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YES Forum 2019 Annual Event: PROMISE Final Conference and General Assembly

08/04 2019

Date
08 to 09 April 2019
Location
Manchester
Organisator
University of Manchester

In 2019, YES Forum’s Annual Event will be organized from 8th April (11:30) to 9th April (16:00) in Manchester (UK), in collaboration with the University of Manchester (offical invitation to be downloaded here). The Annual Event will include:

YES Forum’s 2019 General Assembly

On 8 April, YES Forum members and partners will review the latest network activities, the progress made towards achieving our Strategy 2020, welcome new member organisations … and last but not least: elect a new Board for the next two years!

PROMISE Final Conference, “Young People and Social Change: Action, Reaction and Inaction”

On both days 8 and 9 April, the University of Manchester, YES Forum and their academic partners will present the results of the H2020 research project PROMISE (www.promise.manchester.ac.uk), which explores how young people in ‘conflict’ with society are nevertheless engaged and present opportunities for positive social change across Europe.

Registration

The draft programme can be downloaded here. To register, please use the Eventbrite tool and follow the green button “Register” by 28th February. Click here to proceed to registration! If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact diana.neugebauer@dont-want-spam.yes-forum.eu.

 

More information on the PROMISE Final Conference:

The H2020 PROMISE research project has been using a variety of social research methods including 22 ethnographic case studies and a quantitative analysis of data from secondary sources such as the European Social Survey to find out about the ways in which young people in ‘conflict’ with society nevertheless engage with society and get involved. The 22 ethnographic case studies carried out in 10 partner countries focus on a diverse range of youth that experience marginalisation and stigmatisation and therefore are in some way in conflict with society. These include gender activists in Portugal, young ex-offenders in Estonia and radical left youth in Germany.

At the Final Conference, PROMISE’s results will be presented and you will have the opportunity to get in contact with researchers, young people and stakeholders in the fields of youth involvement from around Europe. Find out what the research results show us on how youth in conflict do engage with society and how their involvement can be promoted - and join us in the discussion!