Youth Platform offers many different trainings, seminars, or workshops.


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For your attention are the 2 largest programs that the organization works on:

1. Program “Youth Worker”

The realization of the “Youth Worker” Program began in 2014 with the support of the United Nations Development Program, in cooperation with the Ministry of Youth and Sports of Ukraine, and the State Institute for Family and Youth Policy.

Implementation of the Youth Worker Program in Ukraine is a unique opportunity to increase the professional level of representatives of civil servants and public associations working with young people , which will increase the number of youth involved in the formation of youth policy , and strengthen the interaction of state-level and public youth institutions regarding the social formation of youth . – Material taken from the resource “Training program” Youth Worker “» © 2014-2017 www.youth-worker.org.ua


I. Program “Active Citizens” from British Council in Ukraine

“Active Citizens” is a program of the British Council for youth in the fields of intercultural dialogue and social development. 

The project started in 2009 and is implemented in more than 40 countries of the Middle East, North Africa, Europe, South and East Asia. The goal of the project is to promote social change and sustainable development through the creation and development of a network of young leaders with the involvement of youth organizations, which are the drivers of reforms in their communities and providing them with the knowledge and skills that will promote the building of human relations on the basis of equality and equal opportunities. Respect for diversity and the ability to conduct conflict-free dialogue. 

In Ukraine, the project is aimed at developing youth knowledge and skills that would promote intercultural dialogue and conflict resolution across Ukraine, especially in the Eastern area of ​​Ukraine. 


What is non formal education? At the European level, there has not yet been a single consensus on the interpretation of non-formal education, due to differences in the traditions of non-formal education in different countries. Definition of non-formal education was developed by experts of the Council of Europe in cooperation with the European Commission.

As part of the European Knowledge Center for Young People project, non-formal education is understood as any form of non-formal education that complements formal education by assimilating the skills and abilities necessary for a socially and economically active citizen of the country. Non-formal education is based on certain principles, the most important of which are: learning in action (learning by doing), learning to collaborate, learning to learn. “Learning in Action” means getting different skills and abilities during practice. “Learning Collaboration” involves gaining and developing ideas about the differences that exist between people, the ability to work in groups and in teams, and to accept and collaborate with others who are around them. “Learning to learn” means getting information seeking and learning skills, skills for analyzing your own experiences and identifying individual educational goals, and the ability to apply the above in different life situations. 

The main method of non-formal education is research. A person who learns conducts a diverse knowledge of the surrounding world, which takes place at different levels: cognitive, practical, and sensual.