Erasmus+ Youth & Policy Makers

VIDEO SEMINAR ETHICS WORKS! 

Gran Canaria, April 2018

 

 

SOME OF PROJECT’S ACHIEVEMENTS at national and international level

Seminar’s CONTRIBUTION to UN GLOBAL COMPACT 

UN Global Compact – Principle 10:  Anticorruption and Joint Actions
Indicators for Joint Actions between INTERCULTURAL YOUTH WORKERS & POLICY MAKERS
Indicadores para acciones conjuntas entre mediaddores interculturales y personas responsables de política juvenil

Seminar’s survey  INTERCULTURAL YOUTH WORKERS PERCEPTION  OF CORRUPTION AND UN-ETHICAL PRACTICES 

Percepción de la corrupción y prácticas no éticas dentro de nuestra demoHow does it affect democratic, personal and community life? And what potential solutions could we practice in our daily life?
Percepción de los jóvenes del seminario sobre la corrupción y prácticas no éticas; cómo impacta en su vida democrática, laboral y comunitaria. Y, qué iniciativas proponen para regenerar la vida democratica.

 

Seminar’s contribution IBE FREE DIGITAL SAY NO tool-kit

For fostering good ethical practices at political, social and working life. We are grateful to the Institute of Business Ethics, IBE for this toolkit.

The power of ethics, Powerpoint presentation by Dan Johnson

Young people and politicians from Spain and the Netherlands organized a Seminar about “Ethical Practices in Intercultural Youth Work”, sponsored by the KA3 Structured Dialogue of the Erasmus+ programme. Four partners, The Institute of Cultural Affairs, Madrid; Autismo Sevilla and AEGEE, from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain and Re-Starter from the Netherlands.

A space between young people with similar concerns but with different perspectives, which could deepen -among other things- the concept of corruption and ethics. Emphasizing the need for new ideas to achieve greater political involvement, study the complicated line between the ethical and legal and the importance of a personal analysis as a start to change.

Finally, we explored and worked out current possibilities to give continuity to the work that the group has started and ideas on how to involve more young people working and boosting ethical practices within their own context. Interesting ideas emerged, such as:

  • That each partner could deliver workshops on the key concepts and practical actions towards fostering ethical practices learned in the Seminar within their youth groups and sharing them with their local authorities
  • That each participant, as an ethical ambassador, will be involved in spreading the messages learned in the Seminar in their environment (family, work, and friendships)
  • Launch a youth campaign every month leading up to December 9th, known as the International Anti-Corruption Day as set by the United Nations.
  • The creation of a political manifesto based on the survey that is running by the Ethics Works partnership.
  • Design resources and gather key materials for colleges and VET (vocational training institutes), political parties.

We want to highlight the idea, which was overwhelmingly supported by all participants: the creation of a Youth Ethical Hub. So, one day after the seminar this Youth Ethical Hub is working already at:

You can follow all the events through the Facebook Page , Twitter , or request access to the Youth Ethical HUB

Other Sites:

https://www.saynotoolkit.net/use-the-toolkit-free/
https://www.ibe.org.uk/
https://www.facebook.com/institutoasuntosculturales/
Project Coordinator:  Catalina Quiroz Niño /   catalina.iace@gmail.com

Project Youth Coordinator: Abel Ferrero Tazza / abel.iace@gmail.com 

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