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Digital Seminars

In November and December 2020, as well as in February, 2021, NUBF invites you to take part in two digital seminars and one digital guidance meeting. They are created to give you inspiration with regards to inclusive communities and sustainability, and practical information about the Nordic Youth Pool.

You sign up for each of them by following the links in the boxes or in the bottom of each explanation.

You can read more about them below.

Seminar 1: How do you create and work with inclusive communities?

The Norweigan and Danish youth councils, LNU and DUF, will arrange this digital seminar about inclusive communities for young people in the Nordics. At the seminar, you will get information about what an inclusive community is and how you, and your community, can work with inclusivity in your work.

The event offers presentations from Maria Bruselie-Jensen (CeFu) and Deniz Atan (AUMF), who will take us through the concept and challenges connected to it. Afterwards, the organisations Hyperion (NO) and Ventilen (DK) will present concrete examples of how you can work with inclusion in your organisation and communities.

You can write a question to us when applying for a spot. By so doing, we will make sure that as many questions as possible can be answered within the time constraints of the seminar.

When: Thursday the 26th of November 2020, at 17.00-18.30 (Danish time)

Place: Online (information and link will follow after you have applied for the event)

Language: English

Target group: Young people in the Nordics between 15-30 years of age, who are interested in working with inclusive communities. However, everyone are welcome to participate.

There is no requirement to be prepared or be active during the seminar. All questions and comments will be voluntary and in written form.

Application: https://duf.nemtilmeld.dk/379/

We look forward to seeing you!

Seminar 2: The Sustainable Development Goals

The Norweigan and Danish youth councils, LNU and DUF, will arrange this digital seminar about the SDG’s for young people in the Nordics. During the seminar, you will get information about what opportunities there are to include them actively in your youth organization or youth group.

You can write a question to us when applying for a spot. By so doing, we will make sure that as many questions as possible can be answered within the time constraints of the seminar.

When: Tuesday the 8th of December 2020, at 17.00-18.30 (Danish time)

Place:Online (information and link will follow when you have applied for the seminar)

Language: English

Target group: Everyone is welcome to participate. However, the target group are young people between 15—30 years of age, and who wants to work actively with the SDG’s in their youth organizations or communities in the Nordics.

There is no requirement to be prepared or be active during the seminar. All questions and comments will be voluntary and in written form.

Application: https://duf.nemtilmeld.dk/380/

We look forward to seeing you!

Digital guidance meeting: The Nordic Youth Pool

The digital guidance meeting will be held to provide help on how to apply for the Nordic youth pool. The pool is available to provide financial support for the activities young people plan and execute.

The guidance meeting will be of practical character and will discuss pool guidelines, how to apply for it, how to implement certain requirements in the activities and much more.

You can write a pre-prepared question to us when applying for a spot. By so doing, we will make sure that as many questions as possible can be answered within the time constraints of the meeting.

When: Thursday the 4th of February 2021, at 17.00-18.00 (Danish time)

Place:Online (information and link will follow after you have applied for the event)

Language:English

Target group: The target group for this event are representatives from youth organisations or from self-organised youth groups. You have an idea for a Nordic activity, and plan to apply for the Nordic youth pool either at the deadline on the 2nd of March 2021, or on the 16th of August 2021.

You do not have to prepare for the event in any way and there is no requirement to be active during it. All questions and comments you may have will be in written form.

Application: https://duf.nemtilmeld.dk/381/

We look forward to seeing you!

Youth training 2021

You, your youth group or association, are hereby invited to participate in the annual youth training, where you will develop skills that can be used to create sustainable communities across the Nordic countries.

Maybe you already have an idea for an activity, that can be used to promote sustainability? Maybe you only lack a partnering organisation from another country? Or, perhaps you do not have a complete idea, but are excited to participate in the creation of sustainable communities for Nordic youth, across borders? Either way, you are welcome to participate in the youth training!

The youth training will take place over a weekend at the Youth Island, Copenhagen. During the training, you will follow one of two tracks to learn more about how to build sustainable communities in the Nordics. The training will offer lectures, workshops, discussions and much more, to make sure you leave with the best possible opportunities to create fun activities! You can read more about the tracks, and pick which one interests you the most, below.

At the training, you will get help to plan activities, practical help with applying for the pool and meet young people from all the Nordic countries. Some of these new relationships can also become future partners, for activities which you may apply funding for from the pool. Apply to the youth training to attend a great weekend at the Youth Island in Denmark!

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Where and when?

The youth training will take place on Ungdomsøen (the Youth Island) in June, 2021. The Youth Island is an island just off Copenhagen and was previously a military fortress. Today it is an island dedicated to young people!
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Who can participate?

Young people between 16 and 30 years of age from all over the Nordic countries can participate. You can either be part of a self-organised youth group, a youth association, as a single individual or together with a friend. It's great if you have an idea already, but it is not a requirement to attend the training.