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Everybody Counts! A Handbook on Inclusion and Participation of young people in Eastern Partnership Countries

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Everybody Counts! A Handbook on Inclusion and Participation of young people in Eastern Partnership Countries is an inspiration and recourse for youth workers who work on inclusion and participation of marginalized youth in Eastern Partnership countries.

Aims of the tool

- To mainstream youth inclusion and participation issues into state youth strategies and policies among the stakeholders in Armenia, Moldova and Ukraine and encourage the state authorities;
- To put specific efforts in regional and rural youth policy development and implementation;
- To contribute to the efforts aimed at enhancing youth participation in the Eastern
Partnership countries;
- To provide a start resource for the initiatives of NGO's working with youth so they develop their own activities.

Description of the tool

This Handbook evolved from a project “Everybody Counts: Rural Youth Empowerment in Eastern
Partnership Countries” which has been implemented by Armenian Progressive Youth NGO (Armenia) in collaboration with Foundation for Advancement (Moldova) and Society Initiatives Institute (Ukraine).
The project benefited from the support through the EaP CSF Re-granting Scheme. Within its Re-granting Scheme, the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum (EaP CSF) supports projects of the EaP CSF members with a regional dimension that contribute to achieving the mission and objectives of the Forum.

As a part of our efforts to mainstream youth inclusion and participation issues into state youth strategies and policies among the stakeholders in Armenia, Moldova and Ukraine and encourage the state authorities to put specific efforts in regional and rural youth policy development and implementation, we have developed this Handbook.

Through the publication and free distribution of this handbook, Armenian Progressive Youth NGO wishes to make a humble contribution to the efforts aimed at enhancing youth participation in the Eastern Partnership countries.

We hope that this handbook will be used by youth workers and youth leaders to multiply the project
message by using the methods and content of the Handbook. Also, we hope that CSOs working with youth will use it as a start resource for the initiatives of their volunteers and for the development of their own
activities.

Additionally, we do believe that concrete recommendations provided in the handbook will encourage the state authorities in the Eastern Partnership countries to put specific efforts in regional and rural youth policy development and implementation.

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Tool overview

Everybody Counts! A Handbook on Inclusion and Participation of young people in Eastern Partnership Countries

http://toolbox.salto-youth.net/2279

This tool is for

Youth workers, youth trainers, young professionals in non-formal education and youth field, representative of the youth, education and social profile NGOs.

and addresses

Social Inclusion, Eastern Europe and Caucasus, Youth Participation

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Armenian Progressive Youth NGO

in the context of

The tool was created within a project "Everybody Counts: Rural Youth Empowerment in Eastern Partnership Countries". The project was funded by the European Union and National Endowment for Democracy through Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum.

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Grigor Yeritsyan (on 25 July 2018)

and last modified

24 April 2018

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