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Association for Children and Young People CHANCE . Here we are. •Approx. 1000 sq. m working space •Building belongs to the municipality •All running costs paid by municipality •Local, national and international activities •Some 150 people per week

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Association for children and young people chance
Association for Children and Young People CHANCE


Here we are
Here we are

  • •Approx. 1000 sq. m working space

  • •Building belongs to the municipality

  • •All running costs paid by municipality

  • •Local, national and international activities

  • •Some 150 people per week

  • •Education – information – counseling – therapy – youth policy

  • •27 staff


Principles and mission
PRINCIPLES AND MISSION

  • Always bearing in mind the principle of respecting human dignity, human rights and fundamental freedoms we aim at:

  • -preventing and working with all forms of violence and abuse among children and young people,

  • -supporting and helping children and young people develop their creative, intellectual and emotional potential

  • -actively involving the local community in work for and with children and young people


Youth work principles
YOUTH WORK PRINCIPLES

  • Non-formal education

  • Co-operation with other NGOs and youth groups

  • Inter-sectorial co-operation

  • Active involvement and participation

  • Open and easy access for all

  • Knowing and respecting the needs of young people

  • Development of competences

  • Constant/continuous self-education/development

  • Motivated team – believing in what we ‘preach’ – focus on relationships



Target groups
TARGET GROUPS

  • Young adults

  • Young adultsat the risk of socialexclusion

  • Institutionsworking

    with the youth and

    for the youth

  • Localinstitutions


Problem background
PROBLEM BACKGROUND

  • No fields in which young people could actively participate are created by the local institutions

  • Formal educational system not suitable for young people self-development and goal-achievement approach

  • Lack of common youth policy and cooperation between the local institutions


Effects of the problem
EFFECTS OF THE PROBLEM

  • Young peopledriftaway to othercountriesorbiggercities

  • Young peoplestay in Głogów, but turninto „complaining” mode, beingpassive and uncreative

  • Disfunctionalbehaviour (alcohol and drugabuse, violence)


Problem solution
PROBLEM SOLUTION

1) SYSTEMIC WORK WITH THE YOUTH THROUGH:

  • Developing theircreativity and motivation (groups, debates, non-formaleducation)

  • Enhancingyoungpeople’ssocialskills

  • Servinghelp in educational, professional and psychologicalfields

  • Volunteering


Problem solution1
PROBLEM SOLUTION

2) INTERDISCIPLINARY WORK WITHIN THE INSTITUTIONS (localgov., NGOsetc.)

  • Promotingand understandingthe idea of cooperation and youthempowerment

  • Creatingcommonyouth policy

  • Creating a body responsible for coordinating and supervisngyouthactivities


Youth trainings
YOUTH TRAININGS

  • Development of skills: film, music, artistic skills, first aid

  • Regular training for volunteers, incl. civic competences

  • Training of peer educators – human rights education

  • Occasional training activities

  • Entrepreneurship skills training


Success key factors
SUCCESS KEY FACTORS

  • Youth engagement

  • Trained team of youthworkers

  • Access to information, resourcesand help

  • Understanding the idea of youthempowerment and cooperationbetweeninstitutions

  • Mobilization of the localinstitutions

  • Publicity


Desirable results
DESIRABLE RESULTS

  • Creatingyouth-friendly environment, throughwork with competentstaff and responding to youngpeople’sneeds

  • Empoweringyoungpeople and setting the trend of activelifestylethrough non-formaleducation

  • Teaching and multiplyingsocialskills, localidentity and socialawarnessamongyoungpeople

  • Runninglocal and internationalprojects and providing a properfolowup

  • Promotingyouthactiveparticipation and non-formaleducation


Thankyou for yourattention

For more info visit:

www.eng.szansa.glogow.org


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