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GEN Y/Z SCOODLE – Second Chance On-Line Opportunities for the Development of Learning for Engagement

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Young people face uncertainties regarding their future due to technological changes, discrimination, social exclusion and their exposure to fake news and populism, with yet unknown effects on jobs, skills and democracy itself. For the first time since the 2nd World War, there is a real risk that today’s young generation will end up less well-off than their parents¹.

In line with the EU Youth Strategy 2019-27, the European project GEN Y/Z-SCOODLE recognises the need to enable young people to be architects of their own lives, build their resilience and equip them with life skills to cope with a changing world, become active citizens and agents of positive change in communities across Europe.

Youth professionals are key to combatting social and economic exclusion of young people and providing them with the necessary skills to re-engage with the communities and society. Youth workers, mentors and coaches act as role models and therefore need to show that they are lifelong learners, active citizens and innovators, in order to promote similar attitudes to youth.

SCOODLE aims to build, pilot and validate sustainable solutions in order to upgrade the capacity of youth professionals and eventually youth organisations, addressing the lower range of Generation Y (aged 25-29) and the upper one of Generation Z (aged 15-24), through European state-of-the-art second chance education (SCE) methods and practices.

More specifically, the objectives of SCOODLE are:

  • To enhance and recognise the professional development of youth workers.
  • To facilitate engagement and equity in learning by validating high-quality tools and resources.

To establish a European community and learning hub for youth professionals.