This is a reference for Max Fras

Going International Forum

The training activity took place
in Tallinn, Estonia
organised by Estonian Erasmus+ National Agency

Aims & objectives

The aim of the meeting was to promote international youth work and to help to establish it as an integral part of youth work practice at all levels in Europe.
Specific objectives:
- empowering participants to take an active role in further developing and supporting sustainable and strategic international youth work.
- building awareness around the concept and benefits of international youth work.
- supporting participants to develop sustainable and strategic approaches for international youth work.
- offering space for partner finding and developing project ideas (both within and outside Erasmus+: Youth In Action)

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

Target groups:
- NGOs/CSOs working with young people;
- youth/youth work umbrella organizations and networks;
- local, regional and national level public institutions (Youth Departments / European and International co-operation departments);
- organisations that can influence the development and sustainable engagement of new organisations in international youth work;
- Eurodesk and other youth information providers;
- ERASMUS+ National Agencies in the youth field;
- organisations working with young people with fewer opportunities;
- youth work experts;
- ERASMUS+ multipliers.

Countries involved: Estonia, Latvia, Poland, Iceland, France, Italy, Turkey, Austria, Croatie, Germany, Slovenia.

Training methods used & main activities

Training methods: ice-breaking, energizers, brainstorming, multimedia presentation, online tools such as online polling, social media, small group work.

Outcomes of the activity

Over 50 participants.
Positive participant evaluation.
All programme elements delivered as planned.
Over 20 new international partnerships.
Numerous online publications on the site of the Estonian Erasmus+ NA.

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

I was one of the two main trainers.

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

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