Showing posts with label youthworkers2.0. Show all posts
Showing posts with label youthworkers2.0. Show all posts

29 June 2020

GEYC-ID - registration made simple!

Under the framework of the KA2 project Youth Workers 2.0, GEYC has introduced the GEYC-ID, a unique identification number for the Community members. 

28 October 2019

GEYC Community - a good practice example of digital youth work (ESPON Seminar)

Bucharest, 30th of October 2019: The ESPON Seminar on “Shaping the “Next Economy”: The Territorial Dimension of the Future of Work in Southern Europe” will examine the territorial dimension of labour markets in Southern Europe, setting forth the need to adopt a place-sensitive approach while broadening the governance perspective for designing effective policies. Our colleague, Gabriel Brezoiu, will join as an invited expert during the second part of the seminar "Part II: Tackling Youth Unemployment: Is Enough Being Done?" presenting the example of GEYC Community as a digital youth work good practice.

15 September 2019

Apel deschis: HTML Basics for Youth Workers | Workshop [GRATUIT]

HTML Basics for Youth Workers este un eveniment dedicat lucrătorilor de tineret și tinerilor între 16-24 de ani, care își doresc să învețe elementele de bază în HTML și să „programeze” un site web. Evenimentul se desfășoară la București, la OK Center, pe 7 octombrie 2019 și face parte din EU Code Week. Evenimentul este organizat de către GEYC cu sprijinul Asociației Techsoup prin programul ”Meet and Code”. Termen limită pentru înscrieri: 3 octombrie 2019.

03 June 2019

European Mobility Cafe - May 11th, Iași, Romania

On May 11th, 2019, GEYC organized the 22th edition of the European Mobility Cafe, an info session which this time was organized under the framework of the #thistimeimvoting campaign, Inyous (International Youth Studies) and Youth Workers 2.0 Erasmus+ KA2 projects.

14 November 2018

The start of the KA2 Partnership "Youth Workers 2.0"!

“Youth Workers 2.0” project will provide guidance and training for youth workers across Europe on how to use ICT tools and digital methods to better deliver basic skills youth education. This will be done through an integrative approach in collecting, sharing and disseminating innovative and inclusive teaching and learning practices using ICT tools and digital methods.