The week-long campaign #internationalheart, run by IJAB together with many other partners, aims to promote the recognition of international youth work.
IJAB is working to produce a quantitative and qualitative overview of activities in the international youth work field.
Eurodesk is a European information network with coordination offices in 36 countries and more than 1,000 local service units. Eurodesk Germany works with around 50 local partners across the country.
EKCYP is a youth project run jointly by the European Commission and the Council of Europe.
Fachkräfteportal (Portal for child and youth services experts), a joint project, is an information, cooperation and communication platform for experts working in child and youth services.
This cooperation project explores ways for young people to use online media to participate in political and social life and provides organisations with digital tools to promote e-participation.
2020 will see the launch of a national campaign to promote international youth exchanges.
The network Kommune goes International (KGI) assists local authorities that plan to introduce or strengthen international youth work activities at the local level.
How can International Youth Work be made more sustainable and environmentally friendly?
What can sustainable consumer policy in Europe look like? NEXTdays asks young people from Europe and makes sure that their ideas, opinions and interests are heard!
The Round Table aims to encourage more mobility among experts and to professionalise the youth work community in Germany and across Europe.
How can international youth work activities be structured in such a way that young people with an impairment or disability can enjoy full access?
The youthwiki.eu platform offers detailed information on the structures, policies and measures that exist to support young people.