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33 Eurodesk national partners in 31 countries
1.200 Eurodesk local and regional multipliers
2.000 professionals who took part in training by national Eurodesks
188.000 enquiries answered by Eurodesk national partners and multipliers
456.000 subscribers to Eurodesk national online newsletters
and mailing lists
52.000 friends, followers, members and likes in social media
40 major Eurodesk events attended by Eurodesk Brussels Link and
national partners
1.550 public events where national Eurodesks were present,
reaching audience of 203.000
1.300 presentations, information sessions and workshops given by
national Eurodesks, reaching audience of 27.000

4.1 million page views for eurodesk.eu
9.3 million page views for national Eurodesk websites
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200 European and international programmes
350 European and international organisations
1.800 European and international resources
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Estab||shed as a permanent
support structure of the "Youth |n
Act|on" Programme of the
European Un|on, the
Eurodesk network of more than 30
nat|ona| and 900 |oca| partners
prov|des |nformat|on and adv|ce
about Europe to the youth sector
wh||e promot|ng youth mob|||ty.
We cooperate w|th other EU
|nformat|on networks, support
the European Comm|ss|on's
deve|opment of youth po||c|es
and str|ve to |mprove the qua||ty
of the |nformat|on we de||ver. We
a|so manage content and answer
enqu|r|es for the Comm|ss|on's
European Youth Porta|.
In 2010, Eurodesk ce|ebrated
|ts 20
th
ann|versary as the
one-stop |nformat|on shop for
the European youth sector. The
fo||ow|ng se|ect|on of th|s year's
act|v|t|es and good pract|ce |s
brought to you by the Brusse|s
L|nk coord|nat|on off|ce w|th the
support of our nat|ona| partners.
Story
2010 in numbers 01
eurodesk story 02
foreword 04
Ms Androulla vassiliou (European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth)

Mr Reinhard Schwalbach (Eurodesk President)

Ms Anja Ruhland (Eurodesk Director)
delivering European information services 06
delivering information on funding opportunities and mobility for young people 08
delivering information in cooperation 09
eurodesk map 10
delivering information on youth policy 13
European year 2010: combating poverty and social exclusion 14
promoting structured dialogue 15
exchanging experiences and good practice to improve the quality of youth information 17
supporting the European Youth Portal 18
contact us 19
eurodesk national partners
Impr|nt
Pub||sher: Eurodesk Brussels Link
Ed|t|ng: Richard Medic Communications
Contr|butors (text, photos and graphics):
Eurodesk Brussels Link and national partners
Des|gn and |ayout: Dunja Radler
Pr|nt|ng: printsolution
Copyright Eurodesk 2010. The contents
of this publication may be reproduced
upon mention of the source.
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contents
Ms Androulla vassiliou
European Commissioner for Education,
Culture, Multilingualism and Youth
Mr Reinhard Schwalbach
Eurodesk President
When Eurodesk was launched 20 years
ago, it was hoped that this small, regi-
onal project would improve access to
European information within Scotland's
youth sector. Few people could have
imagined that the initiative would grow
to become the main source of Euro-
pean information for young people in more than 30 countries
across the continent.
As a permanent support structure of the European Union's
Youth in Action programme, Eurodesk is now a living, brea-
thing network that offers young people and those working with
them much more than just °European information".
As you'll see in the coming pages, our information dissemination
structure has become a resource hub that facilitates youth policy
education, exchanges of good practice and collaborative initiati-
ves among our partners, stakeholders and the wider youth sector.
And in providing end recipients with relevant and timely informa-
tion via our dissemination channels, we ensure that the communi-
cation work both ways to better inform the policies of the EU.
Last October, for example, we hosted a Eurodesk network
meeting in vienna, Austria, where we debated the future of the
EU's youth programme. Our national partners offered repre-
sentatives of the European Commission and National Agen-
cies some valuable perspectives °from the field"-indeed the
collective wisdom of 900 national and local partners is difficult
to ignore.
We reinforced this dialogue by supporting the EU's wider public
consultation on the youth programme. The power of Eurodesk's
communication channels to target the youth sector at local level
was key to the impressive success of that consultation, which
received almost 7.000 contributions from across Europe.
These activities remind us of just how far the network has come
over the years. These days, we are improving youth information
in addition to disseminating it. And we are supporting, promo-
ting and educating as much as we informing.
Re|nhard Schwa|bach, Eµ|odes| P|es|dent
As Commissioner in charge of Educa-
tion, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth,
l am pleased that the Commission can
rely on the support of Eurodesk to com-
municate the opportunities the Euro-
pean Union offers to young people.
With more than 900 relays across Europe, Eurodesk - which
celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2010 - makes up a strong
network. lt plays an important role by helping multipliers
and youth information providers to get information about
European programmes, initiatives and policies of interest
to young people.
l am happy to have such a network as a partner in the field
of European youth information. The Commission will continue
working closely together with Eurodesk to further facilitate the
access to complete, user-relevant and reliable information for
young people in Europe.
Ms Androu||a Vass|||ou
Eµ|ooean Comm|ss|one| fo| Edµcat|on, Cµ|tµ|e,
Mµ|t|||ngµa||sm and Yoµt|
foreword
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Ms Anja Ruhland
Eurodesk Director
A key strength of the Eurodesk model is
that we're flexible enough to maintain
a common standard of quality infor-
mation services throughout Europe
while accommodating the diversity
of national priorities and approaches.
At Eurodesk Brussels Link, we sustain that model on
several fronts. A 2010 survey on the impact of our centrally
produced Eurodesk Bulletin (featuring news on key Euro-
pean developments, events and opportunities for young
people) indicated that our national partners are multiplying
the information in the bulletin to more than 60.000 contacts,
most of them organisations rather than individual recipients.
So with the support of our national partners, we are
getting the information out there. At the same time,
we're ensuring that the network works according to core
quality criteria and values (such as credibility, quality,
accessibility, accuracy and client focus). ln this respect,
we also understand the importance of bringing our
partners into contact with our European stakeholders,
and especially those from the European Commission.
ln June, Eurodesk Brussels Link hosted the seminar °Euro-
pean policies and local youth information". Fifty local
and regional multipliers joined our national partners to
hear directly from representatives of the European Com-
mission on recent developments in youth, employment
and health policies. During that event, with partners from
the European Youth Forum as well as the Youth Regio-
nal Network of the Assembly of European Regions, we
discussed how to better communicate European poli-
cies and their relevance to young people's daily lives.
We conducted working groups with partners and multipliers
who have successfully implemented our Eurodesk project
°.So you think you know it all?" (SYTYKlA)-which involves
European awareness-raising sessions-in their city, region
and country. We looked at how to further adapt SYTYKlA to
specific European policies such as employment and health. ln
fact, adapting the SYTYKlA methodology is a good example
of how Eurodesk Brussels Link can feed the experiences of
local, regional and national partners back to European level.
Throughout 2010, our office presented at a European
level Eurodesk information tools and examples of how
they're used. We held, for example, a presentation in
May at European Schoolnet's °Spring Day for Europe"
conference in Madrid, and another in July at the Euro-
pean Youth Work Convention in Ghent, which was
hosted by the Belgian EU Presidency. We also repre-
sented the network in key European events, such as the
launch of the °Youth on the Move" flagship initiative.
