This page presents the successful youth work practices used to empower young people in Europe:
- web-course about the successful youth work practices especially for youth work students
- an e-teaching manual about the good empowering youth work practices to be used as a part of the web-course
- a continuing education e-training programme for professional youth workers based on the web-course and the manual
- open access manual and web-course for wider interested stakeholders in youth issues in Europe
The material on this page has been evaluated and developed by cross-national and multidisciplinary co-operation between Science Universities, Universities of Applied Sciences, HEI students as well as youth workers from different organizations.
Empowering Youth – Successful youth work practises in Europe (EMPYRE)
The project is executed in September, 1st, 2019 – August, 31st, 2022.
The project is funded by Erasmus+ Youth in Action, Strategic Partnerships and Finnish National Board of Education.
Lead partner of the project is Juvenia – Youth Research and Development Centre in South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences.
Partners: University of Lodz, Centrum Zajec Pozaszkolnych Nr 1 w Lodzi, University of Bangor, Gisda cyf, Applied University of Upper Austria Linz, Kunnallisen nuorisotyön osaamiskeskus Kanuuna.