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The first forums are approaching

As the Youth of the World project has finished its first year, we are already preparing for the first round of Youth forums in UK, Lithuania, Cyprus and Italy. Since the last Learning Exchange in Rome, we have done a lot. Using the ideas gathered during discussions and brainstorming sessions with teachers during the learning exchange, project partners have created the resources for planning, organizing and implementing a Youth forum, both for Organizing schools and Participating schools. These resources contain everything a school may need in order to organize or participate in a youth forum – a step-by-step guide, document templates, useful tips, learning resources for this years topic and leadership skills modules to help you develop the skills essential for organizing and participating in a Youth forum. You can find all of these resources in our Youth Forum Portal, where you can follow a 10-step process towards YOUR forum!

The first round of Youth forums is already taking place in November and participating schools are busy with preparations. This year‘s topic is ‚Forced migration‘ and attending pupils are learning more about it before the forum. The schools will also organize exciting Treasure hunts, present the topic  to the whole school, and all teachers will include short activities related to the topic in their lessons – lots to do!

Youth forums in UK, Lithuania, Cyprus and Italy. Since the last Learning Exchange in Rome, we have done alot. Using the ideas gathered during discussions and brainstorming sessions with teachers during thelearning exchange, project partners have created the resources for planning, organizing and implementinga Youth forum, both for Organizing schools and Participating schools. These resources contain everything aschool may need in order to organize or participate in a youth forum – a step-by-step guide, documenttemplates, useful tips, learning resources for this years topic and leadership skills modules to help youdevelop the skills essential for organizing and participating in a Youth forum. You can find all of theseresources in our Youth Forum Portal, where you can follow a 10-step process towards YOUR forum!As the Youth of the World project has finished its first year, we are already preparing for the first round of
Youth forums in UK, Lithuania, Cyprus and Italy. Since the last Learning Exchange in Rome, we have done alot. Using the ideas gathered during discussions and brainstorming sessions with teachers during thelearning exchange, project partners have created the resources for planning, organizing and implementinga Youth forum, both for Organizing schools and Participating schools. These resources contain everything aschool may need in order to organize or participate in a youth forum – a step-by-step guide, documenttemplates, useful tips, learning resources for this years topic and leadership skills modules to help youdevelop the skills essential for organizing and participating in a Youth forum. You can find all of theseresources in our Youth Forum Portal, where you can follow a 10-step process towards YOUR forum!
The first round of Youth forums is already taking place in November and participating schools are busy withpreparations. This year‘s topic is ‚Forced migration‘ and attending pupils are learning more about it beforethe forum. The schools will also organize exciting Treasure hunts, present the topic  to the whole school,and all teachers will include short activities related to the topic in their lessons – lots to do!The first round of Youth forums is already taking place in November and participating schools are busy withpreparations. This year‘s topic is ‚Forced migration‘ and attending pupils are learning more about it beforethe forum. The schools will also organize exciting Treasure hunts, present the topic  to the whole school,and all teachers will include short activities related to the topic in their lessons – lots to do!