As Eurodesk enters its 21st year of existence, our
Brussels Link office will continue to do exactly that:
linking European information providers and stakeholders
to our national partners, to regional and local multi-
pliers, and to young Europeans across the continent.
Anja Ruh|and, Eµ|odes| D||ecto|
20th anniversary celebrations brought together Bernard Charbonel
(former Eurodesk president), Bob Payne (founder and former director)
and Koen Lambert (former Eurodesk president)
Eurodesk network partners braved volcanic ash
to meet in Iceland
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deliveringEuropean
informationservices
Eµ|odes| c|anged oµ| ||ves |n Pµ|c|ena. Befo|e we
o|anned voµt| act|v|t|es |n a ve|v |oca| wav. W|t| oµ|
|nc|µs|on |n Eµ|odes|, we |ave |n m|nd voµng oeoo|e
and t|e ooss|o|||t|es offe|ed to t|em ov Eµ|ooe.
Eµ|odes| |as def|n|te|v o|oadened oµ| |o||zons.
Juan M|gue| Tortosa Conch|||o, Town Mayor of
Purchena, A|mería, Spa|n
/t |s somet|mes d|ff|cµ|t to f|nd acceotance of
|nte|nat|ona| |ssµes at a |oca| oo||t|ca| |eve| |n
Swed|s| mµn|c|oa||t|es. Eµ|odes| can fµnct|on as an
|moo|tant o|atfo|m to accµmµ|ate st|engt| |n sµooo|t|ng
|nte|nat|ona| |nvestment and coooe|at|on.
Staff member, Swed|sh Nat|ona| Agency
Eurodesk's main role is to help bring quality information on
European programmes and policies to young people while
promoting the broader goal of youth mobility.
We focus most of our efforts on providing European informa-
tion to national, regional and local °multipliers" who work with
young people, although we also reach many young people
directly as an effect of our core work. ln this sense, Eurodesk
is like a °back office" for the European youth sector.
Our 900 multipliers in over 30 countries include youth orga-
nisations, youth workers and youth policy makers. We also
cooperate with other networks and organise multiplier events
where the number of young attendees is high enough to
inform and positively influence other young people.
That's why Eurodesk has become as much a hub for empo-
wering young people as it is a back office for those working
with them.
Conference |n Ire|and: "Empower|ng
young peop|e through |nformat|on"
ln June Eurodesk Ire|and, together with the
National Youth Council of lreland, hosted a
conference in Dublin that brought together over
150 young people and multipliers, including
organisations working with disadvantaged young
people, youth clubs, NGOs and libraries. The size
and scope of the conference created a multiplier
effect, attracting two new local relays into the
Eurodesk network and establishing cooperation with
the Library Council of lreland and other multipliers. A
follow up publication also helped to bring the event
to multipliers and young people across the rest of
lreland and Europe.
A conference word from our Eurodesk Ire|and partner
informationservices
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Eurodesk he|ps Sweden's strong |oca| and reg|ona| network to reach
out to young peop|e
Mv o|gan|sat|on was |oo||ng fo| a oa|tne| f|om Bµ|ga||a
fo| a stµdent exc|ange. 7|an|s to Eµ|odes| we qµ|c||v
foµnd t|e oest oa|tne| and |ad a g|eat exc|ange.
Turk|sh student who part|c|pated |n an exchange
made poss|b|e by Eurodesk Bu|gar|a
Eurodesk de||vers |nformat|on pr|mar||y by:
º Answering enquiries via phone, email,
our websites and in person
º Administering a central as well as national
websites connected to the Eurodesk database of
numerous funding programmes and opportunities
º Managing discussion forums and social media
platforms
º Producing publications
º Organising events
We work to provide that information to its intended audience in
the most relevant and user-friendly way possible. But informa-
tion channels that work in one country or region may not work
in another, which is why an understanding of local realities and
target audiences is such an added value of the Eurodesk's
network of local and regional partners.
The Schuman
Parade |n Warsaw |s
the b|ggest outdoor
European youth
event |n Po|and
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In the med|a.
Traditional media continues to be an important channel of com-
munication for our partners. Eurodesk S|oven|a presented
various funding opportunities during interviews for radio shows
that focus on EU affairs, while Eurodesk L|thuan|a established
a media partnership with one of the biggest online news portals
in Lithuania, 15min.lt, which began publishing Eurodesk informa-
tion in their °Student News" section. Eurodesk Denmark used
newspapers and magazines to great effect (notably, Denmark's
print media enjoys one of the highest audience shares in Europe
when compared to other media). This national partner has posi-
tioned itself as the °go to" source for journalists who need back-
ground information, quotes and on-record interviews about
young people going abroad to work or study.
On the road.
Among its information service channels, Eurodesk Luxem-
bourg took advantage of the country's small size with its °lnfo-
mobil", a vehicle specially equipped with a one-stop informa-
tion shop. The van travelled throughout the country in 2010,
visiting schools and youth centres while helping to dissemi-
nate the national partner's information publications, such as a
booklet promoting mobility in Europe.
ln 2010, we delivered information for young people on European
funding opportunities and mobility in some diverse and often
innovative ways. Eurodesk Austr|a's regional partners used so-
called °world weit weg" parties across the country to present
information on European funding and mobility.
Eurodesk Germany created an exhibition fair to highlight the
various mobility opportunities for young people in Europe; the
exhibition continues to travel around Germany, presented by
local Eurodesk partners. The national partner also created an
online calendar in 2010 featuring an innovative °mobility quiz".
ln Brussels in May, Eurodesk Be|g|um's French and F|em|sh-
speaking partners teamed up to position information stands at
the Assembly of European Regions' °Do you speak European?"
competition, while the director of Eurodesk Brusse|s L|nk was
a jury panellist at the event.
One of the larger events organised in 2010 by a national partner
was a three-day fair in France on youth mobility that attracted
around 9.000 young people. Organised by Eurodesk France,
the event focused particularly on summer jobs and mobility
opportunities in Spain, which held the EU presidency at the
time. Our national partner reinforced this high-profile event with
its monthly workshops on European mobility-a popular service
aimed at helping young people realise their mobility projects-
and by taking part in a national Tv interview about internship
opportunities and the European voluntary Service (EvS).
Eµ|odes| |e|os me to o|omote Eµ|ooean o|og|ammes.
|n t|e soµt|e|n |eg|on of /µxemooµ|g. Esc|-sµ|-A|-
zette |s sµ||oµnded ov a ||g| nµmoe| of voµng oeoo|e
w|o do not µse t|e Eµ|ooean o|og|ammes at a||, as
t|ev do not |now w|at oenef|ts t|ev coµ|d ga|n f|om |nte|cµ|-
tµ|a| exc|anges. 7|e Eµ|ooean oooo|tµn|t|es offe|ed ov
Eµ|odes| oest |||µst|ate t|e |ea| o|o|ects t|ev can |o|n.
