Erasmus+ Key Action 3 Support for policy reform Dialogue between young people and policy makers
ASSOCIAZIONE SOS EUROPA - ITALY ; Association for Cultural, Economic, Heuristic and Linguistic Cooperation - BULGARIA ; ANAPTIXIAKO KENTRO THESSALIAS - GREECE; Foundation for Society - LATVIA ; Fundacja Global Wave - POLAND; Psientífica - Associação para a promoção e desenvolvimento social - PORTUGAL; Asociatia Tinerilor Cu Initiativa Civica - ROMANIA ; Youth for Equality- SLOVAKIA ; MOVE! Murcia - SPAIN ; Symrnes Ogretmen Akademisi - TURKEY ; Subtiluship C.I.C. - UNITED KINGDOM; EUROKALLISKIVID - ESTONIA
The project YOUNG LEADERS INTERNATIONAL MEETING aims to support the youth participation in representative democracies and in civil societies. Moreover, it works to support the participation and engagement of young people and youth organisations in the process of elaboration, realisation, and evaluation of policies through a structured dialogue. One of the main objectives consists in creating or modifying national laws to enhance the youth condition.
SOS Europa, with all partners involved, wants to use the structured dialogue as a tool to improve the cooperation among young people. Moreover, it aims to engage a greater number of young people, in particular those with fewer opportunities, in the European policy making process.
The main objective is “allowing young people to take part of an heterogenous, connected, and inclusive Europe – Ready for the life, Ready for the society. “ This project aims to give people the opportunity to get in touch with those organisations involved in the promotion of active citizenship and in the improvement of youth policies. It involves 48 young people (24 men and 24 women), plus 12 facilitators or experts in the field, for a total amount of 60 participants (28 with fewer opportunities), coming from 12 different countries.
The project includes a transnational meeting, held in Ciampino, Rome from 27 to 31October 2017 and organised by SOS Europa with the support of all partners.
The activities will be carried out using non formal methods, such as Open Space Technology (OST), Focused Conversation, Future Search Conference, and Structured Dialogue. The planning and subject of the activities are based on SALTO publications, such as "Working on Work for All" e "InclusionthroughEmployability". The YouthPass certificate will be delivered to each participant. To disseminate the results of the projects and the programme Erasmus Plus outside the Italian borders, it will be used several means of divulgation.
After the meeting, 12 local events will be organised to share the results of the projects. Each event will see the participation of at least 100 young people, for a total amount of 12000 people. The project has the following objectives:
- the writing of 12 new law proposals concerning young policies and the approval by national government of 5 of them within the end of the project.
- the participation of at least 40% of participants in other international mobility projects, SVE included, in the following 8 months.
- the active participation, as candidate, of 30% of participants in the elections of their own countries.
- to see involved at least 60% of participants in promoting the active citizenship in their own community.
• Encourage and promote cross-sectoral cooperation and partnerships between youth organisations and youth work providers in order to develop integrated approaches in relation to citizenship education programmes. • Encourage the use of non-formal learning in order to promote the development of social skills and abilities related to human rights and democratic values, such as freedom of expression and respect for diversity, through the daily practice of democratic principles. • Develop ICT skills that allow young people to access, manage, evaluate, and create information online. • Develop digital tools to enhance political participation of young people, and develop innovative training methodologies designed for teachers, youth workers, trainers and multipliers who work with different target groups in formal education contexts • Work with different target groups in both formal and non-formal education contexts in order to reach young people at all levels; • Encourage youth participation in political elections and in the processes and formal structures of participatory democracies, such as political parties. • Support youth information campaigns and events organized in occasion of democratic elections at local, regional, national and European level. • Promote EU programmes in support of youth, such as the Erasmus Plus Programme. • Share good practices.
From Ciampino Airport (Best Option) From the airport take a bus to the train station of Ciampino. Bus stop at Ciampino airport is located just outside the terminal building. It's a direct journey and it takes about 5 minutes to reach Ciampino railway station. 400 meters from the train station to the Hotel VILLA GIULIA Via Dalmazia, 9. From Fiumicino Airport Take the Leonardo Express train (from Fiumicino Airport Rome Termini). From Rome Termini take another train to Ciampino City. From the train station 400 meters to the Hotel VILLA GIULIA Via Dalmazia, 9.
Hotel VILLA GIULIA
Via Dalmazia, 9, 00043 Ciampino RM http://www.hotelvillagiulia.com/
You will be accommodated in double, triple or quadruple -sex rooms with participants from different countries with en suite bathroom. Towels/bed linen will be provided. Food: three nice Italian meals will be served plus two coffee breaks per day.
Grazie all'on. Brando Benifei , europarlamentare per questo video-messaggio che ci ha inviato in occasione di Young Leaders International Meeting 2017 che inizierà il prossimo sabato 28 ottobre a Ciampino.
Pubblicato da SOS Europa su Giovedì 26 ottobre 2017
Ecco alcune immagini del momento di dialogo tra i decisori politici e gli #youngleaders a cui hanno partecipato il presidente di SOS Europa Mattia Di Tommaso, il vice-presidente del Consiglio Regionale del Lazio Mario Ciarla e il sindaco di Ciampino Terzulli, il coordinatore del progetto Out Sport Rosario Coco, Luca Bellino ed Erica Roic
Pubblicato da SOS Europa su Domenica 29 ottobre 2017