Our youth at the United Nations

As part of his commitment to bring the United Nations closer to young people, the President of the 72nd Session of the United Nations General Assembly, H.E. Mr. Miroslav Lajčák will host a Youth Dialogue on 30 May 2018. This one-day event seeks to listen to the ideas, needs and concerns of young people on bridging education and skills training with employment in the 21st century, as well as on the prevention of radicalization. The event further aims to galvanize the efforts of many global alliances and initiatives that are empowering young people.

Two members of our team: Gabriel Coupeau, as coordinator of Intercultural Education and Mattia Barina as coordinator of Youth Unemployment will go to New York to represent Education for an Interdependent World (EDIW) and The Teresian Association.

Gabriel Mattia

Roots and Wings project publication 

 

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This publication conveys young people and youth workers' experience of Roots and Wings project and beyond and highlighting reflections on five social challenges: The challenge of intercultural dialogue, education for all, youth unemployment, migration, and youth participation.

DARE+ in Brussels

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Erasmus+ Project “Developing All-Round Education” (DARE+) is not just the name of the project that brought together fifty people from six countries and very different backgrounds to Brussels the week of July 11-16. DARE+ is also an invitation to believe -and make others believe- in the European Project that, despite its flaws and imperfections, we all know and love.

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