Char|es Gasper|, Po|nt Informat|on Jeunes (Youth
Informat|on Po|ntj, Esch-sur-A|zette, Luxembourg
/ aoo|ec|ate t|e |nte|act|ve aoo|oac| and t|e
|nfo|mat|on oe|ng o|ov|ded |n d|ffe|ent |angµages.
Eµ|odes| |s ve|v µsefµ| fo| oeoo|e w|o a|e |oo||ng fo|
t|e answe|, as we|| as fo| |nfo|mat|on o|ov|de|s.
Andrea T|tte|, Cha|rwoman of the H|gh Schoo|
Counc||s Aud|t Comm|ttee, TrenĀín, S|ovak|a
Eurodesk Germany's trave|||ng exh|b|t|on on mob|||ty
Eurodesk Luxembourg takes European |nformat|on on the road
deliveringinformationonfundingopportunities
andmobilityforyoungpeople
On paper.
Another national partner targeting a small population-Euro-
desk Be|g|um (German-speak|ng commun|tyj-produced
two newsletters to reach different demographic groups-
°Eurofax" was sent mostly to multipliers, while over 2,000
youngsters aged 13 to 18 regularly read the national partner's
EUROjuka newsletter. Across the border to the north, Euro-
desk Nether|ands produced the °Go-Europe" guide for
young people and youth organisations, offering information
on EU opportunities for young people while inspiring them to
make use of those opportunities. Several youngsters who'd
taken part in EU mobility programmes were interviewed to
show the positive aspects of the experience.
On||ne.
Like all our national partners, Eurodesk Ita|y provided its
funding and mobility information online, using the Eurodesk
database to present funding opportunities and EduMoby
for mobility information, in addition to linking the national
and European youth portals and disseminating a digital
monthly newsletter. Eurodesk Portuga| provided the bulk
of its funding and mobility information via its youth portal,
which is linked to the European Youth Portal and Eurodesk
website. Eurodesk L|chtenste|n launched a new website,
as did Eurodesk Ma|ta, whose website includes a section
about funding opportunities to help young people find ways
to finance and implement their ideas. The website also inclu-
des a section dedicated to partner searches for the Youth in
Action programme and other funding opportunities.
Eurodesk Ma|ta p|cked up 100 new subscr|bers for |ts news|etter wh||e
ce|ebrat|ng the network's 20th ann|versary at the Un|vers|ty of Ma|ta
We dec|ded ||g|t f|om t|e sta|t to o|ace
Eµ|odes| w|t||n oµ| nat|ona| voµt| |nfo|mat|on
st|µctµ|e, oecaµse we wanted |t to oe as c|ose as
ooss|o|e to t|e mµ|t|o||e|s |n t|e voµt| f|e|d and
to voµng oeoo|e t|emse|ves. We a|e ve|v sat|sf|ed
w|t| t|e |esµ|ts, as t|e svne|gv oetween Eµ|odes|
and t|e Aµst||an voµt| |nfo|mat|on cent|es |ave
o|odµced g|eate| |nte|est, mo|e oos|t|ve att|tµdes and a
st|onge| fee||ng fo| Eµ|ooe among voµng oeoo|e.
E||sabeth Z|eg|er, Head of Youth Po||cy D|v|s|on, Federa|
M|n|stry of Economy, Fam||y and Youth, Austr|a
To ensure that Eurodesk's services complement, rather
than overlap with, the work of other European information
providers, our partners cooperate not only with the Youth
in Action National Agencies, but also with other EU infor-
mation networks such as Euroduidance, Europass and
EURES. From car-pooling to co-producing publications,
such collaborations have come to play an integral role in
Eurodesk's information delivery services.
ln 2010, Eurodesk Czech Repub||c issued its °Euro-
kompas" quarterly magazine on education and mobility
in collaboration with the Lifelong Learning Programme
National Agency. Eurodesk Nether|ands also worked
with the National Agency for Lifelong Learning, as well as
Euroguidance and the Youth in Action agency, to produce
a road map linking EU funding opportunities with specific
target groups.
Teaming up with Euroguidance, EURES and the Natio-
nal Agency of the Youth in Action programme, Eurodesk
L|thuan|a produced a publication about studying, volun-
teering and working abroad. The booklet offered general
information and tips on every stage of the process, and
was hugely popular among young people.
Eurodesk Ice|and worked with its national Directorate of
Labour to promote mobility opportunities, targeting unem-
deliveringinformationincooperation
ployed youth in particular. Having jointly established the
Norwegian Mobility Network, Eurodesk Norway-in coo-
peration with Euroguidance, EURES and Europass-orga-
nised mobility opportunity conferences for multipliers such
as career advisors in schools.
Also in Scandinavia, Eurodesk F|n|and held its annual
°Europe or further" mobility event, cooperating with
a diversity of partners including the Fulbright Center,
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sµo|ect and o|act|ca| adv|ce. P|agmat|c. 7|at·s w|at
we need.
A mu|t|p||er attend|ng a Eurodesk Norway mob|||ty
conference
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Populutlonǣ ͕͔͕͕͘ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͛͜ ͚͘͜
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͕͖͘͝cǣ ͚͛͝ Ǧ bǣ ͖͛͗
httpǣȀȀwwwǤeurodeskǤczȀ
eurodeskcz̷eurodeskǤeu
DLNMARk Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͙͕͘͜ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͗͘ ͔͚͝
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͚͗͝cǣ ͔͛͘ Ǧ bǣ ͗͘͝
httpǣȀȀwwwǤluǤdk
eurodeskdk̷eurodeskǤeu
LS1ONIA Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͕͗͗͝ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͙͘ ͖͕͙
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͖͙͜cǣ ͕͔͘ Ǧ bǣ ͕͙͘
httpǣȀȀwwwǤeurodeskǤeeȀ
eurodeskee̷eurodeskǤeu
IINLAND Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͙͚͗͘ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͗͗͜ ͕͙͘
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͕͔͔͔cǣ ͔͘͝ Ǧ bǣ ͙͕͔
httpǣȀȀwwwǤclmoǤƤ
eurodeskƤ̷eurodeskǤeu
IRANCL Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͚͖͚͗͛ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͙͙͕ ͙͔͔
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͕͕͚͖͛cǣ ͙͚͜͝ Ǧ bǣ ͙͖͝͝
httpǣȀȀwwwǤeurodeskǦfrunceǤorgȀ
eurodeskfr̷eurodeskǤeu
CLRMANY Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͖͔͙͛͜ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͙͚͗ ͛͗͗
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͕͕͕͕͘cǣ ͚͕͕͝ Ǧ bǣ ͖͔͔͛
httpǣȀȀwwwǤruusvonzuhuusǤdeȀ
eurodeskde̷eurodeskǤeu
CRLLCL Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͕͕͕͗͜ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͕͕͗ ͘͘͝
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͕͙͝͝cǣ ͗͘͝ Ǧ bǣ ͕͔͕͚
httpǣȀȀwwwǤneugenluǤgr
eurodeskel̷eurodeskǤeu
BUNCARY Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͛͗͝͝ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͗͝ ͔͖͗
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͕͖͜͝cǣ ͚͘͝ Ǧ bǣ ͖͜͝
httpǣȀȀwwwǤeurodeskǤhu
eurodeskhu̷eurodeskǤeu
ICLLAND Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͖͗͝ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͕͔͗ ͔͔͔
