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Let´s talk! - A series of Nordic-Baltic online discussion groups on the topic of youth information will start in January


Youth information workers from Nordic and Baltic countries, as well as professionals whose daily work is connected to youth information services, are welcome to the online meetings to discuss and share their experiences and ideas. The online discussion group Let´s talk! aims to strengthen the...

YouthInfoComp - The Youth Information Worker Competence Framework

YouthInfoComp offers a shared reference tool for describing the competences (knowledge, skills and attitudes) required by YI workers, or any youth work professionals delivering youth information. 

Ukrainian displaced youth: Identifying information needs and aspirations - A survey report


According to the UNHCR, almost 7.53 million refugees from Ukraine had been recorded across Europe by October 2022. Among them, many vulnerable groups with special protection needs, such as women, children, unaccompanied minors, and young people2. This situation requires coordinated intersectoral and...

Teaching MIL and learning yourself: keep calm and stay open


The MIL cosmos is a broad one and one does not really know what “meteorite” (e.g. Metaverse) will come next. How to not get overwhelmed with these lightspeed developments in technology and still fulfil your role as someone who offers guidance for young people?

Estonia's nationwide youth information service provides information for young people in Estonian, Russian, English and Ukrainian


Teeviit – Estonia’s youth information service – is a nationwide online information platform for young people. It provides information on a number of topics in both Estonian and Russian, and as of May 2022 also in English and Ukrainian.

Work for optimism, hope and trust


Article by Koordinaatti´s Development Manager Jaana Fedotoff, former ERYICA President (2016 – 2022) from Finland. Her time as president has been a time of development and many significant changes has been made. The European Youth Information and Counselling Agency (ERYICA) is an independent European...

MIL and youth information - inseparable


Youth information and counselling services are one of the best possible providers of Media and Information Literacy (MIL) education. Why is that the case? How can youth information workers also become media educators? What are the specifics of this field?

Professionals in Managing Flows of Information: Youth Information and Counselling in the 2020s

Professionals in Managing Flows of Information: Youth Information and Counselling in the 2020s.

European Youth Information Charter

European youth information charter gives a frame for youth information and counselling work.

Adopted in Cascais (Portugal) on 27 April 2018 by the 29th General Assembly of the
European Youth Information and Counselling Agency (ERYICA).

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