Creating
new spaces

Monitoring and analysing trends relevant for youth work

Boosting opportunities
Wednesday, 9 December 2020  •  11:15 AM  •  Workshop room 16

Youth work as a social practice takes place under social, economic, cultural and political conditions, which impact on its practices as well as the lives of young people. To observe, analyse and monitor trends and developments in society with relevance to youth work and to anticipate their impact on youth work is therefore crucial. The workshop will explore which measures are already at hand, including the youth work indicators within EU reporting, and discuss which ones are still to be developed.

Adjunct Professor Sinikka Aapola-Kari

In my current work I manage dozens of research projects, many of which are related to youth work. Our aim as a research organization is to produce knowledge which is academically high quality and has relevance for youth policy and professionals in the youth field. My own research focuses on young people's life-paths in today's Finland via the qualitative longitudinal research project 'Youth in time'.

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Sladjana Petkovic

Sladjana PETKOVIC is a senior European youth expert and UNICEF ECARO (Europe and Central Asia) consultant with 12+ years of professional experience in supporting European cooperation in the field of youth and providing an evidence based quality advice to the partner institutions through the EU-Council of Europe youth partnership’s Pool of European Youth Researchers, PEYR.

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