project on educational and career pathways of youth workers, study on youth work in eastern Europe, revised Tkit 8 and other educational material published by the youth partnership.

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