Youth work essentials

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Summary

In this episode we are talking about values and ethics in youth work and their importance in youth work practice. 
Invited guests:
Hilary Tierney - Maynooth University, Ireland. Hilary worked as a youth worker for many years before joining the Department of Applied Social Studies in Maynooth University where she contributes across the professional community and youth work programmes. Her practice and research interests converge in a specific interest in reflective practice, professional supervision, informal education, digital youth work, global youth work, ethics and values in professional practice and the professional formation of gender conscious practitioners. She is particularly interested in the potential of informal and non-formal learning to develop young people's critical capacities as local and global citizens who are committed to equality, social justice and human rights. Hilary was the co-ordinator of the Youth Work eLearning Partnership [YWELP], an Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnership which produced youthworkandyou.org (Links to an external site.) an open source, interactive eLearning platform for youth workers and youth work educators.
Antti Korhonen - Finland

Podcast host: Ekaterina Sherer

Show Notes

In this episode we are talking about values and ethics in youth work and their importance in youth work practice. 

Invited guests:

Hilary Tierney - Maynooth University, Ireland. Hilary worked as a youth worker for many years before joining the Department of Applied Social Studies in Maynooth University where she contributes across the professional community and youth work programmes. Her practice and research interests converge in a specific interest in reflective practice, professional supervision, informal education, digital youth work, global youth work, ethics and values in professional practice and the professional formation of gender conscious practitioners. She is particularly interested in the potential of informal and non-formal learning to develop young people's critical capacities as local and global citizens who are committed to equality, social justice and human rights. Hilary was the co-ordinator of the Youth Work eLearning Partnership [YWELP], an Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnership which produced youthworkandyou.org (Links to an external site.) an open source, interactive eLearning platform for youth workers and youth work educators.

Antti Korhonen - Finland


Podcast host: Ekaterina Sherer

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