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ANTI-GEWALT Deutsch-belgische Fachkräftekonferenz zur Reflexion und Entwicklung geeigneter Methoden im Umgang mit gewaltbereiten Jugendlichen in der Offenen Jugendarbeit
Start date: Jan 1, 2015, End date: May 31, 2015 PROJECT  FINISHED 

The violence among young people has increased dramatically in the recent years. The Open Youth Work (OJW) always gives young people a meeting point through their youth clubs and youth centres, who are characterized by discrimination and come from poor educational and –a far away milieu. Here are the new technical challenges: How can it deal with frustrated and violent young people in the educational sense and how can it also take a lasting positive impact on their social development? In preliminary discussions , we have identified in our practice field with a support of open youth work (OJW) in Germany our mutual interest to these challenges. To professionalize our professional skills further, we want to try as part of a German - Belgian specialists conference from 30/03/2015 to 02/04/2015 in Eupen to reflect and develop appropriate methods of dealing with violent young people in the open youth work. On the four-day conference we want together with 15 social workers of the OJW to reflect the phenomenon of youth violence as well as the implied social mission of the OJA , to share methods and structures, to learn the prevention programs on ANTI - VIOLENCE and beyond that to consider how the strands of the ERASMUS + program , YOUTH IN ACTION, are affine for educational work in particular with violent, thus challenging young people, usable and ultimately configurable. To leave this dialog open in a results paper technically, we have decided to resort to various standardized methods : Open Space, thematic workshops, plenary and working papers, exercises and role playing games. So we hope between theory and practice to ensure a lively exchange process that a) extends the skills of social workers in dealing with youth violence, b) recognize appropriate methods and structures that can be implemented in the practical field of OJW and c) encourage programs of the European youth work, as they offered the ERASMUS+ program with the Youth in Action to use for the non - formal education work with challenging young people.
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