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͛͗cǣ ͙͗ Ǧ bǣ ͚͗
httpǣȀȀwwwǤeurodeskǤlsȀ
eurodeskls̷eurodeskǤeu
IRLLAND Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͙͘͜͝ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͔͛ ͖͘͜
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͖͛͝cǣ ͖͘͜ Ǧ bǣ ͔͘͝
httpǣȀȀwwwǤeurodeskǤleȀ
eurodeskle̷eurodeskǤeu
I1ALY Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͚͔͔͜͝ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͔͕͗ ͖͚͖
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͖͜͝͝cǣ ͙͖͗͘ Ǧ bǣ ͚͚͛͘
httpǣȀȀwwwǤeurodeskǤltȀ
eurodesklt̷eurodeskǤeu
kA2AkBS1AN Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͕͙͙͛͗ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͖ ͕͛͛ ͖͔͔
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͖͔͘͝cǣ ͖͕͕͚ Ǧ bǣ ͖͕͛͘
LA1vIA Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͖͖͔͘ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͚͘ ͙͜͝
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͗͘͝cǣ ͖͗͘ Ǧ bǣ ͖͙͔
httpǣȀȀwwwǤjuunutneǤgovǤlv
eurodesklv̷eurodeskǤeu
LILCB1LNS1LIN Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͚͗ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͕͚͔
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͚ǡ͙cǣ ͗ǡ͖ Ǧ bǣ ͗ǡ͗
httpǣȀȀwwwǤuhuǤllȀ
eurodeskll̷eurodeskǤeu
LI1BUANIA Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͖͙͙͗ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͚͙ ͖͔͔
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͖͛͗cǣ ͙͖͗ Ǧ bǣ ͕͗͛
httpǣȀȀwwwǤeurodeskǤlt
eurodesklt̷eurodeskǤeu
LUXLM8OURC Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͖͘͝ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͖ ͙͚͜
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͖͝cǣ ͙͘ Ǧ bǣ ͛͘
httpǣȀȀwwwǤcljǤluȀ
eurodesklg̷eurodeskǤeu
MACLDONIA Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͖͔͗͘ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͖͙ ͕͛͗
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͛͗͘cǣ ͖͔͗ Ǧ bǣ ͖͘͘
MAL1A Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͕͔͘ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͕͚͗
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͛͜cǣ ͖͘ Ǧ bǣ ͙͘
httpǣȀȀwwwǤeurodeskǤorgǤmt
eurodeskmt̷eurodeskǤeu
MOLDOvA Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͙͚͗͛ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͗͗ ͔͔͛
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͗͝͝cǣ ͕͛͘ Ǧ bǣ ͚͘͜
MON1LNLCRO Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͚͖͚ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͕͗ ͕͖͜
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͕͔͘cǣ ͚͜ Ǧ bǣ ͖͛
NL1BLRLANDS Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͕͚͚͙͗ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͕͘ ͚͗͜
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͔͕͗͘cǣ ͕͛͛͘ Ǧ bǣ ͕͙͗͛
httpǣȀȀwwwǤgoǦeuropeǤnlȀ
eurodesknl̷eurodeskǤeu
NORWAY Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͙͙͘͜ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͖͗͗ ͛͜͜
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͔͗͝cǣ ͙͙͘ Ǧ bǣ ͙͛͘
httpǣȀȀwwwǤeurodeskǤno
eurodeskno̷eurodeskǤeu
POLAND Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͔͗͗͜͜ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͕͖͗ ͚͛͛
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͚͕͘͜cǣ ͖͖͙͘ Ǧ bǣ ͗͘͜͝
httpǣȀȀwwwǤeurodeskǤpl
eurodeskpl̷eurodeskǤeu
POR1UCAL Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͕͔͖͛͗ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͜͜ ͘͘͝
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͕͔͘͝cǣ ͗͗͝ Ǧ bǣ ͗͗͝
httpǣȀȀwwwǤjuventudeǤgovǤpt
eurodeskpt̷eurodeskǤeu
ROMANIA Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͖͕͕͔͝ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͖͗͜ ͕͗͝
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͔͚͘͘cǣ ͖͕͙͚ Ǧ bǣ ͖͖͙͔
httpǣȀȀwwwǤeurodeskǤroȀ
eurodeskro̷eurodeskǤeu
RUSSIAN ILDLRA1ION Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͕͔͚͗͛͘ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͕͛ ͔͙͛ ͔͔͘
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͖͚͗͗͜cǣ ͕͚͔͕͝ Ǧ bǣ ͕͚͚͚͗
SLR8IA Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͙͚͜͝ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͜͜ ͚͕͗
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͖͕͔͔cǣ ͕͔͖͙ Ǧ bǣ ͕͔͚͛
SLOvAk RLPU8LIC Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͙͕͖͘ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͘͝ ͔͕͖
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͕͖͖͛cǣ ͚͔͕ Ǧ bǣ ͚͖͚
httpǣȀȀwwwǤeurodeskǤsk
eurodesksk̷eurodeskǤeu
SLOvLNIA Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͖͔͖͙ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͖͔ ͖͙͚
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͗͛͛cǣ ͕͘͜ Ǧ bǣ ͕͗͝
httpǣȀȀwwwǤeurodeskǤslȀ
eurodesksl̷eurodeskǤeu
SPAIN Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͙͕͗͛͘ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͙͔͘ ͖͛͜
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͕͛͗͝cǣ ͙͗͜͝ Ǧ bǣ ͔͖͛͘
httpǣȀȀwwwǤeurodeskǤlnjuveǤes
eurodeskes̷eurodeskǤeu
SWLDLN Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͖͗͝͝ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͘͘͝ ͚͘͝
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͕͙͛͝cǣ ͛͜͜ Ǧ bǣ ͕͛͝
httpǣȀȀwwwǤungdomsstyrelsenǤse
eurodeskse̷eurodeskǤeu
SWI12LRLAND Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͙͙͛͝ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͕͘ ͖͘͜
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͕͗͘͝cǣ ͚͛͜ Ǧ bǣ ͔͛͛
httpǣȀȀwwwǤchǦgoǤch
eurodeskch̷eurodeskǤeu
1URkLY Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͙͔͙͛͛ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͛͛͝ ͙͖͘
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͖͔͕͔͗cǣ ͔͚͝͝ Ǧ bǣ ͕͔͖͖͘
httpǣȀȀeurodeskǤuuǤgovǤtrȀ
eurodesktr̷eurodeskǤeu
UkRAINL Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͙͗͗͘͘ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͚͔͗ ͔͔͛
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͕͔͔͚͝cǣ ͙͖͘͝ Ǧ bǣ ͙͕͘͘
UNI1LD kINCDOM Ǧ
Populutlonǣ ͚͕͜͝͝ Ǧ Surfuce ureu ln km;ǣ ͖͘͘ ͕͙͛
Young people ȋ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ yeursȌǣ ͕͖͖͖͗cǣ ͙͙͜͝ Ǧ bǣ ͚͖͛͘
httpǣȀȀwwwǤeurodeskǤorgǤuk
eurodeskuk̷eurodeskǤeu
Population Ƭ Young people ͕͙Ǧ͔͗ age ȋthousandsȌ
Sourceǣ Populutlon Llvlslon of the Lepurtment of Lconomlc und Soclul Aơulrs
of the Unlted Nutlons Secreturlutǡ vorld Populutlon Prospectsǣ 1he ͖͔͔͜ RevlslonǤ
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national median income. "Income" must be understood as equivalised
disposable income. It is deñned as the household's total disposable
income divided by its "equivalent size", to take account of the size and
composition of the household, and is attributed to each household member.
