The TDM 2000 International Library site is a compound of manuals and useful materials related to training, formation, human rights, programs and non-formal education, that has been compiled in order to provide a useful help when working in any of these fields. Every document is downloadable and is available for all the visitors without need of login. The TDM 2000 International Library is a site created with the support of the Erasmus+ Programme. Visit the library at http://www.tdminternationallibrary.org/
On 12th, 13th and 15th November, with 95 applicants, TDM 2000 International will implement a cycle of webinars in different topics that had included: Communication, Visibility and Dissemination for NGOs projects; Project Management in Erasmus + Youth Programme; Soft Skills for Youth Employability. The seminars will be available to everybody in the network and its members websites, through stream view or through download.
From the 4th till the 6th of July the mid-term evaluation meeting of “Raise a problem, get an answer!” was held in Vilnius, Lithuania. One representative per partner country plus the coordinator of TDM 2000 International attended the meeting in order to see how the project is going through an internal evaluation. It was an important moment to understand at which stage the project is and to plan the next steps to take.
We are glad to announce that the project “From Europe to Asia: capitalizing experience in youth work” submitted Erasmus+ project under the Key Action 2 has been approved. It is a capacity building project that involves 7 partners (5 EU programme countries and 2 partners countries) and lasts 23 months.
The prepation phase for the project “In Your Shoes – Youth Exchange on Sport and Inclusion” is going on. At the end of June the APV will be implemented in Cagliari with the representative of each partner organization. The APV will be a key moment for the project preparation phase. Moreover, together we will visit the venue of the project, build a programme, select participants, divide tasks and discuss the practicalities. Through this project we will give the opportunity to a group of 60 young people from 10 different European countries to meet, discuss, promote and experience how sport activities can support and facilitate the inclusion of youngsters with
The training course “Youth and Democracy for Active Participation” took place in Nitra, Slovakia, from the 12 till the 20 of May. During the working days, designed for those active in working with young people, participants had the opportunity to explore and learn new tools to encourage active participation of young people. It was an intense training course and everyone came back home with more knowledge and experience to share with other youngsters.
“The distribution of questionnaries for “Raise a problem, get an answer!” took place during the last months. The survey aims at defining the actual problems that young people’s communities deal with, in order to set up practical solutions together and actively participate to the change through the local laboratories.
Questionnaires were spread in youth centres, universities, high schools, during cultural events and youngsters had the opportunity to raise the problems they see in their society. These problems will be analyzed in the future local laboratories by young people with the support of local policy makers. Those who would like to give their contribution filling out the questionnaire (available in English, Lithuanian,
We are glad to announce that the questionnaire of the Raise Up project is available online! This survey is aimed at defining the actual problems that our communities deal with, in order to set up practical solutions together and actively participate in change. We kindly ask you to fill it, it will take only 5 minutes of your time.
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For the deadline of 3rd of April we submitted Erasmus+ project under the Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices. The title is “From Europe to Asia: capitalizing experience in youth work”. It is a capacity building project that involves 7 partners (5 EU programme countries and 2 partners countries) and lasts 23 months. It aims at sharing and disseminating best practice of youth work from Europe to the partner countries involved.
Our newsletter of March is already sent to the subscribers. This month we share news about international meeting of our project RaiseUp, also about International Summer Week 2014 organised by Associazione TDM 2000. There is also news about European Youth Event and how to participate in it, what new e-learning opportunities appeared. Also we interviewed Managing Director of our new member Dianova Santos M. Cavero. If you want to know more, write us email@example.com.