Working Group Youth Exchange among organisations March 2016
The project KEY – Knowledge Exchange about Youth Participation is first (pilot) project of EUNET Working Group: Active participation of Youth – Exchange among organisations that was supported by Erasmus+ programme.
Goal of the working group is to enhance cooperation among member organizations of EUNET and contribute to further development of our everyday work (especially with young people) thanks to the exchanges of good practice among member organizations.
Project KEY is focused on the exchange of knowledge, experience, and know-how in the field of non-formal and informal civic education of the youth. Bringing together experienced professionals and young professionals from non-governmental organisations based in the Czech Republic, Germany, and Slovakia, it will lead to evaluation and improvement of methods used in youth work, acquisition of news skills, professionalization of their work, and strengthening of cross-border cooperation.
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The European Parliament has published a call for proposals for events related to the work of the EP. The Parliament is looking for local to international events with the objective:
- to promote and multiply a better understanding of the identity, role and political nature of the EP as the only democratically elected EU institution,
- to communicate the EP’s active involvement in fields that matter to EU citizens,
- to disseminate information and promote dialogue about the EP’s activities.
The minimum amount of grant is 15.000€ and the maximum 75.000€. The Parliament will co-finance up to 60% of the costs.
Deadline for applications is June 10th 2016.
European Parliament – Call for proposals for grants in the events category
The registration for the General Assembly and annual conference of EUNET 2016 is now open.
Please check out our designated website for all information regarding the programme, logistics and financial aspects as well as the registration form.
There will be 60 places available for our annual gathering and places will be given on a first come first served basis.
EUNET General Assembly 2016
Gender equality is inextricably linked to education. However, gender-based discrimination in education is both a cause and a consequence of broader forms of gender inequality in society.
The new OECD website monitors the progress made by governments to promote gender equality in both OECD and non-OECD countries and provides good practices based on analytical tools and data. The OECD Gender Data Portal includes selected indicators shedding light on gender inequalities in education, employment, entrepreneurship, health and development, showing how far we are from achieving gender equality and where actions is most needed.
The data cover OECD member countries, as well as partner economies including Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, and South Africa.
OECD Gender Portal
Civil Society Europe and its working group on Civil Society Recognition, which EUNET is part of, has prepared an online questionnaire on an assessment of civil dialogue mechanisms open for both European and national NGOs and associations.
The responses to the questionnaire as well as the results of interviews with NGOs and EU institutions will contribute to the preparation of a report on the State of the Union of civil dialogue in the EU to be issued in the autumn.
This survey aims at analysing Civil Society Organisations (NGOs, associations) interaction with the different European Union institutions and the possibility to share their expertise and influence decisions on EU policies and legislation.
The survey includes questions on the dialogue organised by the European Commission, European Parliament and the Council both in Brussels and at national level.
Please do not hesitate to share it with your members or with other civil society organisations you are in contact with.
Survey on Civil Dialogue