Futuro en jaque
Start date: Jun 8, 2016,
End date: Oct 7, 2016
Jack the future is the title of a project that will bring together youth transnational seminar in July to 48 European participants. For 7 days, young people try to analyze existing youth risk and threatening the future of their careers: road safety, eating disorders, safe sex, employability, drugs & addiction or the dangers of the Internet will be some of the Themes addressed in cooperation with experts in the field and responsible decision making.Through the structured dialogue, young people can hold meetings and talks of formal, non-formal and informal policy-makers responsible in making decisions that concern their future. Using a methodology that squeeze creativity and lateral thinking of the participants, study visits, workshops, videoforums, dynamic multculturales or brainstorming that will enhance abilities, skills and competencies related to employability will be developed.Participants from Latvia, Italy, Romania, Spain, Hungary and Greece, the European Union will know first hand the democratic values advocated by the political institutions of the Autonomous Community of Galicia. Similarly, participants will delve into Community policies and increase the degree of integration of European citizens.The structured dialogue, youth participation, new channels of participation and the concerns of European society for youth will be addressed by youth provided by a group of trainers and facilitators in collaboration with those responsible for making guests decisions. Social networks, contacts with local and regional associations and the participation of a large number of local young people will shape the impact and success of the dissemination strategy of the project.Prior to conducting a survey of transnational seminar will be launched at European level to meet the priorities and concerns of young people towards their future. The results will be presented to policymakers and sent to higher authorities for treatment and observation.
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