2-6 October 2023 | Tipperary, Ireland
The seminar will explore quality practice and innovation in the delivery of Youth Information . The five day activity will examine the role of Youth Information and youth workers in empowering the leaders of tomorrow .
The activity consists of a 5 days international siminar that has been designed for Youth Workers Youth Information Workers, Mangers and Board members of Youth Services, Policy Makers responsible for service provision to young people, academics and students with an interest in all aspects of information provision
The main objective is to give participants opportunities to exchange experiences, methodologies in the field of youth information and to explore the signifigance of this discipline in an era of misinformation and uncertainty .
- Showcase the excellence in youth information service providing in Ireland within an international context;
- Provide an opportunity for constructive dialogue between, practitioners, service providers and policy makers about the future of youth information;
- Share emerging evidence about the challenges of delivering quality information services to young people in our contemporary world of information overload;
- Sharing innovative practices and tools which will enable the sector to reach more and diverse young people (including new Apps, the Meta sphere etc people);
- Promote the participation of young people a co-creators of information in our services;
- Explore and understand contemporary technological advances that will impact on young people and youth information service provision such as Artificial Intelligence, radicalisation etc..
Our shared vision for youth information.
Together we are building a society in which young people have access to youth friendly, comprehensive, and reliable information that promotes their autonomy, well-being and skills set and ensure their active participation as citizens.
Presentations (Experts, Youth Information Workers, Policy makers, and Young People)
World Café Discussions
Irish Recipients for the ERYICA Quality Label will be celebrated at the conference dinner.
Who should attend:Youth Information Workers, Mangers and Board members of Youth Services, Policy Makers responsible for service provision to young people, ETB Youth Officers, academics and students with an interest in all aspects of information provision