Youth work essentials

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Summary

In this episode we are discussing youth research and its role in youth work practice. 
Invited guests:
Lana Pasic is a Youth Research and Policy Officer at the Partnership between the European Commission and the Council of Europe. Lana holds MPhil degree in Development Studies from the University of Oxford, where she specialised in youth, children and development. Before joining youth partnership, she consulted with various international and non-governmental organisations, working with young people from Bosnia and Herzegovina, South-East Europe, Europe, Africa, Asia and Latin America.
Adina Marina Șerban (PhD) is a youth researcher, member of PEYR - Pool of the European Youth Researchers, national correspondent for Youth Wiki, being as well a grassroots youth worker, leading a rural youth NGO (Center for Sustainable Community Development) in  SW part of Romania. Adina is highly interested in better understanding the impact of digitalisation on youth social inclusion, as well as finding out what participation mechanisms better fit young people's needs and interests. 
Tomi Kiilakoski (PhD) is a leading senior researcher in the Finnish Youth Research Network and an adjunct professor in the university of Tampere.   His areas of expertise include youth work, youth participation, educational policy, school violence and its prevention, cultural philosophy and critical pedagogy. He has developed participatory research methodologies for studying sensitive subjects with young people. Kiilakoski has published extensively (in total over 170 publications, in journal such as YOUNG, Youth & Policy, Education Culture & Society. ) He has authored ten books on youth work,  school as seen by the young, and critical pedagogy in his native language, Finnish. He engages actively in promoting participation and developing youth work and educational policy on the local and state level in Finland.  His expertise is widely used in formal and non-formal learning context from designing national core curriculum to designing participatory activities in the local policy level. 
Podcast host: Dariusz Grzemny

Show Notes

In this episode we are discussing youth research and its role in youth work practice. 

Invited guests:

Lana Pasic is a Youth Research and Policy Officer at the Partnership between the European Commission and the Council of Europe. Lana holds MPhil degree in Development Studies from the University of Oxford, where she specialised in youth, children and development. Before joining youth partnership, she consulted with various international and non-governmental organisations, working with young people from Bosnia and Herzegovina, South-East Europe, Europe, Africa, Asia and Latin America.

Adina Marina Șerban (PhD) is a youth researcher, member of PEYR - Pool of the European Youth Researchers, national correspondent for Youth Wiki, being as well a grassroots youth worker, leading a rural youth NGO (Center for Sustainable Community Development) in  SW part of Romania. Adina is highly interested in better understanding the impact of digitalisation on youth social inclusion, as well as finding out what participation mechanisms better fit young people's needs and interests. 

Tomi Kiilakoski (PhD) is a leading senior researcher in the Finnish Youth Research Network and an adjunct professor in the university of Tampere.   His areas of expertise include youth work, youth participation, educational policy, school violence and its prevention, cultural philosophy and critical pedagogy. He has developed participatory research methodologies for studying sensitive subjects with young people. Kiilakoski has published extensively (in total over 170 publications, in journal such as YOUNG, Youth & Policy, Education Culture & Society. ) He has authored ten books on youth work,  school as seen by the young, and critical pedagogy in his native language, Finnish. He engages actively in promoting participation and developing youth work and educational policy on the local and state level in Finland.  His expertise is widely used in formal and non-formal learning context from designing national core curriculum to designing participatory activities in the local policy level. 

Podcast host: Dariusz Grzemny

What is Youth work essentials?

Podcasts of the EU-CoE partnership in the field of youth. Participation, social inclusion, youth work, better knowledge, visibility of youth work & youth policy. The podcasts were prepared for the MOOC on Youth Work Essentials