Interim Evaluation of the "Youth in Action" programme in Estonia 2007-2009
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Youth in Action is an EU programme, which aims to promote active citizenship, solidarity and tolerance among young Europeans. After three years (2007-2009) of action it is time for interim evaluation of the programme. In Estonia, the programme assessment was carried out by the researchers of the Institute of Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Tartu. The assessment included a secondary analysis of materials relating to the programme, questionnaire-based Internet surveys, interviews with the participants in the programme, and discussions with co-workers of the National Agency for the Youth In Action programme.
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