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Youth Inc.

Youth Inc. - Enhancing Youth Voice for Diversity and Inclusion


In the YOUTH INC. project, five partners (NGOs and youth-led organizations) from Hungary, Romania, Germany, Albania, and Israel will work together to increase the quality, perception, and capacity of youth workers and young people through learning for diversity and inclusion.

During the 24-month project period, partners will develop:

(1) A training module for 154 youth workers introducing tools for social dialogue on the importance of diverse societies and communities

(2) A Project Based Learning (PBL) module involving 540 young people (ages 16-25) by reinforcing critical thinking and exploring anti-racism, minorities, diversity, and inclusion.


In the PBL, partners will include activities based on the Council, the Community Inquiry, the Open spaces for dialogue, and inquiry methods. Partners also will support youth workers and youth groups in the realization of 3-3 local actions in all six countries following these steps:

(1) Mapping exercise on unknown local heroines and heroes whose importance is not acknowledged by the society

(2) Inviting applications of youth groups to design memorials for these heroines/heroes

(3) Selected designs will be set up virtually, involving digital technology

(4) Virtual monuments will be inaugurated via ceremonial events

(5) Decision makers, youth groups, representatives of minorities, local citizens, and the media will be invited to these ceremonies. Roundtables will be initiated for policy dialogue among stakeholders.


International meetings will provide opportunities for multipliers to learn about the shared methods and materials. Materials will be available in 7 languages.


The partners:

1. Antropológiai Közhasznú Egyesület (Anthropolis), Hungary - Coordinator

2. Asociatia De Tineri Din Ardeal (ATA), Romania,
3. Jugendagentur zur Förderung der Jugend gGmbH (Jugendagentur), Germany
4. Act for Society Center(AFS), Albania,
5. Center for Counseling, Social Services and Research (SIT), Kosovo

6. Interfaith Encounter Association (IEA), Israel