First Eastern Partnership Youth Forum: Recognition of youth work and non-formal learning
February 20, 2021

First Eastern Partnership Youth Forum: Recognition of youth work and non-formal learning


This report is based on the first Eastern Partnership Youth Forum in 2013 and is focused on developments in the quality of youth work, opportunities for the development of political strategies, inclusion and recognition strategies and the further development of youth work within the Eastern Partnership and European Union countries.

The report is structured according to the main themes, exploring in more depth each of the headings established for the programme of the Forum:

  • Go for inclusion, get quality bonus – Strategies for ensuring quality of non-formal education and youth work provisions;
  • Transferability of competences gained through non-formal learning in youth work;
  • Improving tools for recognition of non-formal learning in youth work;
  • Evidence-based youth policy and strategy development on local and regional levels;
  • Making the results of non-formal learning in youth work visible on local level.

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