by Youthnet Hellas, awarded the European Citizen’s Prize 2013
Youth Reporting Capacities

Since 2010, Youthnet Hellas is creating the Annual Youth Report for Greece on a volunteering basis, a practice for which was awarded the European Citizens’ Prize for 2013.

The 'Training for Developing Youth Reporting Capacities' main objective is to help youth leaders from other countries into developing capacities, in order to create their own countries’ Annual Youth Reports.

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About You.Re.Ca.

Since 2010, Youthnet Hellas is creating the Annual Youth Report for Greece on a volunteering basis. The Annual Report is produced by volunteers and it is a good practice for which Youthnet Hellas was awarded the European Citizens’ Prize for 2013.

The 'Training for Developing Youth Reporting Capacities' (You.Re.Ca.) proposed project has twofold objectives:

  • The first is to help Youth Leaders from NGOs from other countries, into developing capacities through training, in order to create their own countries’ Annual Youth Reports.
  • The second is to help the Youth Leaders, develop skills in order to enable them to disseminate the results of their Annual Report.

The Capacity Building will be achieved through Training Seminar that Youthnet Hellas will organize online for Youth Leaders from different countries. Training will include developing skills in order to assist NGOs to:

  • Motivate and engage as many youth volunteers on the project and especially youth from disadvantaged backgrounds
  • Network with other NGOs, public bodies and organizations in order to gather all necessary information and data for the creation of a country’s Annual Youth Report
  • Determine the content of the Annual Youth Report
  • Assign the different chapters of the Annual Youth Report on groups of individual volunteers according to their experience and educational background.
  • Disseminate the outcome in websites and libraries
  • Develop skills in order to present the Youth Report Results

The Capacity Building will take online, and will last for five weeks. Youthnet Hellas will produce electronic educational material on how to create the Annual Youth Report that will be available online for those participating on the seminar or for anyone interested. Following the training procedure there will be constant monitoring and follow up by Youthnet Hellas in order to ensure that the trainees are implementing the Annual Youth Report in their countries and the outcome is acceptable. There will be continuous communication through internet tools such as tele-conferencing, communication platforms and e-mails’ exchange in order to ensure constant advice in every step of the implementation. Following publication of the Annual Youth Reports the Youth Leaders will network with NGOs in order to pass on their experience and publicize the outcome as much as possible.