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EACEA National Policies Platform


10. Youth work

10.7 Raising awareness about youth work

Last update: 12 March 2024
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  1. Information providers
  2. Key initiatives


Information providers

The network of local and regional youth information and counselling centres offers up-to-date information about youth work opportunities for young people in their local communities and beyond. The information is available on their websites, but also in various physical locations such as the centres themselves, or their info stands in schools, libraries, cafes, pop-up stands in the streets, etc. 

Many other youth organisations run info services for their members, mainly through mailing lists or social media.

The Agency for Mobility and EU Programmes (AMEUP) offers information about youth work opportunities within the Erasmus+ programme on its website, social media, and mailing lists.

In Croatia, there is also a wide network of local Eurodesk multipliers (youth organisations) that offer information about scholarships, internships, training opportunities, seminars, etc. 


Key initiatives

The AMEUP continually informs the public about the value of youth work, particularly in the European Union context, targeting youth organisations, schools, and young people.

The Central State Office for Demography and Youth implemented a European Social Fund-supported project titled Supporting the Development of Youth Work in Croatia. One of the planned activities for autumn 2020 was the public campaign focused on promoting youth work, its benefits for young people and society at large.