Do you want more inspiration on national processes?
Are you wondering what could help your country set up a fruitful national process? Are you asking yourself what the added value of the Bonn Process for your national youth work field is, and how the various stakeholders could get involved?
Find answers to these and other questions in the following support materials.
The presentation ‘Introduction to the national processes for national contact points‘ wants to support the outreach work of national contact points and other key stakeholders.
When shaping the national processes in their respective European countries, background information about the European Youth Work Agenda (EYWA) and the Bonn Process will come in handy. Recommendations on how to set up a fruitful national process and how different stakeholders (national contact points, national youth ministries, actors of the community of practice and National Agencies for the EU youth programmes) can play a beneficial role in their national process are part of it, too.
So, if you are shaping your national process, you can use it for your own reading and draw inspiration from the suggestions for the design of the national process in your country. In addition, you may find the material helpful for raising awareness of the Bonn Process and your work as a national contact point.
The ‘Bonn Process Standard Presentation for the Community of Practice‘ explains the European Youth Work Agenda and the Bonn Process for everyone.
It gives you the background as well as the aims and thematic priority fields of the EYWA and the Bonn Process. It also shows you the added value, opportunities, and offers that lie in the Bonn Process for the individual. You may find it helpful for your understanding and communication if you are engaging in youth work development regardless of your role, e. g. as a youth worker, trainer, or in any other capacity within the youth work community of practice. If you are shaping your national process as a national contact point, you can use the presentation to raise awareness for the Bonn Process and its opportunities among your national working group or participants in your events.
You can even adapt the presentation, translate it to your country’s language, and add concrete information from your country and specific youth work context.
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