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(Joint Programmes)
Youth 2017   Youth Partnership Framework Programme 2017

Narrative (Work Plan)
01/01/2017 - 31/12/2017
JP Active  
Coordinating DG:
Directorate General of Democracy
1 200 000
Documents/Links:
    Intervention Logic Performance Indicators Sources of Verification Assumptions
    Overall Objectives
    (6 Activities) Narrative
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    Project Purpose 1      2017/DG II/JP/3761   Partnership between the European Commission and the Council of Europe in the field of youth 1 200 000 
    To continue the cooperation and foster synergies between the activities of the European Commission and the Council of Europe in the youth field, reflecting their priorities, providing concrete outcomes for their benefit and advantage of their member states. High quality implementation of the yearly programme of activities: timely delivery of the expected results in line with the grant agreement.  Final report approved by both institutions, reporting on indicators and describing content of activities.
    External evaluation commissioned by DG Education and Culture, European Commission.
     
    - Both partner institutions maintain and support the programme implementation in line with the jointly identified priorities, keeping an adequate level of flexibility.
    - European youth field stakeholders' needs and interests are adequately/sufficiently addressed.
    - The budgetary conditions are supportive of the programme implementation (sufficient and timely available resources).
    - The fluctuating staff situation does not hinder the programme implementation beyond the expected level.
     
    Expected Result 1.1 Better knowledge on the situation of young people - a “think tank” function to establish a clear picture of current and upcoming challenges and trends in participation for all young people. Expected results: - analytical papers, taking into account specific youth issues in certain regions in Europe or its neighbourhood - 1 main event gathering opinions leaders, experts, researchers, practitioners, policy-makers and youth organisations to discuss outcomes of papers and seminars - updated information under EKCYP and PEYR contributing to the specific objectives of the FPA - disseminating outcomes widely and efficiently, in a way that meets the needs of different stakeholders.
    Quantitative indicators:
    - At least 4 analytical papers
    - 1 main event and 1-2 seminars
    - Number and variety of participants per seminar
    - Number and quality of publications and articles (Internet, magazines, …)
    - Periodic issuance of ''Perspectives on Youth''
    - Rate of execution as planned
    - Hits on website.
    Qualitative indicators:
    - Responding to the needs of policy-makers at European and national levels
    - Being valid, updated, innovative and forward-looking, useful to the institutions and other stakeholders
    - PEYR to provide research findings/analysis and EKCYP - country-specific inputs to the papers and seminars of the partnership and the partner institutions

    - Final report on annual grant approved by both institutions, reporting on indicators and describing content of activities
    - Evaluation sheets to participants in seminars or subscribers to mailings.
     
    - As in the general assumptions on the programme implementation.
    - Experts are available from the start and do not drop out during the process.
    - The deadlines are respected by the parties involved.
    - Internal Council of Europe procedures do not block/delay the process.
    Expected Result 1.2 Promotion of Youth Work - advocacy regarding the contribution of youth work to youth participation and social inclusion, including innovative youth work, partnerships, outreach, learning mobility and recognition of youth work. Expected results: Advocacy inside the youth sector, furthering quality: - Sharing good practice and building expertise involving researchers, practitioners and policy-makers - Reach out to, involve and empower vulnerable groups - Support work on youth work from both institutions with guidance for the youth field Advocacy outside the youth sector promoting the value of youth work for participation, employment of young people and learning mobility.
    Quantitative indicators:
    - 1-2 seminars producing good practice in the fields covered, including one seminar involving representatives from vulnerable groups
    - At least 1 promotion or educational kit
    - Number and variety of participants per seminar
    - Rate of execution as planned
    - Hits on website.
    Qualitative indicators:
    - New expertise and good practice cases identified, responding to needs of practitioners
    - Innovative approaches identified for youth work, especially in inclusion and outreach to vulnerable groups
    - Guidance on application of recognition tools and quality in the youth sector
    - Quality and use of promotional and educational material.

    - Final report approved by both institutions, reporting on indicators and describing content of activities
    - Evaluation sheets among participants to seminars
    - Annual sample survey among a sample of users of information materials (from policy, practice, multipliers, youth organisations, youth work, employers and social services
    - Web analytics.
     
    - As in the general assumptions on the programme implementation.
    - Experts are available from the start and do not drop out during the process.
    - The deadlines are respected by the parties involved.
    - Internal Council of Europe procedures do not block/delay the process.
    Expected Result 1.3 Cooperation with a regional focus – promoting young people’s participation through peer learning and capacity-building in specific European and neighbourhood regions: Eastern Europe and South Caucasus, South-East Europe (Western Balkans), South Mediterranean, within the specific themes. Expected results: Visible seminars focusing on cooperation, peer learning and capacity building, involving institutions, researchers, practitioners, youth organisations and policy-makers on topics addressed under the partnership addressing specific issues in a given region. The events should pay attention to building capacities of youth actors across the whole of Europe and in neighbourhood regions.
    Quantitative indicators:
    - 1 seminar
    - Number, level and variety of participants per event
    - Rate of execution as planned
    - Number of articles covering the event
    - Hits on website.
    Qualitative indicators:
    - Visibility of events in articles (Internet, magazine)
    - Relevance of content of events for institutions and region
    - Synergies with other actors active in the regions (SALTOs, DG DEVCO, …)
    - Responsive to the needs of the two institutions and actors in the youth sector in all of Europe and its neighbourhood regions.

    - Final report approved by both institutions, reporting on indicators and describing content of activities
    - Evaluation sheets among participants to events
    - Web analytics.
     
    - As in the general assumptions on the programme implementation.
    - Identification of the regional partners is adequate to the project needs and cooperation - effective.
    - Experts are available from the start and do not drop out during the process.
    - The deadlines are respected by the parties involved.
    - Internal Council of Europe procedures do not block/delay the process.



     
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