It’s the aim of the project „Learning Locally“, to represent the educational landscape of the Rems-Murr-Kreis in a transparent way, to clarify responsibilities, to gather offers and educational institutions, and to coordinate, to network and to facilitate access. IRIS e.V., it covers two areas of the educational landscape in the Rems-Murr-Kreis. These firstly are the non-formal and informal education programs in the specific structure of the associational youth work and on the other hand the structures and deals of continuing …
The project „Learning Locally“ is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research. More details on http://www.lernen-vor-ort.info.
In 2006, Andreas Walther and Axel Pohl were commissioned to write an expertise on the subject „Learning from Europe – European approaches to support disadvantaged youth“ by the Federal Institute for Vocational Training. The expertise covers the following themes: • „Learning from Europe“: international comparison as a way to develop support measures • „Disadvantaged youth“: European approaches to foster social integration of young people • Overview of European approaches to support disadvantaged youth • European approaches compared: a grid • …
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Expertise on Informal Learning in Europe Learning processes in youth work in Europe. Expertise in preparation of the National Report on Education
YOYO – Youth Policy and Participation „Youth Policies and Participation“ (YOYO) is an EGRIS (European Group for Integrated Social Research) project, coordinated by IRIS e.V. (Institut für regionale Innovation und Sozialforschung) Tübingen and funded the European Commision’s 5. Framework Programme for Research.
In 2001, the European Commission charged a cosortium of 18 youth research institutions with the preparation of a comprehensive report on the situation of young people in the European Union. With the Milan-based institute IARD in the lead, the consortium produced a report with three special focuses: the social situation of youths in the EU, youth policies in Europe and the training of youth workers. IRIS was responsable for the third part of the study – an overview of training …
Evaluation of JUST – „Youth in the Neighbourhood“ Project description IRIS evaluated this project from 1994-1998. Project lead: Beauftragter für ausländische Einwohner der Stadt Mannheim Herr Helmut Schmitt Rathaus, E5 68159 Mannheim Some results were published as: Pohl, Axel: Jungenspezifische Suchtprävention. In: Deutsche Hauptstelle gegen die Suchtgefahren (Hrsg.): Suchtmittelkonsumierende Jugendliche in Einrichtungen der stationären Jugendhilfe. Manual für die Jugendhilfe. Hamm: DHS, 2002, S. 99-112. The entire handbook can be downloaded as PDF-Data Download. Contact at IRIS: Axel Pohl
1997-1998 Contributions to the hearings of the parliamentary commission „Jugend-Arbeit-Zukunft“ (Youth-Work-Future) initiated by the regional parlament of Baden-Württemberg on the topics of open youth work, gender-specific youth work and support measures in transitions to work. 1990-1991 Study „Jugendliche in Tübingen“ (Youth in Tübingen) as a basis for urban planning in the Southern Tübingen, in cooperation with the University of Tübingen