As the second event in our Transatlantic Exchange of Civic Educators kick-off series, we will hear from three youth research and policy experts about the demographic, social and political situation of young people in Germany and the United States. In seeking to better understand the answer to the question "who are young people in Germany and the US today?" from a youth research perspective, we gain insight into the needs, passions, and motivations of young people. This event is intended primarily for professionals in the field of youth and young adult civic learning and youth work, but is open to all those interested in learning more.
We are lucky to have three experts join us:
Kelly Beadle, Project Lead, Center for Information & Research on Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE)
Dr. Anne Berngruber, Research Associate, Division 'Life situations and Lifestyles of Young People' at the German Youth Institute (DJI)
Abby Kiesa, Deputy Director, Center for Information & Research on Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE)
After the main event, we will hold an informal question and answer session to answer any questions about the TECE Fellowship application process. More information on the project and how to apply to participate can be found here: https://tece-usde.org/
The event will take place on May 3, 2021 um 6:00pm (CEST) / noon (ET).
Please use this link to register: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYucOGgrDkiGNYdpsdlkINUTMudXX3FZ7Oi
The event will take place in English.
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- This event will take place online. A link to participate will be sent after registering at: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYucOGgrDkiGNYdpsdlkINUTMudXX3FZ7Oi
- The participation is free of charge