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10 11
As two como|ementa|v o|og|ammes a|med at
mµ|t|o||e|s, / exoe||ence t|e coooe|at|on w|t|
Eµ|odes| as ve|v va|µao|e. 7wo o|gan|sat|ons |ndeed
ac||eve mo|e t|an one.
E||en Hanse|man, Eurogu|dance, The Nether|ands
/n 2010, we too| oa|t |n a nat|ona| netwo||
meet|ng aooµt voµt| |nfo|mat|on and Eµ|ooe. 7||s
meet|ng was |n|t|ated and o|gan|sed ov Eµ|odes|
Net|e||ands.Fo| t|e Yoµt| /nfo|mat|on Po|nt,
t||s |s a |e|evant and easv wav to |nte|act w|t|
d|ffe|ent exoe|ts |n t|e f|e|d of voµt| |ssµes |n Eµ|ooe.
Eµ|odes| o|ov|ded µs w|t| |oads of |nfo|mat|on we
can oass on to oµ| ta|get g|oµos.
Jacque||ne van Veen, Jongeren Informat|e Punt
(Youth Informat|on Po|ntj, The Nether|ands
Three networks comb|ne for
"Innovat|on Towards a
Part|c|pat|ve Soc|ety"
ln September/October, Eurodesk teamed
up with the European Youth lnforma-
tion and Counselling Agency (ERYlCA)
and European Youth Card Association
(EYCA) to organise a four-day confe-
rence in Lyon, in collaboration with
Eurodesk France, the Regional
Youth lnformation Centre Lyon and
the City of Lyon. More than 40 par-
ticipants from the three networks
heard presentations from the Euro-
pean Commission and Council of
Europe before exchanging ideas,
experiences and good practice
in youth information, focusing
in particular on the renewed
Framework of European Coo-
peration in the Youth Field.
The presidents of the three
networks led a plenary dis-
cussion on the role of youth
information in the context
of the new Framework and
other European strategies,
followed by workshops
that allowed participants
to explore the implica-
tions of the strategies
for their work.
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ln cooperation with the European Youth Card (EYC) Associ-
ation, Eurodesk Austr|a published the first edition of °auf
& davon" (°up & away"), a magazine for young people fea-
turing European travel information about transport, accom-
modation and travel security. To attract young readers, the
publication also offered EYC discounts and infotainment
such as a feature on the European Youth Capital and °My
Europe" testimonials by celebrities.
To offer further information on funding opportunities beyond
Youth in Action, Eurodesk Austria also organised a seminar
for regional partners on the EU funding programmes
°Culture" and °European for Citizens", while Eurodesk
Po|and started collaborating with its national contact points
for these two programmes.
ln cooperation with the Youth in Action National Agency,
Eurodesk Czech Repub||c issued the third edition of its
brochure °.a kde jsi Ty?", offering good examples of
projects funded by the programme to inspire other young
people to show similar initiative.
Eurodesk Spa|n collaborated widely with European net-
works and Spanish stakeholders-such as the Young
Entrepreneurs Association of Murcia and the Spanish Youth
Council-to share information and resources including bul-
letins, alerts and mailing lists.
Campus France, the Goethe-lnstitut Finnland, the Nordic
Cooperation and the Helsinki City Library.
Apart from promoting mobility opportunities, Eurodesk Germany
took the additional step of examining the quality of internships
abroad, organising an expert conference to explore the issue in
collaboration with the German Academic Exchange Service, the
lnternational Association for the Exchange of Students for Tech-
nical Expertise, the Federal Employment Agency and others.
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Eurodesk's national partners inform multipliers about the
European cooperation on youth policies, also with a view
to promoting greater participation among young people
in policy making. Apart from seeking to generate more
opportunities for youth in education and employment, our
network encourages activities focused on talent deve-
lopment and cultural expression. National partners such
as Eurodesk Hungary cooperate with their respective
governments' offices for culture with this aim in mind.
Throughout 2010, the network hosted numerous events
to engage young people more directly in youth policy.
The two-day °Youth Policy ABC" seminars, organised by
Eurodesk Eston|a, brought together young people, youth
workers, third sector organisations and local level decision
makers to learn about the EU's °Mobilising and Empowe-
ring Youth" strategy.
ln Sweden, representatives from all 290 municipalities,
along with other authorities and youth NGOs, are invited
annually to a national conference on youth policy. At the
2010 event, Eurodesk Sweden presented the European
dimension of youth policy, co-hosting a session on Youth
in Action projects and another on the EU2020 strategy
flagship initiative °Youth on the Move".
Most Eurodesk partners focused on communicating youth
policy information via general publications for youth,
thereby reaching higher numbers of young people in addi-
tion to youth sector workers. Eurodesk Austr|a includes
at least one youth policy feature in its quarterly °Eurodesk"
newsletter. ln 2010 the newsletter covered topics such
as the EU's °Youth-lnvesting and Empowering" strategy
(adopted last year), the Belgian EU Presidency, the EU's
flagship initiative °Youth on the Move" and the 2011 Euro-
pean Year of volunteering.
Similarly, Eurodesk Po|and included a youth policy
section in its °Europe for the Active" quarterly distri-
buted to organisations, institutions and individuals directly
dealing with European and youth issues, including Polish
MEPs. Eurodesk Roman|a produced a booklet on Euro-
pean youth policy that focused especially on the new EU
Youth Strategy and Youth on the Move initiative, while its
monthly bulletin included regular updates on develop-
ments in youth policy.
Memoe|s||o |n t|e netwo|| g|ves µs "||g|e| statµs".
W|en we go somew|e|e we can o|oµd|v ment|on t|at
we a|e memoe|s of Eµ|odes|.
M|cha| S|achta, Eurodesk mu|t|p||er |n Kos|ce, S|ovak|a
/ va|µe t|e nove|t|es Eµ|odes| Po|and |nt|odµced
|n 2010. 7|e weos|te conta|ns a |ot of |nfo|mat|on
oµt |s µse|-f||end|v. 7|e qµa|te||v "Eµ|ooe fo| t|e
Act|ve", w||c| |s coo|d|nated ov t|e nat|ona| off|ce,
|a|ses |moo|tant |ssµes f|om t|e voµt| oo||cv a|ea,
edµcat|on and Eµ|ooean o|og|ammes, |eac||ng
d||ect|v t|e |nd|v|dµa|s and o|gan|sat|ons |nte|ested
|n t|ese too|cs.
