Perspectives on Youth
Perspectives on youth is a new annual series on youth policy, research and practice supported by the EU-CoE Youth Partnership. The editors seek inspiring articles from researchers, practitioners and policymakers that are aimed at moving forward debates on youth and that have a European/ international relevance. This can include research articles, well-founded essays, or opinion pieces.
The series aims to function as an information, discussion, reflection and dialogue forum on European developments in the field of youth policy, youth research and youth work. The conceptual strategy should be critical and anticipative, reflecting European youth policies and their relevance for and impact on young people, also seeking for trends in the youth field that need innovative and forward-looking answers and strategies. All contributions should endeavour to address questions of transnationality and intercultural positions, rather than be restricted to the context of one particular country – though sometimes individual country perspectives, from different countries, might be invited but ‘covered’ by some short transnational editorial commentary. The series has the aim to reach out to a broader readership at all levels (policymakers, youth workers, practitioners, students and researchers).