Shaping Digital Inclusion & Safety in a Post Pandemic World
Five non-governmental organisations from Europe researched the implications of the Covid-19 pandemic for young people and youth workers, within the AlwaysON for Youth Erasmus+ project.
Between August 2021 and January 2022, 447 people from across Europe shared their opinions and insights in the research process: 121 respondents took part in interviews and 326 people answered the public survey. To this, a virtual laboratory was organised in March 2022, with the purpose of testing the draft research conclusions.
The final form of the report is now available online and it provides a series of inputs to understand the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic for the youth workers and young people, in relation to digital youth work.
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Perspectives of youth workers and young people regarding digital safety, inclusion, and wellbeing.
Insights you can use in your strategy and practice (e.g., main reasons for being online, changes observed in one’s online activity over the years, familiarity with digital trends and new technologies)
Recommendations for NGOs, decision-makers, companies.
How to apply the findings of the research for Erasmus+ funding.