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Veranstaltungen von Deepika Joon


Youth participation in policy-making towards building regenerative futures (Projekt)

Dozent/in: Deepika Joon

wöchentlich | Montag | 16:15 - 17:45 | 17.10.2022 - 12.12.2022 | C 40.501 | C 40.501
Einzeltermin | Mo, 21.11.2022, 14:15 - Mo, 21.11.2022, 17:45 | C 40.154 | Replacement for Oct 24th
Einzeltermin | Mo, 19.12.2022, 14:15 - Mo, 19.12.2022, 17:45 | C 40.530 Multifunktionsraum
wöchentlich | Montag | 16:15 - 17:45 | 26.12.2022 - 03.02.2023 | C 40.501 | C 40.501
Einzeltermin | Mo, 06.02.2023, 16:15 - Mo, 06.02.2023, 17:45 | C 40.501

Inhalt: The present population of young people in the age group of 10 to 24 years stands at 1.8 billion (UNFPA 2014), the largest the humanity has ever witnessed. The youth population is ever increasing and hence youth voices in any peace and sustainable development processes cannot be left to the sidelines but need to be brought to the center. in the last decade, many youth-led initiatives have emerged such as Fridays for Future which have highlighted the role of youth in policy development for sustainable development. But what is meant by youth participation in policy processes and how have the international and national policies been affected by youth engagement and participation. This seminar is aimed to foster the understanding on the following key topics: Youth Participation, Youth Engagement, Policy Development, Regenerative Futures and use of Value Creation Framework in understanding youth participation in sustainable development processes. The seminar is offered by Deepika Joon who works on understanding youth participation in policy processes on sustainable development. Please read the below mentioned information carefully: In the first three sessions of the seminar ie 17 October, 31October and 7 November, the teacher Frau Joon will join online on Zoom. Students will participate in the session face-to-face in the assigned room. There will be no session on 24 October and this session will be compensated through an additional session in the week of 14 November. Please be prepared to meet face-to-face two times in the week of 14 November. The topics of each week and methods used are both listed below - please scroll through, however they may be subject to change: 17 October: Introduction to overall theme of Seminar and underlying principles (research-based learning), Getting to know each other, Setting ground rules for participation in seminar, Introduction to key topics of the seminar (Part 1)- What is meant by Youth, Young Persons, Adolescents, Global South and North perspectives, connection to Opening Week 24 October NO SESSION (this week’s session will be organized later)- Individual Work-Recent youth led initiatives on sustainable development, Getting to know each other 7 November Introduction to key topic of seminar (Part 2)-Youth participation and Youth Engagement, Discussion on recent youth led initiatives on sustainable development, Brainstorming on initial ideas on research topics. 14 November: Introduction to key topic of seminar (Part 3)- Sustainable Development Goals, understanding youth participation through Youth Priority Action Area and Global Education First Initiative, kick start of formation of research group 21 November: From Sustainable Development Goal to Regenerative Futures, Finalization of research groups, Cooperation in Project Seminar ADDITIONAL SESSION ON 21 NOVEMBER: External Session on “Understanding Policy”, Finalization of research question 28 November International instruments on youth participation (work of United Nations), Youth Policy in Germany, youth led initiatives in Germany at local and regional level 5 December: Introduction to Value Creation Framework as key methodological question, finalization of cases, presentation of rationale, research question, timeline, and role of team members 12 December: Sample research methodology on use of Value Creation Framework in understanding youth participation in cases identified by students, Updates from the students on research progress and connection to Opening week, lectures and feedback from students and teacher 19 December: Group presentation on research instrument using Value Creation Framework 9, 16 January: Self organized group work by students & Data collection 23 January: Presentation of research progress 30 January: Development of Policy Brief (External session) Preparation for Conference week