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German-speaking networking meeting on the Structured Dialogue

The training activity took place
in Bonn, Germany
organised by Jugend für Europa (German National Agency)
9th March 2015 – 12th March 2015

Aims & objectives

-Implementation of the Structured Dialogue between young people and those responsible for youth policy
-Development of transnational youth meetings in Key Action 3
-Evaluation of projects
-Discussion of results
-Exchange of experiences and good practise
-Working on joint quality criteria for projects in the Structured Dialogue / in Key Action 3
-Networking of project promoters and active young people
-Developing of joint transnational project ideas
-Giving Information on Erasmus+

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

2 trainers, 3 NA representatives on the team, about 40 participants from Germany, Austria and Belgium.

Training methods used & main activities

Diverse discussion formats and round tables, as well as some mapping and brain stroming exercises, as well as some cultural activities for the evenings.

Outcomes of the activity

The training went successful. The aim to find recommendations to help future projects in SD and further develop new project ideas was achieved.

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

I was part of a co-facilitation team, created the agenda and facilitated half the sessions and cultural parts of the programme. Additionally I contributed my knowledge on the Structured Dialogue.

I worked on this training for 4 days as a full time trainer.

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