In February 2020 POYWE was a partner in the organisation of the international conference “Exploring the digital dimension of youth workers’ competences” in Vienna. We discussed digital youth work and the knowledge, skills and competences youth workers need to provide the best possible offers to young people in any kind of digital dimension. This magazine was meant to show what happened at that conference, where we are with including digital issues in various competence models and highlight some initiatives in this area – and it sill is.
But when participants left Vienna on 27th of February the numbers of COVID19 infections skyrocketed in Europe and also the world of youth work changed dramatcially in the weeks to come. A fact we could not ignore.
We also look closer at some tools and concepts of digital youth work that are now even more relevant than before. And we listen to a young person and a youth worker from South Tyrol, who give us an insight in how they preceived youth work during lockdown weeks.
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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
Sixth Issue: May 2020