The first deliverable of the project is the Connected Learning Comparative Index.
Partner countries conducted extensive research and surveys to determine the existing state of affairs of non-formal learning, focusing on determining the gaps in today’s youth work, how youth work is perceived in each partner-state, and the level of access that each country’s youth has to learning.
Additionally, the research and surveys sought for best practices in each partner-country in an effort to determine an efficient and effective course for the project.
Ultimately, the results from each country were compiled in the Comparative Index, a comprehensive document which outlines the needs of all the partner countries and charts a clear path for the consortium to follow.
Click the link below to read the Connected Learning Comparative Index in English. Stay tuned for the Greek, Bulgarian, Swedish, Italian and German translations!
These were the questionnaires that were distributed to providers and young people.