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The art of ethics in youth work


21-27 November 2022 | Sremski Karlovci and Novi Sad, Serbia

The Seminar will give youth workers space to discuss the importance of ethics in youth work, exchange good practices and explore different approaches on policy levels.

The aim is to present the current state of the play and exchange examples of good practice and open discussions on the importance of the ethics in youth work for the recognition of youth work and professionalism of youth workers and analyse and give recommendations on the policy level (Ethical codes, YW quality standards) as well as on the practical level (competences needed for ethical practise of youth workers, supporting mechanisms for youth workers to acquire and improve competences)

The seminar is offering space for youth workers to discuss the current state of the play when talking about ethics in youth work. The specific objectives of the seminar are:

- To raise awareness of youth workers and policymakers on the importance of ethics for recognition of youth work.

- To explore the benefits and limitations of existing policies and support mechanisms in the context of ethics in youth work in Europe and beyond through evidence-based data.

- To build the capacities of youth workers by increasing competencies for moral and critical reasoning.

- To increase the quality of youth work by introducing innovative supporting methods and tools related to ethics in youth work.

- Creating synergies among different actors through the exchange of practice and establishing cooperation in the field of youth work.


The event is part of the project "The art of ethics in youth work" implemented by NAPOR (Serbia),  Finnish Youth Research Society - FYRN (Finland), Victoria University, (Australia), Institute for Social Research in Zagreb (Croatia) and European Youth Card Association (Bulgaria).


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Training overview


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This Seminar is

for 30 participants

from AUSTRALIA, Bulgaria, Croatia, Finland, Serbia

and recommended for

Youth workers, Trainers, Youth leaders, Youth researchers, N/A

Working language(s):



NAPOR - National association of youth workers (Others)

The National Association of Youth Workers is the vocational and representative union of associations whose mission is to create and develop conditions for quality assurance and recognition of youth work to develop the potential of youth and youth workers, who contribute to the welfare of the community and society.

Contact for questions:

Bojana Stojkovic


Phone: +381 66112228


Participation fee

This project is financed by EACEA and there is no participation fee.


Accommodation and food

The hosting organization - NAPOR will organise the accommodation and covers the costs for accommodation and food.

Travel reimbursement

Travel reimbursement will be done after the event and receiving all travel documents. The maximum reimbursement that each participant can receive for the economy class travel is:

up to 20 EUR for participants from Serbia

up to 275 EUR for participants from Finland

up to 180 EUR for participants from Croatia and Bulgaria

up to 1500 EUR for participants from Australia

Participants are entitled to receive a Youthpass certificate from the organiser, for recognition of their competence development during the activity. Read more about Youthpass:

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