Three years later is beautiful Kranjska Gora in Slovenia hosting the second edition of European Academy of Youth Work (EAYW). From the 31st of May until 3rd of June 2022 is the event bringing together 170 professionals from youth work practice, research and policy, including institutions supporting youth work at different levels from all over European Union.
Mladi zmaji (eng. Young Dragons) are proud to be invited to present one of our flagship projects at this edition of the Academy. At the first edition in 2019, we presented the project ‘Ljuba & Drago’, Transforming a bus into a youth centre. This time we present the project ‘Borc’, Transforming a bus into community centre.
Find out more about both projects:
Ljuba & Drago / Transforming a bus into a youth centre (pdf download)
Borc / Transforming a bus into community centre (pdf download)
The EAYW is an initiative of National Agencies of the Erasmus+ programme, youth field and the European Solidarity Corps  and SALTO-YOUTH Resource Centres.
The EAYW aims to support innovation in youth work and youth work policy, to promote the development of quality youth work and to contribute to creating a common ground on youth work and youth work policy. It offers a regular platform for reflection, exchange and knowledge gathering on innovation and current European topics, trends and developments in and with relevance to the youth field.In particular, the EAYW wants to enable learning, as a field, about why, when and how innovation in youth work happens and under which conditions innovative approaches and practices are successful in responding to current developments and challenges faced by young people across Europe.
More information and the final report of the 1st EAYW event are available at www.eayw.net.