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The belgian eu presidency youth presentation in rotterdam
The Belgian EU-Presidency Youth(presentation in Rotterdam)

19 maart 2010


Future belgian eu presidency of youth and the council of youth 1st of july 31st of december 2010
Future Belgian EU-Presidency of Youth and the Council of Youth(1st of July – 31st of December 2010)


The setting
The setting Youth

  • Treaty of Lisbon (Art. 165.2)

  • November 2009: Council Resolution on the Renewed Rramework for Cooperation in the Field of Youth (2010-2018)

  • Teampresidency ES-BE-HU

    • Common goals

    • Common project: structured dialogue


Cooperation between the 3 communities
Cooperation between the 3 Communities Youth

  • Flemish Community: leading role and presiding the Council of the ministers of Youth

  • Germanspeaking Communitiy: spokesperson and formulating the official position during the meetings of the Council

  • In close and permanent cooperation amongst the key role players of the 3 communities: ministries, national agencies, youth councils, youth researchers


Priorities 3 threads throughout the future belgian eu presidency youth
Priorities: 3 threads throughout the future Belgian EU Presidency Youth

  • Youth Work

  • Youth Employment

  • Coordination of the agenda concerning children, young people and children’s rights

    All threads come together on

    the Council of the Ministers of Youth

    (19th of November)


Youth work
Youth Work Presidency Youth

  • A “natural” theme for the 3 Communities

  • A new role for youth work in the renewed framework of cooperation

  • 2 events in Ghent

    • 1st European Conference on the History of Youth Work and Youth Policy. Relevance for youth work policy today (Ghent, 5-7th of July 2010)

    • 1st European Youth Work Convention (Ghent, 7-10th of July 2010)


Youth work1
Youth Work Presidency Youth

  • Council: Resolution/recommendation on youth work (including special attention for access of the poorest children and young people)

  • Council: Conclusions answering a study of the EC about access of culture for young people

  • European seminar about the mobility of the poorest children and young people (French Community, Namur, 9-11th of December)


1st european youth work convention ghent 7 10 july 2010
1st European Youth Work Convention Presidency Youth(Ghent, 7-10 July 2010)


Setting
Setting Presidency Youth

  • Renewed framework for Cooperation in the Field of Youth (Council Resolution, 27.11.2009): ‘supporting and developing youth work’

    • Description of youth work

    • Start of an agenda until 2018

    • Commitment of Belgium

  • Workplan for the Youth in Action Programme: intention of EC to organise a conference of youth workers (cfr. 2007, 2008)

  • Future Council of Europe Youth Policy: Agenda 2020: Declaration of Ministers of Youth + Resolution of the Committee of Youth (2008)


Aims of the convention
Aims of the Convention Presidency Youth

  • To show the diversity of youth work and its impact on young people and society (pan-European)

  • To take up from existing European discussions and policy processes on strategic themes and bring these further to give impetus to new processes

  • To boost European cooperation and networking amongst youth workers to reinforce youth work

  • To address messages to states, EU/EC, CoE, YFJ, … some of which can and will be taken on board in the political follow-up under the Belgian presidency


What is the convention about
What is the Convention about Presidency Youth

  • Youth work: diversity and common ground

  • Discussion/reflection/suggestions on general youth work related themes

    • Professionalism of youth work

    • Training and mobility of youth workers

    • Recognition of youth work

    • Youth work and policy making

    • Position of youth work

    • Impact and effect of youth work

    • Sustainable support for youth work

    • Youth work for all and in diversity


What is the convention about1
What is the Convention about Presidency Youth

  • Inspiring speakers on general youth work related themes

  • Showing (inter-)national good practices

  • Conclusions

  • Past – present - future


Who is involved in the preparation
Who is involved in the preparation Presidency Youth

  • Future Belgian EU Presidency

  • European Commission

  • Council of Europe

  • European Youth Forum

  • Advisory Council

  • European youth(work) researchers


Who will be invited
Who will be invited Presidency Youth

  • 50 countries that signed the cultural convention of the CoE + institutions and invitees

  • Delegations:

    • Ministry

    • Youth council

    • National agency

    • Youth (work) researcher

    • Youth workers


Inspirational events
Inspirational events Presidency Youth

  • In Belgium

  • In Rotterdam

  • In Lithuania

  • In Leicester


Rotterdam 17 19 03 2010
Rotterdam (17-19.03.2010) Presidency Youth

  • NJI and future Belgian EU Presidency Youth: in line

  • Article in an extra edition of Coyote magazine

  • Inspiring for:

    • Programme of the Convention

      • Position of youth work

      • Influencing policy makers

      • Good practices

    • Organisation of the Conventionbased on our presence and feedback from particpants


The belgian eu presidency youth presentation in rotterdam

  • www.youth-eutrio.be Presidency Youth

  • REGISTRATION

  • Beginning of April 2010

  • THROUGH

  • European Steering Committee of Youth of the CoE (CDEJ)

  • Youth Working Party

  • Permanent Representatives


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