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European Guidelines for Digital Youth Work

Illustration for The European Guidelines for Digital Youth Work

Illustration for The European Guidelines for Digital Youth Work

The European Guidelines for Digital Youth Work have been designed to clearly define Digital Youth Work, its impact and the value of youth work as an important educational practice which can empower young people in a digitalising society. The guidelines give practical and ethical guidance to youth workers, managers and organisations. They also include a call to action for funders and policy makers for the youth work sector, outlining steps they can take to enable the development of digital youth work for all young people. This work been developed collaboratively between partners in Austria, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Ireland and Scotland. We have consulted with the youth work sector in these countries and through our wider international networks.

The Guidelines build on the report of the EU Expert Group on Digitalisation and Youth and are designed to complement the forthcoming EU Council Conclusions on Digital Youth Work and demonstrate how digital youth work plays a role in International agenda.

Authors

Digital Youth Work Consortium

Digital Youth Work Consortium - This work been developed collaboratively between partners in Austria, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Ireland and Scotland. We have consulted with the youth work sector in these countries and through our wider international networks. The Guidelines build on the report of the EU Expert Group on Digitalisation and Youth and are designed to complement the forthcoming EU Council Conclusions on Digital Youth Work and demonstrate how digital youth work plays a role in International agenda.

YouthLink Scotland

Centre for Digital Youth Care (Denmark)

Verke – The National Digital Youth Work Centre (Finland)

wienXtra MedienZentrum (Austria)

JFF – Institut für Medienpädagogik (Germany)

National Youth Council of Ireland and Camara Education Limited (Ireland)