6.9 Awareness-raising about non-formal and informal learning and quality youth work
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On this page
The web page enfancejeunesse.lu is the main Internet platform on non-formal education for young people. It provides comprehensive information about trainings offered by different institutions of non-formal education, relevant publications (e.g. pedagogical guidelines, legal basis) and includes an agenda with important events.
The National Youth Service is an important player, as it offers a number of training programmes and support in the field of non-formal learning. It operates a web page where information, publications and application forms for these offers are available.
The Youth Information Centre is the nationwide contact point providing general information for young people on non-formal and informal learning opportunities. The Centre runs an office in the capital of Luxembourg where young people can find information on-site. Information is also provided in different youth centres throughout the country. Additionally, the Youth Information Centre runs a web page where comprehensive information on non-formal and informal learning opportunities can be found.
The Internet page volontaires.lu provides available information on voluntary services for both interested young people and volunteering organisations.
Information providers and counselling structures are in charge of raising awareness with regard to non-formal and informal learning and quality youth work (see: Information providers / counselling structures). Furthermore, there are some publications on non-formal learningin out-of-school settings published by the Ministry of Family and Integration together with the National Youth Service. These publications contain the definition, concepts, features and fields of action of non-formal education.