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Webinar: Reaching young people online

Reaching young people online (Juha Kiviniemi)

When young people are online, where are they really and what are they up to?

Young people are self-organising in communities often out of reach for traditional youth work. This presentation aims to shed light on how young people interact online and look into pathways to reach them in those online spaces.

  • This presentation is one part of a webinar: Young People & Youth Workers in Online communities which was organised by SALTO Participation and Information Resource Centre (SALTO PI) and is co-funded by the National Agencies from Iceland, Bulgaria, Greece, Estonia, Slovakia, Italy, Lithuania and Poland. The training is part of a TCA (Transnational Cooperation Activities) project “Media and Information Literacy Training Programme” coordinated by SALTO PI.

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Juha Kiviniemi

Juha Kiviniemi is a digital youth work expert from Verke, Finland and an Erasmus+ trainer. In the last couple of years he has especially focused on the topics of technology education and social inclusion in the digital youth work field. When he is not training youth workers in Finland or abroad, he can most likely be found online trying to assimilate all the information on the internet.

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SALTO Participation and Information Resource Centre (SALTO PI) develops strategic and innovative action to encourage youth participation in democratic life.