Mr M|ros|aw S|e|atyck|, Under Secretary of State
|n the Po||sh M|n|stry of Nat|ona| Educat|on
Eurodesk Greece
opened another door
of opportun|ty w|th
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Turkey: 50 |oca| partners and 9,000
Facebook fans |n on|y three years
Just three years after becoming a national partner, Eurodesk Turkey welcomed
its 50th local partner in 2010. With only one full time staff member, Eurodesk
Turkey has been breaking new ground in bringing European information to a non-EU
country that lies at the crossroads with Asia and is home to the largest youth population
in Europe. While its local relays are building new partnerships with local governments to
launch structured dialogues between decision makers and youth, the national office
continues to reach out to young people directly with the help of social media in
particular. Eurodesk Turkey's Facebook page, with over 9,000 fans so far, is
generating exciting opportunities for genuine interaction and debate between
Turkey's youth stakeholders.
The "Ba|d Boy" of fo|k
ta|es-Eurodesk Turkey's
very own mascot
Europeanyear2010:combatingpoverty
andsocialexclusion
Apart from its core mandate of delivering youth informa-
tion services, Eurodesk supports high profile EU events
to promote-but also engage more young people in-
European sectors beyond youth policy. We're especially
involved in promoting the °European Year" activities,
which in 2010 focused on °Combating Poverty and Social
Exclusion".
Eurodesk S|oven|a organised a photo competition to
promote the issue, selecting 15 of the best photos that
were later exhibited at youth centres, a library and a Nati-
onal Agency event. A photo competition was also initia-
ted by Eurodesk Greece, while Eurodesk Czech Repu-
b||c promoted a comic drawing competition organised by
the Lifelong Learning Programme National Agency. That
cooperation extended to hosting an open-air event where
over 300 young people took part in workshops, competi-
tions and theatre performances aiming to draw attention
to poverty and social exclusion.
Some partners are working in cooperation with policy
makers and others to inform about youth policy. Eurodesk
Sweden helped to distribute a booklet, produced by the nati-
onal Ministry for lntegration and Gender, explaining the new
Framework for European Cooperation in the Youth Field.
lncreasingly, our partners are taking their publications
online, or otherwise using their websites and other web
platforms to inform about youth policy. Eurodesk UK's
website provided information about the European coopera-
tion on youth policies and its three main pillars, while Euro-
desk Nether|ands has dedicated a special youth policy
information section on its website, focusing on news, the
framework of youth policies, structured dialogue and the
history of EU youth policy. And Eurodesk Turkey reports
that many of its 9,000 Facebook fans instantly react to
posted items, thereby creating new opportunities for dialo-
gue between youth policy stakeholders.
Learn|ng what
|t fee|s ||ke to be
|n a whee|cha|r, at
the "F|nd yourse|f
|n Europe" event
|n Czech Repub||c
promotingstructureddialogue
15
W|t|oµt a doµot, esoec|a||v dµ||ng t|ese |a|d t|mes,
Eµ|odes| |s a ||g||v va|µao|e too|.
Fab|án Cabrera Ca|zada, Town Counc|||or of V|||a
de| Río, Córdoba, Spa|n
7|e weos|te µd|ve|den.d| |s an |nd|soensao|e too| |n
o|omot|ng Eµ|ooean o|og|ammes oecaµse |t |s a|med
d||ect|v at voµng oeoo|e t|emse|ves. /t's |mo|ess|ve
t|at t|e o|esentat|on of t|e weos|te |s t|e most
oooµ|a| of anv at t|e edµcat|on fa||s eve|v vea|.
L|a Leff|and, Head of D|v|s|on for Youth |n Act|on
and L|fe|ong Learn|ng Program, Denmark
Structured D|a|ogue towards
youth emp|oyment
During the EU trio presidency of Spain, Belgium and
Hungary (2010-2011), the structured dialogue has
been dealing with the theme of youth employment.
ln the member states, national working groups were
established to shape this structured dialogue at
national level. Eurodesk Be|g|um (F|em|sh-speak|ng
commun|tyj was one of the driving forces in the national
consultations and the implementation of the structured
dialogue during the Belgian EU Presidency.
Over 100 young people from across Europe who were
involved in the national consultations gathered in
Leuven for the EU Youth Conference. ln several working
groups, they discussed youth employment with policy
makers from the 27 EU Member States. The results
of the national consultations were gathered during the
conference and the next step in the process prepared. All the
participants worked together in thematic workshops with the
objective of fine-tuning the recommendations from the
national consultations, addressing them towards the
appropriate level or institution, and investigating what
the contribution of youth policy could be. This resulted in
around 40 recommendations jointly identified by young
people and policy makers.
Published by Eurodesk Po|and, an °Education v Poverty"
newsletter presented data on poverty and examples of edu-
cation projects that have in some way helped the poor and
socially excluded. Eurodesk Ma|ta published a booklet that
sought to inspire young people with similar examples.
Eurodesk's national partner in Bu|gar|a hosted training
courses in 10 cities to help local relays tackle the challen-
ges presented by poverty and social exclusion.
Eurodesk Hungary co-initiated the
“Under my Umbrella” campaign—
around 3000 young people in 11
towns painted umbrellas with images
expressing what poverty and social
exclusion mean to them.
The European Commission is keen to listen to what young
people have to say and there are a number of initiatives suppor-
ting that process. The so-called Structured Dialogue is one of
them. As part of its regular activities, Eurodesk provides informa-
tion about the structured dialogue between policy makers and
young people at local, regional and national levels.
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Eµ|odes| |s an |nva|µao|e |esoµ|ce./nfo|mat|on |n
an access|o|e fo|m |s v|ta| |n t|e encoµ|agement
of t|e g|eate| |nvo|vement of voµng oeoo|e |n c|v||
soc|etv and |n ensµ||ng t|at t|ose |nvo|ved |n oo||cv
ma||ng a|e made awa|e of t|e |ssµes t|at |moact on
voµng oeoo|e.
Margaret Raftery, Off|ce of the M|n|ster of Ch||d-
ren and Youth Affa|rs, Ire|and
.So you th|nk you know |t a||?
(SYTYKIAj
Eurodesk's "SYTYKIA" |s part of the network's
strategy to exp|ore w|th young peop|e why the EU
|s |mportant to them, the opportun|t|es that ex|st |n
Europe for them and to encourage the express|on of
the|r v|ews at European |eve|. The |n|t|at|ve |everages
the capac|ty of Eurodesk's mu|t|p||ers to ta|k d|rect|y
to young peop|e about the|r v|ews on the EU, thereby
support|ng the European Comm|ss|on's structured
d|a|ogue at |oca|, reg|ona| and nat|ona| |eve|s.
SYTYKIA |s based on "European Awareness"
sess|ons |nvo|v|ng methodo|og|es and
mater|a|s that prov|de a coherent and coord|na-
ted framework to support structured d|a|ogue |n
part|cu|ar. Each sess|on addresses young peop|e-
from schoo|s, youth organ|sat|ons and other |oca| youth
structures-who |ook to the|r commun|t|es
to f|nd ev|dence of the EU's |mpact wh||e
d|scover|ng the many ways that European |ssues
may be commun|cated. The sess|ons end by
encourag|ng young part|c|pants to take act|on us|ng
the|r newfound know|edge and |nsp|rat|on to engage
|n the European project.
