Representatives from "Fundacja Pole Dialogu" in Poland, "Suomen Kulttuuriperintökasvatusken seura" in Finland, and the association "Narodni Parliament" in Serbia collaborated with CRISP to discuss the latest developments in local implementations and the research findings concerning the needs of young people across the four participating countries.
During the meeting, a commonality emerged - the increasing importance of mental health for both young people and educational institutions. This aspect was thoughtfully discussed in light of the post-pandemic conditions affecting local communities and youth.
In addition to reviewing survey results regarding local youth policies, plans for upcoming Public Debates took center stage in the discussions. CRISP is preparing to host a Public Debate in Berlin this November, anticipating the participation of young individuals, district representatives, as well as youth workers and advocates for youth participation.
The project "Policing the policies" is implemented within the framework of the "Erasmus+" program together with the «Fundacja Pole Dialogu» from Poland, «Suomen Kulttuuriperintökasvatusken seura» from Finland and the association «Narodni Parliament» from Serbia.