Youth work varies from country to country, and in some EU countries it is not yet recognized. The vast majority of European youths are online, making it sensible that youth workers also take their work online. The breakout session on Youth work with digital presented the Youth Work HD Platform as a new educational resource for digital workers and youth workers.
Youth Work with Digital was one of the parallel sessions of the ALL DIGITAL Summit 2018 on 18 October. It was facilitated by Hana Galogaza from CTK Rijaka, Croatia.
The discussion in the breakout session took place online using an online tool called Menti, where participants can answer and ask questions anonymously. A few questions were shared with participants in the session to get an idea over the audience and what would be their interest in Digital Youth Work. Questions where shared in Menti touching on the subject of ethics in youth work, sharing best practices, and clarifying the platform. The session presented the Youth Work HD platform which offers
The outcomes of the session developed a list of members interested in cooperation in the field of youth, a list of project ideas and also a list of educational resources that members can use for youth work.
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