SYTYKIA started as a p||ot project |n 2007. S|nce
then, hundreds of European awareness sess|ons
|nvo|v|ng over 17.000 young peop|e have been he|d
|n most of the Eurodesk countr|es. The method has
been ma|nstreamed |nto Eurodesk act|v|t|es and
adapted by nat|ona| partners across the network.
Another SYTYKIA sess|on hosted by Eurodesk Czech Repub||c
Network partners will often facilitate or contribute actively to
that dialogue at local and regional but also state levels. Euro-
desk France participated in a national working group establis-
hed by the French ministry in charge of youth to advance the
structured dialogue. Similarly, Eurodesk Austr|a was selected
by its federal youth ministry to participate in a youth policy
strategy group, which brings together youth sector stakehol-
ders to exchange ideas, information and best practice while
contributing to the structured dialogue.
At a macro-regional level, the second German-speaking Youth
Forum took place in vienna in November. Eurodesk Austr|a
gathered young people, those who work with them as well
as other stakeholders to discuss the impact on participation,
education and inclusion of the °Youth-lnvesting and Empo-
wering" strategy.
The °Empowering young people through information" confe-
rence hosted in June by Eurodesk Ire|and (see earlier box)
also explored the °Youth-lnvesting and Empowering" stra-
tegy as well as two of the EU2020 Strategy flagship initiati-
ves: °Youth on the Move" and the °Agenda for New Skills and
Jobs". The event also included a workshop on youth partici-
pation to draw attention to the importance of structured dialo-
gue in a country where citizens are still ambivalent about the
benefits the EU brings them.
Eurodesk Czech Repub||c cooperated with the Czech
Council for Children and Youth to present the results of a con-
sultation with youth on the theme of employment.
ln 2010, Eurodesk's SYTYKlA methodology was used widely
across the whole network, often in collaboration with other part-
ners. For the second consecutive year and in close cooperation
with several Europe Direct contact points, Eurodesk Ita|y imple-
mented the EU4U project, an adaption of the SYTYKlA module.
Over 10,000 senior year secondary students learned about EU
opportunities and the Lisbon Treaty rights and values with a
range of interactive activities. Co-funded by the EU Communi-
cation Managing Partnership in ltaly and the state youth ministry,
the project is set to end in March 2011 with a simulation in Rome
of a European Parliament session.
Eurodesk Sweden ran six SYTYKlA sessions at two manage-
ment partnership conferences arranged by the lnternational
Programme Office for Education and Training. Around 160
teachers from across the country attended the sessions,
which presented tools to help them introduce EU information
at their respective schools.
Aside from our role in delivering information services to
young people and those working with them, Eurodesk pro-
motes the development of comprehensive, coherent and
coordinated services that take into account the specific
needs of young people. Our national partners also support
the development and harmonisation of youth information
policies within their respective countries.
exchangingexperiencesandgoodpracticeto
improvethequalityofyouthinformation
/ was de||g|ted at t|e µnoe||evao|e comoetence of
a|| t|e oa|t|c|oants and t|e f||end|v atmoso|e|e of
t|e w|o|e event. / qµ|c||v oegan to wo|| w|t| t|e
confe|ence too|c and was ve|v |aoov to get so mµc|
va|µao|e adv|ce...
Eurodesk Germany conference part|c|pant
As a mµ|t|o||e|, / oa|t|c|oate |n two sem|na|s oe|
vea|: one at t|e off|ces of Eµ|odes| F|ance, and
t|e ot|e| at t|e o|em|ses of one of t|e |eg|ona|
mµ|t|o||e|s. 7||s |s a good wav of |eeo|ng µo-to-date w|t|
Eµ|odes| netwo|| act|v|t|es oot| at Eµ|ooean and
nat|ona| |eve|, to exc|ange o|act|ce, and to wo|| on
|o|nt |nfo|mat|on too|s |n a f||end|v atmoso|e|e.../ a|so
aoo|ec|ate |av|ng t|e ooss|o|||tv of oe|ng ao|e to as|
mv Eµ|ooean and F|enc| co||eagµes fo| |e|o on t|e
|nt|anet w|eneve| / need |t.
Th|erry Cresp|n, Reg|ona| Youth Informat|on
Centre Franche-Comté (Besançonj, France
Eurodesk's main contribution to enhancing the quality of
youth information is to exchange experiences and share
examples of good practice. Our European network mee-
tings are an opportunity to do that, but also to participate
in training sessions and jointly develop quality criteria
for the provision of information services. That process is
reflected also at state level, where national partners regu-
larly meet and exchange with local multipliers as well as
European and local partner networks.
Working group fever at a Eurodesk Italy network meeting
From cognitive
behaviour to
working groups
at the Ireland
conference
Every year, Eurodesk S|oven|a takes part in an annual
meeting of EU networks, hosted by the European
Commission's delegation in the country, to exchange good
practices and experience. To produce a new series of
information leaflets called °Memos Eurodesk", Eurodesk
France worked closely with local multipliers to exchange
experience and knowledge of specific know-how that
could add value to the rest of the network.
Motivated by the latest EU Youth Strategy, Eurodesk
Austr|a began a renewed dialogue with youth work struc-
tures such as youth centres. Workshop sessions on °Dia-
logue Between Youth lnformation and Open Youth Work"
focused on how youth information services could be more
useful for youth workers and their target groups. The
results of these workshops will form the basis of Eurodesk
Austria's 2011 practices, in cooperation with the national
coordinating body of Open Youth Work.
To enhance the quality of existing youth mobility informa-
tion, Eurodesk Spa|n teamed up with public organisations
(universities, city councils, employment services, national
agencies and other EU networks) to develop new informa-
tion sessions for young people and youth workers, entitled
°Studying and Working in Europe".
The °Empowering young people through information" con-
ference, hosted by Eurodesk Ire|and (see earlier box),
featured experts presenting such valuable insights as
how a better understanding of the cognitive behaviour of
young people online could help youth workers improve
end users' access to information.
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Following its 2001 White Paper, »A New lmpetus for Euro-
pean Youth«, the EU undertook a greater political commit-
ment to inform young people about Europe. The European
Youth Portal was launched in 2004 for that purpose, its goal
defined by the European Commission as giving:
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The Eurodesk network is responsible for maintaining all the
information on the Youth Portal and ensuring regular multilin-
gual updates for its news sections. The portal covers topics
such as studying, working, volunteering/exchanges, young
people's rights, active citizenship, European travel as well as
information on Europe and other portals for young people. lt
provides European and national information on 31 countries
in 24 languages and enables young people to have their que-
stions answered through the Eurodesk network.
ln 2010, nearly 100 items were published on the homepage,
while the portal's total number of page views saw significant
increases on the previous year's figures (see graph).
