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European Youth Week - Structured Dialogue Conference

The training activity took place
in Brussels, Belgium
organised by European Commission
27th-29th May 2013

Aims & objectives

The Structured Dialogue Conference at the youth week facilitated an exchange amongst young people to reflect on the developments of the Structured Dialogue so far and brought forward conclusions to feed into the November conferece on Structured Dialogue, to amend changes to the fourth cycle and optimise the process.

Target group & international/intercultural composition of the group & team

The conference was for members of the different national working groups and a few representatives of international youth organisations.

Training methods used & main activities

Within one day we needed to review the current situation and previous cycles of the Structured Dialogue and come to conclusions on the further implementation. We used visual exercises to outline the current status and then had small group debates to put forward conclusions, that were edited and promoted from the workshop.

Outcomes of the activity

The conference created an input document for the upcoming conference on Structured Dialogue.

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

Me and a colleague were responsible to ensure the output for WS 3, by designing the methods and running the workshop.

I worked on this training for 3 days as a full time trainer.

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