Watch Karina Chupina, inclusion advocate, trainer and researcher in our (political) video interview series on youth participation.
With Karina we have explored the issues youth with disabilities are facing and what needs to be done to make youth work more inclusive for everyone, as well we discovered more about ableism and intersectionality.
Enjoy the video and share with us your thoughts, reflections, reactions!
We advise a variety of youth and civil society organisations, international institutions and government ministries about how to improve their policies, programmes and processes. We work with NGO leaders, civil servants and activists to identify current and future needs, barriers to implementation and ideas for innovation in their specific fields of work regarding young people, citizen engagement and social policy.
We develop, design, deliver and evaluate training and educational interventions in a variety of formats, and for a variety of target groups, ranging from short training workshops for the voluntary staff of youth organisations to complex training processes for civil servants.
We share our ideas and conclusions in many different ways with our colleagues and partners in evaluation meetings, conferences, seminars, the occasional blog post and on social media.
We conceptualise, organise and implement tailored processes for the collection of evidence on the basis of which stakeholders in different kinds of organisations and institutions can improve the effectiveness of existing work, and develop new policies, educational programmes and strategies for serving.