E-magazine ‘Listen Up' helps young people better with what they need

E-magazine ‘Listen Up’ helps young people better with what they need

The e-magazine gives the floor to young people and experience professionals themselves. They talk about collaborating with municipalities, using experience expertise and about youth councils in youth care. They also share their lessons learned and the pitfalls to watch out for as a manager, healthcare professional or policy maker. Each interview is supplemented with a reflection by experience professional Mannus Boote.

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In addition to stories from experience, the magazine is full of useful tools, information sources, expert organizations and best practices. As a reader, you can immediately and concretely get started with this.

Young people are experience experts

“By hearing young people by experience, taking them seriously and using them, you better meet their needs,” says Nikki Udo of the Netherlands Youth Institute. “This improves the quality of help and policy in the organization and it has direct added value for the young people themselves. In this magazine, the reader receives tips from those who know best what works: the young people by experience. That makes this e-magazine a inspiring document and compulsory reading for everyone who works in a municipality or youth care institution.”

The Week of Youth Participation and Experience Expertise in Youth Care took place from 14 to 20 June 2021. Young people, healthcare professionals, administrators and policy makers exchanged a lot of knowledge and experiences during this week. But there are many more people who want to take steps with the use of experience expertise and youth participation. This e-magazine helps with that.

Needs of various organizations

This e-magazine originated from the needs of various organizations. The NJR, the Netherlands Youth Institute, Branches Specialized Care for Youth, Knowledge Center for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, of course together with young people by experience, made this e-magazine.

By: National Education Guide
Image: Dutch Youth Institute

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