Youth.Info: Future Youth Information Toolbox
NewsPublished on 2019-04-10

Project “Youth.Info: Future Youth Information Toolbox“ was created due to the lack of evidence-based research in the field of youth information, which blocks the development of the sector. 9 partners from 8 different countries worked together to increase the quality and outreach of youth information services.

Using the results of the research and the future foresight, three user-friendly, evidence and future-based youth information methods were developed and piloted at local level.

Conference “Youth.Info: Future Youth Information Toolbox” that was organized on 6-7 March 2019 was tailored for political awareness building at local, national and European levels for the further support of youth information services in participating countries, particularly those which require it the most. This conference gathered youth policy makers, representatives of local municipalities, Youth workers, youth organisations, youth leaders and others who work with young people around youth information from Lithuania and Latvia.

Video: https://www.facebook.com/LiJOTorg/videos/2154965934571010/

Growing a Generation with a Voting Habit
Category: NewsPublished on 2019-05-13

During the first weeks of April Finland had their parliamentary elections. Therefore Nordic Council of Minister's offices in Lithuania and Latvia decided to organise a study-visit for better understanding of how youth gets involved in the pre-election process.

Lowering the Voting Age - A Seminar to Remember
Category: NewsPublished on 2019-05-13

On the 17-18th of April, our board member Teresė Škutaitė participated in the international seminar dedicated to the topic of lowering the voting age in Tallinn, Estonia.

Youth.Info: Future Youth Information Toolbox
Category: NewsPublished on 2019-04-10

Project “Youth.Info: Future Youth Information Toolbox“ was created due to the lack of evidence-based research in the field of youth information, which blocks the development of the sector. 9 partners from 8 different countries worked together to increase the quality and outreach of youth information services.

The most fun YFJ meeting in spring is coming!
Category: NewsPublished on 2019-04-10

This upcoming Saturday (on the 9th of April) LiJOT delegation is coming to the most fun meeting in spring - European Youth Forum (YFJ) COMEM aka Council of members.

Lithuania towards sustainable solutions
Category: NewsPublished on 2019-04-08

In August last year, ReGeneration 2030 organised the first Summit on the Åland Islands. A diverse group of people got together to connect with like-minded individuals and organisations and to discuss the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). One of the people attending the Summit was Paulius Serapinas, who is Coordinator of International Affairs at the Lithuanian Youth Council…

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