Our work focuses on strengthening youth and youth organisations' capacity in five programme areas: Gender Education, Education for Peace, Human rights Education, Youth Entrepreneurship, & Environmental Education. So, planning, developing, implementing evidence-based projects that prioritise monitoring and evaluation through an Impact Pathway is at the core of our mandate to ensure that our programmes contribute to youth and youth workers’ desired professional, personal, and social development.
Education & Training
Education and training are at the core of our programmes delivery. We create teaching, learning and training resources, which are structured to meet young and adult learners' learning needs through non-formal educational practices. Through experiencial learning, we engage with the learners to shape societies characterised by democracy, human rights, solidarity, and inclusion; opening up access to various opportunities through non-discrimination and equality.
Research & Innovation
Research is at the core of our educational work, which is based on the latest evidence on young and adult learners learning needs in addressing a specific problem or issue with their community based on local realities. Our focus is on blended learning and making results available to youth and adult institutions, and further integrating social innovation that informs our understanding on planning, developing, and providing learner-centred training programmes.
Advocacy & Volunteerism
Voluntary and awareness-raising interventions are at the core of our advocacy work towards a culture of peace, democracy, human rights, sexual and gender diversity, comprehensive youth health literacy, and the promotion of LGBTIQ+ rights, through youth and adult participation and engagement at different levels. Thus, our work incorporates media and information literacy to develop ditital and critical skills for online activism through media-based campaigning.
12 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
IN YOUTH’S EDUCATION
90 PROJECTS EXECUTED
80 PARTNERS ENGAGED
1500 YOUTHS REACHED