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14 November 2019

Activity Details (ID# 32383)  

 
 
 
Title EU-CoE Youth Partnership Partnership Management Board 
Description The Partnership Management Board prepares decisions, co-ordinates and steers activities under the EU-CoE Youth Partnership. It meets once per semester. The Partnership Management Board invites representatives of the Council of Europe (including the chairs of the Advisory Council and European Steering Committee on Youth, CDEJ), the European Commission, the EU-CoE youth partnership secretariat and, as observer, the European Youth Forum.
 
Status Completed 
Date 12/04/2011 
Location European Commission offices, Belgium
Countries Organisations: Council of Europe / European Commission
Groups: All Council of Europe member states
  Multilateral
  Joint Programme Activity - YouthFrame III
Joint Programme EC/CoE
JP YouthFrame III - Youth Partnership Framework Programme 2010-2013
Project Purpose 1 - 2010/DG4/JP/2320   Youth Partnership Framework Programme 2010-2013
Expected Result 1.4 - A better knowledge on youth issues achieved and a dialogue between policy, research and practice organised, with special emphasis on priority areas of youth.
 PoA
Council of Europe Programme of Activities
I – Democracy
Line of Action ⇒ III.4 – Building a Democratic Culture
Programme ☆ III.4.2  Youth participation and citizenship

Working Method

Organisation of meetings - Small scale meeting 
Directorate (Service) Education, Culture and Heritage, Youth and Sport (Directorate of Youth and Sport - Youth)
CoE Contact ,   - .@coe.int
Web Pages
Documents & links
1 http://youth-partnership-eu.coe.int/youth-partnership/  
Last Modified 05/05/2011 


Activity Synopsis (ID# 32383)

Objective(s) The Partnership Management Board prepares decisions, co-ordinates and steers activities of the EU-CoE Youth Partnership. It meets twice a year. The agenda foresaw an information exchange on latest news from the institutions, a report from the manager of the EU-CoE youth partnership on the staff situation and the recruitment of staff and an update on the implementation of activities of the Work Plan.
 
Output/Results In preparation of the PMB the partnership team had provided 19 fact sheets outlining the state of affairs in the various projects. Issues for decision were focusing mainly on regional youth policy co-operation in the Southern Mediterranean region, and on administrative, budgetary and contractual items of the Specific Grant Agreement 2011. The PMB agreed with the proposed future management structure, and agreed to postpone the SEE seminar as well as the seminar Mobility and Migration to 2012; instead, communication with the League of Arab States on an event on Youth Participation will be continued based on a draft concept paper, provided by the Council of Europe. 
Conclusions/Follow Up The EU-CoE youth partnership team agreed to provide shortly a revised work plan (annexes I and II to Specific Grant Agreement) and a cover letter which explains the modifications made, to be send to the European Commission. Also the minutes of the PMB will be provided shortly. 
Participants European Commission: Gregory Paulger, Sergej Koperdak, Karin Lopatta-Loibl, Finn Denstad
Council of Europe: Ralf René Weingaertner, Ulrich Bunjes, Alexis Ridde (Joint Council on Youth)
EU-CoE youth partnership team: Hanjo Schild
European Youth Forum (observer): Sara Ulfhielm
 
Consultants/Experts  
CoE Secretariat Council of Europe: Ralf René Weingaertner, Ulrich Bunjes, Alexis Ridde (Joint Council on Youth); EU-CoE youth partnership team: Hanjo Schild
 
Total No. Participants
Last Modified

05/05/2011 




 
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