Contact making seminar
Youth work versus Euroscepticism
The project Youth work versus Euroscepticism included as main activities the European contact making seminar that took place on 07-
The project involved 11 partner organizations from Romania, Italy, Slovenia, Turkey, Spain, Greece, North Macedonia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Serbia, Czech Republic.
Themes of the project: European solidarity, combating Euroscepticism, use of media tools in youth activities, social inclusion, equity and equal opportunities at European level.
The project objectives:
Development of international cooperation among the partner organisations;
Creation of future projects of fighting euroscepticism.
Creating an intercultural environment for sharing information, experiences and models of good practices concerning the development of youth sector.
The European seminar Youth work versus Euroscepticism included activities to strengthen the European partnership, develop new Erasmus+ youth projects to support European solidarity and combat Euroscepticism and create media tools to promote European solidarity.
The project Youth work versus Euroscepticism, through its contact making seminar structure responded to the objectives and strategies of the organizations involved in increasing capacity, attractiveness and international dimension and motivation to innovate and improve quality in youth activity, increase capacity to address the needs of young people exposed to propaganda of misinformation.
Taking advantage of the unprecedented context encountered at European level, Eurosceptic currents have developed even more during Coronavirus pandemic, on a ground of uncertainty using misinformation and fake news and young people are a category with a high level of vulnerability of fake news. Investing in education and training and youth activities are some of the solutions with long-
The seminar was based on methods specific to non-