INSPIRE US & GET INSPIRED

The Abused no more partnership is launching a call to collect inspirational projects in the youth discrimination field. We are looking for examples of good and promising practices of projects and activities aimed at tackling youth discrimination in different fields and through various methodologies.

To share your project with us please fill in our online form below:
• all projects will be published in the Abused No More Network website
• three projects will be selected to be included in the Abused No More e-book, which will be launched in spring 2018
• the best project will be offered a bursary to present during the Abused No More final international conference which will be held in London in June / July 2018.

Help us to inspire other youth workers and get inspired by successful experiences from across Europe.
We are looking forward to hearing from you!

Inspirational project in the youth discrimination field
Please, fill in the online form

Your email:

Title of the project:

Priority themes of your project, please select:

Cultural DiversityInclusionParticipationEuropean CitizenshipYouth employabilitySocial challenges in (sub)urban areasNEET (Not in Education, Employment, or Training)TrainingRecognition of non-formal learning and youth workDevelopment of the quality of youth workDiscriminationIntercultural learning and dialogueYouth policySocial workCross-sectorial co-operationFGMGender based violenceMigrantsCounselling
Other, which?

Type of your project or type of activity in your project:

Youth ExchangeEuropean Voluntary ServiceLocal projectNational projectResearch projectMobility of youth workersTransnational youth initiativeStrategic partnership in the field of youthCapacity-building in the field of youthMeeting between young people and decision-makers in the field of youth

General concept - If so, please specify the programme in concern:

Summary of your project: (max. 250 characters)

Good practice elements in your project: Highlighting the best practice/ special / innovative / groundbreaking aspects of your project, which can inform and encourage others. The best practice element can be an alternative approach to the topic, newly developed method to address the topic or target group etc. It is up to you to suggest why exactly your project worked and why it is so good

Project venue:

Project dates:

Aim & objectives:

Target group:

What were the challenges in your project and how did you overcome them?

What approach was particularly successful or what was very difficult?

Tips, hints: What recommendations would you give to others organizing a similar project?

Outcomes, results, impact: What were the most relevant results of your project? What kind of impact did your project have?

Project coordinator: (name, family name, organisation, country and contact details)

Contact person: (name, family name, organisation, country and contact details)

Project partners: (name of the organisation and country)

Project countries:

More information? Please indicate any additional sources of information regarding your project, such as:
• Downloads and links (for reports, publicity in the media, photos, videos etc.)
• Anything else?

Can the data given in this form be published on the Abused No More Network website, and used to inform the e-book?
YESNO