Training Course

Digital Youth Work for Social Inclusion

Dates: 17.09.2024 – 24.09.2024

Place: Budapest, Hungary

Description: This training course will focus on enhancing the digital competences of youth workers to bridge the digital divide and promote social inclusion among disadvantaged young people. Participants will gain practical skills in ICT to effectively plan, design, and evaluate digital youth work initiatives. The course aims to empower youth workers with the knowledge to provide ICT skills to young people with lower digital access and abilities, ultimately helping them seize education and employment opportunities.


  1. Addressing Social Inclusion and Digital Divide: Equip youth workers with the skills to enhance digital literacy and access for disadvantaged young people, fostering greater social inclusion.
  2. High-Quality Digital Youth Work: Train youth workers to develop, implement, and assess digital youth work strategies that reduce the digital divide.
  3. Enhancing Employment Opportunities: Provide youth workers with tools to help young people use digital skills to improve their employability and access to opportunities.


  1. Workshops on Digital Tools: Interactive sessions on various digital tools and platforms that can be used in youth work.
  2. Case Studies and Best Practices: Analysis of successful digital inclusion projects.
  3. Project Design and Management: Practical exercises in designing and managing digital youth work projects.
  4. Peer Learning and Networking: Opportunities for participants to share experiences and strategies.


Participating countries: Germany, Denmark, Hungary, Italy, Romania.

Working language: English

Costs: Travel expenses from Germany to Hungary and return will be reimbursed up to max. 275 EUR.

Contribution: To participate in this project, participants should share the values and support the mission of Copernicus Berlin. With the contributions of the selected participants Copernicus Berlin can create new opportunities. In the application form there is the possibility to choose the amount of the contribution. With a high contribution, participants can present their strong support and might be selected quickly. Contributions of 200 EUR or more are eligible for a donation certificate from Copernicus Berlin. For information on how to receive a donation certificate or other benefits, please click here:

Accommodation: The accomodation costs are covered. During the days of the training course participants will be accommodated in Nova Apartments.

Meal: Participants will receive a daily allowance to cook together in apartments, fostering intercultural exchange through the joy of food and shared culinary adventures.​

Travel: You can also stay 2 days longer or arrive 2 days earlier and explore the area at your own expense.

Registration is open until 20th of July.

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