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Report on Youth Social Inclusion

From the report: “Non-formal education develops competences that are essential in building an inclusive society for all, particularly through its methods of cooperative and experiential learning. Policies intended to ensure the social inclusion of groups in a vulnerable situation in education and beyond, must therefore be part of a broader policy on education as a whole. Learning in non-formal settings, and particularly in youth organisations, is an integral part of inclusive education, particularly positively impacting youth from disadvantaged groups. Support to non-formal education providers is thus essential in ensuring Europe reaches education targets, and provides an inclusive education to all people throughout the life course.”

As the financial cuts are being made on a big scale in non-formal education excluding youth is a threat to our future. Read more in the report by clicking on the picture below…
youth social inclusion

Published in POLICIES