Many of us spend part of every day online – using social media, messaging friends, watching TV or looking up information for school or work. But what happens if you become a target of online abuse?
Being lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual or intersex (LGBTI) is still difficult in many countries and societies. Find out where to turn for help.
The Spanish Youth Council has traveled the Spanish territory on a tour presenting the results of the second phase of the research project "Youth necessary".
There are frequent reports in the media of young people from all over the world being radicalised. Find out how the EU is trying to stop this.
Do you follow the premise of do to others as you would have them do to you?
On 20th June, World Refugee Day was celebrated with several raise-awareness activities.
Behavioral problems in children and teens are problems that affect to the social, emotional and cognitive development of the child. These problems also affect families to the relationship established between the children and his parents, affecting performance social, family and academic learning.
The inclusion of young people is not only related to their lives as individuals, It is not only a problem of the youth, it is a necessity for the whole society.
Restorative justice: repairing damages caused by young offenders can avoid fatal consequencies.
When speaking about sexual identity and sexual orientation, we tend to speak, in a limited way of LGBTI colectives (Lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transsexuals and intersexuals).
Our look is critical. Toys and advertising show us the subtle manipulation of society, in messages and games. It is necessary to identify the differences between transmitted to children and girls.
Two young high school students from Finland have recently created Undivided Europe, a non-profit website to promote the history and cooperation around the entire continent.
The library is an important environment for all people, gives us access to culture training and enjoyment. This is also important for people with intellectual disabilities.
The intervention with adolescents at risk of addiction has the same features that the labor with the rest of the youth population, but the skills to work in this sector must be much more developed.
The data are measured with the exclusion indicator AROPE and agencies involved in data collection are in charge of statistics in the EU (Eurostat) and in each State (INE in Spain).
Intergenerational programmes break prejudices Youngsters benefit from the aged people’s experience .Elderly people contacting youngsters get a better understanding about what is going on in society right now. A world and a time that sometimes they don’t feel as theirs anymore.
The word self-management stands for the management system in which people have an active role in making decisions. This meaning can be projected towards people with intellectual disabilities.
Although our society suffer multiple changes, the persons have basic needs that we must meet in order to feel complete and among them is social inclusion.
Many times we see people living on the street and we wonder how it was possible to get there. This article will answer some of these questions.
Self-esteem is the ability of each person to face the difficult situations that we face from the knowledge of self and the confidence we have in ourselves.
Having a job: the key to get equal
This article is aiming to create a general frame on youth and social inclusion.
To get a real process of Social Inclusion in the field of immigration, it is necessary to establish goals, the integration of the educational equity and Intercultural pedagogy at the school.
In Spain there is a National Drug Plan, It is a government initiative established in 1985.