The EU – CoE youth partnership, in co-operation with the Office of the Republic of Slovenia for Youth, with SALTO SEE Resource Centre and with the Regional Youth Cooperation Office (RYCO) organised from 12 to 15 November a peer-learning seminar on youth work, as an opportunity to deepen the discussion on the state of youth work in the region and to promote a wide range of European support instruments, mechanisms and tools. In this event SHL Kosova through Enis Durguti (Executive Director) was representing Kosovo, where each country have had a few NGO representative and governmental participation in high level such a ministry official, Kosovo did not send anybody on this level of participation.
Building on developments in the region, the activity aims to make a contribution to strengthening youth work in the region, by analysing its state of play and identifying the support needed from youth work policy, and in turn will consider the crucial role that youth work can play in supporting youth policy at different levels.
Objectives of this seminar were to strengthen the knowledge about youth work in South East Europe,
to explore current challenges and needs that youth work as a field has in SEE and how youth policy can respond to them, at different levels, through frameworks, capacity building, and support tools,to enhance synergies between different relevant actors in the region for the development of the youth work sector and to analyse the crucial role that youth work can play in supporting youth policy at different levels.