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PEERing In PEERing Out: Peer Education Approach in Cultural Diversity Projects

This booklet is not an in-depth encyclopaedia covering all aspects of Peer Education and Cultural Diversity, but it can be used as an essential guide of tips and tricks to get you moving on your own peer projects. As part of the strategy for reaching the needs of young people, SALTO Cultural Diversity and the Austrian National Agency joined forces to plan the PiPo (Peering in Peering out) training course. The idea was to bring together young people from across Europe to increase their skills and competencies to enable them to deal with Cultural Diversity issues in their projects and work with other young people in their localities.

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Démocratie ici, Démocratie maintenant – Une compilation d’activités pour la participation démocratique des jeunes

Dans le cadre de la campagne Démocratie ici, Démocratie maintenant, le Bureau International Jeunesse a pris l’initiative de développer une compilation de fiches d’animations, afin de faciliter le déploiement d’activités de sensibilisation et de réflexion dans les écoles et organisations de jeunesse. Ce manuel propose 18 animations, classées selon les 3 piliers, inspirées de ressources pédagogiques régulièrement utilisées en éducation aux droits humains et à la citoyenneté démocratique (Libres Ensemble, Alternatives, Connexions, Parole aux jeunes, Repères).

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Over the Rainbow

This booklet is about how to work with LesBiGay youth in a respectful and helpful way. Furthermore, Over the Rainbow is a booklet about how to set up international youth projects that involve LesBiGay youth. International projects can be very beneficial not only for young people’s personal development, but also for creating a more accepting society of this invisible (hiding?) minority that is LesBiGay youth.

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Methodological guide ⎯ Concerted development of social cohesion indicators

This guide proposes a method and tools for making the co-responsibility of public and private actors work, at the local, regional, national and European levels, for the welfare of all without exclusion. It provides actors in the same geographical territory with the means to pool their ideas, choose their objectives and translate them into indicators in order to clarify and quantify them, monitor the progress made and assess their impact. Based on a global approach to social cohesion that looks not only at welfare in its various dimensions as an outcome, but also at how people interact to achieve this welfare and the values, feelings and bonds they share, the guide proposes a variable-geometry framework for analysing social cohesion in different areas of life and vulnerable groups.

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Measuring the success of cultural diversity projects

Culture takes diverse forms across time and space. This diversity is embodiedin the uniqueness and plurality of the identities of the groups and societies making up humankind. As a source of
exchange, innovation and creativity, cultural diversity is as necessary for humankind as biodiversity is for nature. In this sense, it is the common heritage of humanity and should be recognised and affirmed for the benefit of present and future generations.

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How big is your world? Europe, Youth and globalisation

Document based on the youth event « How big is your world? » was an opportunity for actors in the youth field to reflect on Europe’s position in and its relationships with the rest of the world, while examining how Europe, the world and young people are affected by global processes, from the perspective of young people.

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Charting the landscape of European youth voluntary activities

The research papers included in this collection, first presented at a seminar in Budapest in July 2004 entitled « How does the voluntary engagement of young people enhance their active citizenship and solidarity? » provides initial answers to these questions and more. As part of the framework of the partnership agreement on youth research between the Council of Europe and the European Commission, the research seminar and this publication provide a starting point for developing future strategies for the implementation of policy on young people’s voluntary activities. This collection is intended not only for researchers and policy makers, but also for practitioners involved with facilitating voluntary activities for young people and those with a general interest in non-formal learning.

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