One of the Cross-cutting activities of a Research Project is to define the dissemination strategy. In this way, we have defined a dissemination scheme for E-EVALINTO Project based on several social media.
Yo can check our news in the website or you can follow us on Facebook or Google+. Regarding Twitter, we don’t have a profile but you can check our activity or tweet something related with the project using the hashtag #eevalinto. Finally, we will produce some videos related with our outputs and you could check it on our Youtube channel.
One of the main activities during the first phase of the project has been defined the dissemination strategy. One of the main goals has been to select which social networks are a good channel to disseminate our activities. In this sense, we have created two profiles, one on Facebook and one on Twitter. You can follow us!
The WYRED consortium held its second meeting at the end of May in Vienna, the home of our partner MOVES. While other parts of Europe had rain, we enjoyed a very sunny and warm couple of days at Impact Hub Vienna, a pleasant airy venue for the meeting, with interesting decoration, as you can see!
The meeting was very successful.
The project is at the end of the Delphi stage of the research cycle and the social dialogue stage is just beginning, in which young people will discuss the themes that most interest them and identify questions that they want to research in the next stage, which runs from July through to the New Year of 2018. The process is generating interesting insights about the issues that most concern young people, and about the differences between the subjects adults feel are important and those that young people feel most strongly about. A particularly interesting contrast arises in relation to the relative importance that each group gives to media literacy, and this is something the project may be examining in more detail as the work progresses.
The project is also about to launch its internal platform which will make it possible for young people from all over Europe to join in online. We will publish more news about this soon.
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When the WYRED project was launched back in fall 2016 many open questions raised in the air. Several partners from academia, national education systems, NGOs and youth organisations planning the steps leading a research project where children and young people are not only the objects of the research, but also researchers themselves about their relationship with online tools and their perceptions of youth participation in society.
The idea of the project is to cross children and young people perspectives concerning digital society with adult stakeholders’ perspectives of young people in digital society.
Obviously, we have got very different views of the same reality.
In Italy, stakeholders identify as most neglected issues related to young people by the government and the national media quality education and job opportunities, whereas for young people the most relevant issues are intercultural understanding in terms of inclusion, positive discrimination, internet safety and gender discrimination. According to youth perspectives education and employment should be the key elements to dignify their lives and overcome the above mentioned challenges for the present and the future young generations.
The student from Rome University La Sapienza wrote: “Today young people’s opinion is widely excluded from the political discourse and in decision making processes”.
We are working on that, TOGETHER, in WYRED!
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On the occasion of the activity “ Youth-Friendly Social Policies’ Training course”, linked to the EU Project coordinated by the Van Gobernorate (Turkey) “Youth-friendly Social Policies (YoFSoP)”, students and practitioners from different countries joined the course to learn and discuss about social policies for youth. From the University of Salamanca, one student attended this training action and took the opportunity to present the activities and main objectives of WYRED Project.
The topics covered in the training program were: Youth as a Social Individual, Social Responsibility, Inclusion in Social Policies, Education in Social Policies, Health in Social Policies, Social Policy Proposal Workshops, Activity Plan For Future. The participants gained sufficiency in the field of developing social policies and have responsibility about social policies in their organizations.
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A central aim of the WYRED project is to take into account the perspectives of a broad variety of stakeholders from the very start of the project, but especially those of young people, and this extends to the way we approach communication. We would like the project slogan to be created by young people, so we have designed a competition for young people, where you create our slogan!
Have a look at the Slogan Competition!
Send your slogan here! (Deadline 28/04/2017)
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The young have a key role to play in our society. They are frequently the drivers of new behaviours and understandings, and since they are part of the future society their views and perceptions should be taken into account. However, they are not well represented and their voices are unheard, and this makes it hard for research and policy to identify and understand their needs.
WYRED will create a framework for dialogue and research in which children and young people can express and explore the key issues that they see as important. The aim is to give young people a voice and provide platform from which they can communicate their perspectives to others. These others include teachers, parents, other young people and especially decision makers who can inform policy, particularly in relation to children and young people’s needs in relation to digital society.
One central aim of WYRED is to take into account the perspectives of a broad variety of stakeholders from the very start of the project. We therefore ask all our stakeholders to share with us, in this short questionnaire, their views on what is important for todays´ children and youth.
The questionnaire is available in the partner countries’ languages.
Choose the language and click on the link to access the questionnaire: EN, DE, ES, HE, IT, TR.
Thank you for your collaboration!
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WYRED is based on the idea that all young people of all ages have a right to participation and engagement and we have a strong focus on inclusion, diversity and empowerment, especially of the marginalised. To explore effectively what is relevant for young people, and understand their needs it is necessary for them to set the agenda and for them to own and drive the process. Only then can we hear their voice clearly, without filters.
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As society changes, there is a need to understand how it is changing, to explore what is going on. The WYRED approach places young people at the centre of this exploration. With the help of the partners, and using the WYRED platform, the young people who want to participate in the project will decide what themes need to be explored, what questions need to be asked, and how best to find the answers. They will then carry out this exploration in their own research projects, and decide how to present their results to society and to policy makers.
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The WYRED project begins with the need to clarify objectives, and for this purpose we have set out a manifesto, our statement of intentions.
There is a Consortium Manifesto, that sets out the philosophy of the researchers and youth organisations that have set up the project and who will support the process, providing ideas and suggestions where necessary. This constitutes our perspective on the work.
However, given that our philosophy is that young people should own the whole WYRED process, an initial Children and Young People’s Manifesto was drafted with the help of young people in Belgium. This is just a starting point. It is however an open document, comments and suggested changes are welcome.
Send your suggestions to: email@example.com
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