‘SPAM, I AM’ – Finland’s Self and Peer Assessment Model in Action

December 18, 2019

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‘SPAM, I AM’ – Finland’s Self and Peer Assessment Model in Action

The EGL Charter postulates that the ‘quality development of local youth work needs a clear and comprehensive system for documentation and follow-up of outcomes, preconditions, and work processes in relation to measurable indicators and aims’. Finland’s Self and Peer Assessment Model (SPAM) is such an example – a unique model for quality development of local […]

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Merja Hovi and Mervi Ahola

December 18, 2019

Faces of EGL

Merja Hovi and Mervi Ahola

Behind every EGL Project there are people – those incredible, energetic and enthusiastic humans who make things happen on the field. People who manage the activities, build relationships, share knowledge, inspire local communities, keep an eye on the social impact of their work. Who are the faces of EGL? We want to get to know […]

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Sweden: Salutogenic Approach to Open Youth Work

December 11, 2019

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Sweden: Salutogenic Approach to Open Youth Work

Today, we introduce to you Diana Pettersson Svenneke and Pepe Herrera – a coordinator and a youth worker at the KC network in Sweden. They will talk to us about using salutogenic approach (promotion of health) to youth work and why it is important to focus on health factors that makes us function optimally. They […]

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Diana Pettersson Svenneke and Pepe Herrera

December 11, 2019

Faces of EGL

Diana Pettersson Svenneke and Pepe Herrera

Behind every EGL Project there are people – those incredible, energetic and enthusiastic humans who make things happen on the field. People who manage the activities, build relationships, share knowledge, inspire local communities, keep an eye on the social impact of their work. Who are the faces of EGL? We want to get to know […]

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Project “Laut!” – Youth Participation in Germany

December 4, 2019

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Project “Laut!” – Youth Participation in Germany

LET’S GET ‘Laut!’ The goal of ‘Laut!’(‘Loud’ in English) is to stimulate participation and give presence and voice to all young people in Nuremberg. It makes a point that young people are a very diverse group and in order to provide quality support and representation, a wide range of varied approaches is required. The multiple […]

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Igor Korovin, a Youth Volunteer at ‘Laut’!

December 4, 2019

Faces of EGL

Igor Korovin, a Youth Volunteer at ‘Laut’!

Behind every EGL Project there are people – those incredible, energetic and enthusiastic humans who make things happen on the field. People who manage the activities, build relationships, share knowledge, inspire local communities, keep an eye on the social impact of their work. Who are the faces of EGL? We want to get to know […]

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