European Values: Finland’s creative concept for engaging youth

January 29, 2020

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European Values: Finland’s creative concept for engaging youth

We are in Finland, Lahti, where in 2019 a very interesting project took place. ‘European Values’ has been a project from the Finnish National working group to bring the European Youth Strategy into the practice. The goal was to get local actors to evaluate how their strategies and actions are related to this European Youth […]

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Auli Wallenius and Lauri Keskivali

January 29, 2020

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Auli Wallenius and Lauri Keskivali

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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Youth Work: the ‘Eger Way’

January 8, 2020

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Youth Work: the ‘Eger Way’

Today, we visit Eger, Hungary and talk to Gulyás Barnabás and Huszthy Boglárka about how quality local youth work is implemented locally. In June 2019, Barnabás and Boglárka took part in the 3rd EGL Event in Brussels and presented their local good practices on developing Eger’s Youth Action Plan, #TEger project and shared some successful […]

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Boglárka Huszthy and Barnabás Gulyás

January 8, 2020

Faces of EGL

Boglárka Huszthy and Barnabás Gulyás

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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‘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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