What we all see as numbers and statistics every day on television, arrives on the „doorstep“ of professional open youth work – be it centre based or detached – as people, young people.
We wanted to know how does the field cope with the inclusion of this target group of newly arrived young refugees in Europe. We bring perspectives from Austria, Croatia, Germany and Sweden and contributions from the Council of Europe and the Erasmus+ Youth Sector for this main topic of LOGBOOK Issue 2.
We also look closer at the concept of youth coaching in South Tyrol and present to you „My Future“. And we listen to Elžbieta and Egidijus, a young person and a youth worker from Lithuania who give us an insight in their relationship.
The questions how to become a detached youth worker in The Netherlands and if we can bridge the gap between research and practice in youth work round up this second edition of our magazine on professional open youth work.
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This project is financed with the support of the European Commission. The information and views set out in this Magazine are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official opinion of the European Union. Neither the European Union institutions and bodies nor any person acting on their behalf may be held responsible for the use which may be made of the information contained therein
LOGBOOK is a product of the Strategic Partnership „Mapping professional open youth work in Europe“ coordinated by poywe – professional open youth work in Europe, Austria, 1020 Vienna, Lilienbrunngasse 18/2/47 – all rights reserved
Chief Editor: Alexandra Beweis
Editors: Danijela Bujević, Pauline Grace, Dick Smit
Second Issue: March 2016