On October 11 - 13, 2018, senior lecturer of the Department of Finance and Entrepreneurship, Yuliia Shkodkina, took part in the conference “Youth Inclusion and Youth Participation in Eastern Partnership region: Bridging experiences in the Eastern Partnership and the European Union”, which took place in Tbilisi, Georgia.   During the conference participants worked in groups, discussing challenges and opportunities of youth participation and inclusion in the EaP and the EU countries from the perspective of four areas — formal and non-formal education, politics, business and economy, civil society and civil participation. As the results of working groups sessions participants drafted recommendations on promoting youth participation and youth inclusion in the EaP countries and the EU. These recommendations were developed for different stakeholders, such as national governments in the EaP and the EU member states, educational institutions (schools, HEIs, VETs), business sector, civil society (NGOs, Media, Trade Unions, etc.) and the European Union, and were presented at the final session. All recommendations, developed upon the conference, will serve as a basis for conference declaration formation, which will be forwarded to local and national authorities responsible for youth, national governments and the EU. Conference took place within the project “Everyone Matters! Development of Inclusive and Participatory Youth Work Practices in Eastern Partnership countries”. The project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union. The conference was organised by Armenian Progressive Youth NGO (Armenia) and Creative Development Centre (Georgia) in cooperation with implementing partners from the Eastern Partnership and the EU countries.





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