a simulation exercise on advocacy at European level adapted and tested during out study session “I, Youth Advocate”
an introductory e-learning module on advocacy
T-kits of the Council of Europe and the Council of the European Union
The training manual represents one of the outcomes of MIJARC Europe’s Annual Work Plan 2016 co-financed by the Council of Europe through the European Youth Foundation. The manual contains five units each of them divided into sub-units. At the beginning of each unit you can find information on its contents, its learning objectives, the sub-units and the time needed for each. Inside the sub-units you will find step by step guidance on how to organize the session.
The present publication was created by young people from Europe in their attempt to explore the complex causes of youth unemployment, to discover some solutions that have demonstrated their effectiveness in European countries and to develop together tools that youth workers could use to raise awareness on the problems caused by youth unemployment or to fight against it. In this publication you will find three sections focusing on good practices and tools to fight against youth unemployment.
This Toolkit gathers a collection of games and activities which were tested during our youth exchange “Building bridges for a more inclusive rural Europe”. The participants decided to create it in this format with the main aim of supporting them in the replication of such activities in their local/regional/national contexts. This toolkit does not aim to be a manual with new resources, but rather a gathering of several proposals, that can serve both, less experienced and more experienced educators/ youth workers to plan a series of activities around this topic.
In July 2012, in Toledo – Spain, numerous young people from all over Europe gathered to
reflect on a very hot topic: migration. Together, they tested the games you will find in this toolkit. This toolkit includes 6 activities: reflexion or fun games which we hope will help young people in rural areas to discover this issue and the coordinators and animators of events to work on the topic of migration.