Kurzfristig (< 1 Jahr)
Mikro (Individuum)
Sozial
2017

learning effects in the communities

soziale Inklusion

In addition to the impact on organisations, complementary questions explore effects of the project on local communities. 87% (‘strongly agree’ or ‘agree’) of the responding project leaders stated that the project has created synergies between different stakeholders in the local community. 84% (‘strongly agree’ or ‘agree’) indicated that the local community became more aware of the concerns and interests of young people. Moreover, it is reported by 78% (‘strongly agree’ or ‘agree’) of respondents that the local community became more committed to the inclusion of young people with fewer opportunities. Furthermore, 85% (‘strongly agree’ or ‘agree’) of respondents assess that the local community was actively involved in the project and 95% (‘strongly agree’ or ‘agree’) express that the project was positively perceived by the local community. Finally, 92% (‘strongly agree’ or ‘agree’) of the responding project leaders positively indicate that the local community has shown interest in similar projects in the future and 89% (‘strongly agree’ or ‘agree’) of these respondents judge that the local community has expressed readiness to support similar activities in the future.

Beschreibung der Aktivität

Partizipationsmaßnahmen
Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme
YiA projects are characterised by a broad variety of learning situations, methods and activities applied in each project; Available methods participants and project leaders could choose from are outdoor and sports activities or experimental learning methods.
europaweit
Gemeinschaft/ Gemeinden/ Kommunen
freiwillig engagierte Jugendliche

Evaluierung der Aktivität

In principle, the research on the programme and its activities envisages a combination of quantitative and qualitative social research methods and instruments, in particular surveys with project participants, project leaders and staff of beneficiary organisations as well as qualitative interviews and focus groups with different actors involved in Erasmus+/Youth in Action (E+/YiA). Surveys and interviews can also involve young people, youth leaders and youth workers not participating in the programme and thus acting as control groups. This research project aims to explore a broad scope of aspects of E+/YiA in order to contribute to practice development, to improving the implementation of E+/YiA and to the development of the next programme generation. It is a further development of the Research-based Analysis and Monitoring of Youth in Action, the main activity of the RAY Network between 2009 and 2013.
The local community was actively involved in the project.; The project was positively perceived by the local community.; The local community has become more aware of the concerns and interests of young people.; The intercultural dimension was appreciated by the local community.; The local community has become more committed to the inclusion of young people with fewer opportunities.; The European dimension was received with interest by the local community.; The local community has shown interest in similar projects in the future.; The local community has expressed readiness to support similar activities in the future.; The project has created synergies between different stakeholders in the local community.
between October 2015 and April 2016