Backslash presents the CONFIDENT project in Spain

Backslash organised a face-to-face event with youth professionals and young people where social networks and mental health and their impact and importance for young people were discussed through different sessions throughout the morning.

We presented the results of the European project: CONFIDENT, involving the participants by including dynamics and tools typical of non-formal education.

Our aim was to show a reality and a different and innovative methodology that allows us to mitigate the negative effects of social networks on young people, but without criminalising them and also being aware that they are a very powerful tool for working with young people if they are put to good use.

In the first part of the session, after presenting the results of the project and the study that we have generated, we were accompanied by the participants of the Confident project, who tested the functioning of the methodology generated in the project in Macedonia.

In the second part we had the presence of 3 invited experts and we generated small discussion groups, to listen to the participants and draw reflections on the theme of the event.

Bartolomé Nofuentes, expert in European funds and specialist in advising local and public administrations and intermediate governments on how to obtain European grants and projects to improve the services they offer, was present at the opening and closing of the event.

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European Youth Foundation of the Council of Europe

Co-funded by the European Union

Creative Europe Programme of the European Union

Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union

Europe for Citizens Programme of the European Union

Friedrich Neumann Foundation

SmartCity.Education Initiative

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