Here you will find an overview of all our projects, which YouthWatch has coordinated or collaborated on.
We are implementing the Czech-Slovak project DemoHRÁČ in partnership with five organisations from these countries in the years 2020-2023. We will create a methodology for education for citizenship and democracy for young people using the method of non-formal education, experiential pedagogy and larp (live-action role playing), as a part of the project will be trained teachers and youth workers. The program will be tested several times at schools in Nitra and Kroměříž and will verify its functionality by impact analysis. We will close everything with a conference.
Expansion and development of the Trendspotters network
A national project focused on the expansion and development of the Trendspotters network. The key task of the project is the development of specific skills of Trendspotters in the areas of “Content work focused on Trendspotting”, “Communication”, “Work in a group”, “Media literacy” and “Futures Literacy”.
Future is now
“The future is now” project responds to the current needs of youth, through relevant and attractive youth work. Based on capturing the trends of young people, the project with its activities prepares the youth themselves and youth workers for the changes that await them in the future. The project uses concept of “Future literacy” and through various activities increasing competences within this topic. The aim of the project is to streamline, enrich and link research of new trends with future prediction and how the current state of youth can affect the future. At the same time to identify what needs to be changed in the present so that young people can be better prepared for the future. Future Literacy is a topic identified by UNESCO as a key competence of the 21st century.
New tools for future youth work
The main idea of EduLabs project is to bring useful innovative tools literally to the youth workers’ doorstep and to make it easier for them to adapt these tools to their reality.
Conference on new approaches to the young generation – YoDel – where the focus is on young people and challenges that working with young people brings.
Youth Futures 2035
A project aimed at supporting the involvement of young people and helping local governments to set up a system for development of youth work.
ALBIE (Adult Literacies as Benefit for Inclusion and Equity) is a project of strategic partnership between three universities and two non-governmental organizations from 4 countries (SK, PL, EE, IS), focused on research and work with the target group of young people, the so-called NEETS – Not in Education, Employment, or Training.
Coach the Change
Two-phase international training for youth workers and non-profit organizations, focused on effective work with change and new trends in youth. The training focused on the development of coaching skills and the acquisition of a non-violent communication approach.
Development of Trendspotters
The project aims to develop specific skills of Trendspotters needed for effective mapping of youth trends.
Evidence of youth
During the project, an expert document was created for the Quality Working Group on Youth.
Thanks to the project, young people will strengthen their competencies in future literacy, which are considered to be one of the most key competencies of the 21st century, and at the same time they will participate in creating the basis for the creation of Economic and social development plan 2030 in Bratislava.
Future Labs is a long-term international strategic partnership project that aims to increase the quality of work in international youth work and contribute to the modernization of youth organizations through innovative approaches and new methods that are online as well as offline. The target group of the project are youth workers.
The training, which is aimed at improving the quality of youth work,is interactive, bringing the most current topics and trends, with a proven long-term impact on participants and their organizations.
Marker next level
The intention is to make the proven Marker CS education sustainable and accessible education, independent of the grant support from the Erasmus+ programme, so that the quality of non-formal education in youth work in Slovakia and the Czech Republic can continue to increase. In addition, we want to link know-how and transfer what works for us in non-formal education into teaching.
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The training which is aimed at improving the quality of youth work, is interactive, bringing the most current topics and trends, with a proven long-term impact on participants and their organizations.
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The training which is aimed at improving the quality of youth work, isinteractive, bringing the most current topics and trends, with a proven long-term impact on participants and their organizations.
Non-formal education syllabus
In the project, we have created a methodological manual “Non-formal education syllabary”, in which we share our many years of experience on how to exhibit non-formal education activities. And in support of the handbook, in cooperation with Luducrafts, we have prepared a playful e-learning with the topic of educational goals.
Rights at work, Work on rights
“Rights at work – work on rights” was a project we planned to improve young workers’ knowledge and information about their employment rights.
Expertise of NGO Youth Watch in the project of the Office of the Plenipotentiary of the Government of the slovak republic SR for the Roma Community
We map youth trends thanks to a network of young people – Tremdpotters.
We learn how to capture trends in young people’s lives so that we can regularly share this information with the community of people who work with young people or have an impact on working with young people.
Youth Work Quality Focus
We help organisations to implement and measure the quality of their youth work activities with the international tool for quality measurement created by KEKS.