All our national partners contributed to the Youth Portal
in their daily work throughout 2010; of particular note
among those contributions were the collaborative efforts of
Eurodesk's three Be|g|an partners representing the French,
Flemish and German-speaking communities. To ensure that
the national-level information was updated and promoted
effectively, the three partners met regularly and supported
one another whenever necessary.
Eurodesk S|oven|a used an innovative method to promote
the portal in its monthly news updates to local partners
and young people, presenting one European country each
month via a link to the portal from its website space °Clicks
through the European Youth Portal".
/ neve| eve| t|oµg|t t|at we |ad so manv oooo|tµn|-
t|es oe|ng Eµ|ooean.
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Eurodesk Po|and produced two new gadgets to promote
the portal (balloons and fudge) and continued to secure new
web links to the portal from local partner sites. For newco-
mers joining Eurodesk's Polish network, the national partner
also produced a quiz to test their knowledge of the portal.
At the Eurodesk network meeting in lceland, Eurodesk
Spa|n conducted a workshop on new ideas and web 2.0
tools for the European Youth Portal, thereby helping to
ensure that network partners continue to look ahead and
innovate in supporting the portal and the EU's broader
objectives.
Based on feedback received from the national partners,
Eurodesk Brussels Link handed the European Commission
a proposal for future development of the portal.
Eµ|odes| ooens a new s|v fo| voµng oeoo|e/
Ba|ba Abo||na, Ces|s Adu|t Educat|on Centre, Latv|a
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supportingtheEuropeanYouthPortal
Eurodesk Brusse|s L|nk
Scotland House
Rond-Point Schuman 6
B-1040 Brussels, Belgium
Phone: +32 2 282 83 84
Fax: +32 2 282 83 90
info@eurodesk.eu
www.eurodesk.eu
Eurodesk Austr|a
c/o jugendinfo.cc
eurodeskat@eurodesk.eu
http://www.jugendinfo.cc
Eurodesk Be|g|um, F|em|sh Commun|ty
c/o JlNT vzw
eurodeskbe@eurodesk.eu
http://www.jint.be
Eurodesk Be|g|um, French Commun|ty
c/o Bureau lnternational Jeunesse
eurodeskbe@eurodesk.eu
http://www.lebij.be
Eurodesk Be|g|um, German Commun|ty
c/o JlZ St. vith - Jugendinformationszentrum
eurodeskbe@eurodesk.eu
http://www.jugendinfo.be
Eurodesk Bu|gar|a
c/o National centre °European Youth
programmes & lnitiatives"
eurodeskbg@eurodesk.eu
http://www.eurodesk.bg
Eurodesk Cyprus
c/o Youth Board of Cyprus
eurodeskcy@eurodesk.eu
http://www.youthboard.org.cy
Eurodesk Czech Repub||c
c/o NA Mládez/ NlDM MSMT
eurodesk@mladezvakci.cz
http://www.eurodesk.cz
Eurodesk Denmark
c/o Danish Agency for lnternational Education
eurodeskdk@eurodesk.eu
http://www.iu.dk
Eurodesk Eston|a
c/o European Movement
eurodeskee@eurodesk.eu
http://www.eurodesk.ee

Eurodesk F|n|and
c/o Centre for lnternational Mobility (ClMO)
eurodeskfi@eurodesk.eu
http://www.cimo.fi
Eurodesk France
c/o ClDJ
eurodeskfr@eurodesk.eu
http://www.eurodesk-france.org
Eurodesk Germany
c/o lJAB e.v.
eurodeskde@eurodesk.eu
http://www.rausvonzuhaus.de
Eurodesk Greece
c/o lnstitute for Youth, Hellenic National Agency
eurodeskel@eurodesk.eu
http://www.neagenia.gr
Eurodesk Hungary
c/o Mobilitas National Youth Service
eurodeskhu@eurodesk.eu
http://www.eurodesk.hu
Eurodesk Ice|and
c/o Landskrifstofa/National Agency
Evrópa unga fólksins/ Youth in Action
eurodeskis@eurodesk.eu
http://www.eurodesk.is
Eurodesk Ire|and
c/o LEARGAS
eurodeskie@eurodesk.eu
http://www.eurodesk.ie
Eurodesk Ita|y
eurodeskit@eurodesk.eu
http://www.eurodesk.it

Eurodesk Latv|a
c/o Agency for lnternational Programs for Youth
eurodesklv@eurodesk.eu
http://www.jaunatne.gov.lv
Eurodesk L|echtenste|n
c/o »aha« - Tipps und lnfos für Junge Leute
eurodeskli@eurodesk.eu
http://www.aha.li
Eurodesk L|thuan|a
c/o Lithuanian Youth Council (LiJOT)
eurodesklt@eurodesk.eu
http://www.eurodesk.lt
Eurodesk Luxemburg
c/o Centre lnformation Jeunes
Luxembourg@eurodesk.eu
http://www.cij.lu
eurodesknationalpartners
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contactus

Eurodesk Ma|ta
c/o European Union Programmes Agency
eurodeskmt@eurodesk.eu
http://eurodesk.org.mt

Eurodesk Nether|ands
c/o Nederlandse Jeugdinstituut / NJi
eurodesknl@eurodesk.eu
http://www.go-europe.nl
Eurodesk Norway
c/o Norwegian Directorate for Children, Youth and
Family Affairs
eurodeskno@eurodesk.eu
http://www.eurodesk.no
Eurodesk Portuga|
c/o Agência Nacional para o Programa Juventude
eurodeskpt@eurodesk.eu
http://www.juventude.gov.pt
Eurodesk Po|and
c/o Foundation for the Development of the Education
System,
National Agency of the Youth Programme
eurodeskpl@eurodesk.eu
http://www.eurodesk.pl
Eurodesk Roman|a
c/o ANPCDEFP
eurodeskro@eurodesk.eu
http://www.eurodesk.ro
Eurodesk S|ovak|a
c/o luventa
eurodesksk@eurodesk.eu
http://www.eurodesk.sk
Eurodesk S|oven|a
c/o Movit Na Mladina
eurodesksi@eurodesk.eu
http://www.eurodesk.si

Eurodesk Spa|n
c/o lnstituto de la Juventud
Servicio de Movilidad e lnformación lnternacional
eurodeskes@eurodesk.eu
http://www.eurodesk.injuve.es
Eurodesk Sweden
c/o UNGDOMSSTYRELSEN
The Swedish National Board for Youth Affairs
eurodeskse@eurodesk.eu
http://www.ungdomsstyrelsen.se
Eurodesk Turkey
c/o Turkish National Agency
eurodesktr@eurodesk.eu
http://eurodesk.ua.gov.tr
Eurodesk Un|ted K|ngdom
c/o British Council
eurodeskuk@eurodesk.eu
http://www.eurodesk.org.uk
Eurodesk we|comes two new
nat|ona| partners |n 2011:
Eurodesk Croat|a
c/o Agencija Za Mobilnost l Programe Europske Unije
eurodeskhr@eurodesk.eu
http://www.mobilnost.hr
Eurodesk Sw|tzer|and
c/o ch Foundation for confederal collaboration
eurodeskch@eurodesk.eu
http://www.ch-go.ch
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