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Skills and Competences for a Global World

The Erasmus+ Key Action 2 project Skills and Competences for a Global World aims to strengthen the non-formal and intercultural learning impacts on the volunteers and to investigate these impacts in terms of the skills and competences they gain. Economic instability and competitiveness on labour markets make the focus on skills and competences of young […]

XXX ICYE General Assembly 2017

The 30th ICYE Federation General Assembly took place in Næstved, Denmark, from 23rd – 28th October 2017. Attended by around 60 participants from 40 countries around the world, the 6-day programme comprised enriching discussions on the growth and development of the Federation, on developing an ethical code for our programmes and activities,  a market place […]

Calling Youth to Action in a Global Visibility Drive

The main aim of the Erasmus+ Key Action 2 project “Calling Youth to Action in a Global Visibility Drive” is to promote the value of volunteering in terms of benefits to the host organisation and the volunteer.  The project brings together ICYE member organisations from 21 countries around the world to develop a visibility and promotion […]

Volunteers at the Interface between Formal and Non-Formal Education

ICYE’s Erasmus+ Key Action 2 project “Volunteers at the Interface between Formal and Non-Formal Education” aimed to reinforce links between formal and non-formal education. Formal education is the structured education system, we know from schools and other institutionalised forms, whereas non-formal education is not compulsory and is often obtained outside the formally organised school. Non-formal […]

Youth Work Can Unite: Merging Parallel Realities in Europe

Europe is presently faced with an extremely difficult and complex situation today: Political and financial instability in many nation-states, the aftermath of a number of terrorist attacks, and the political rhetoric and public discourse on refugees and migrants is fuelling fear, anxiety and resentment within communities, leading to minorities being targeted. It is now more […]