Brave New YOU – Reloaded is a project that aims at building capacities and trust among different youth communities – bringing them closer at both local and international level – to co-create together a more inclusive and open-minded Europe.
The project tackles the issues of hate speech and lack of participation of youth communities experiencing discrimination and exclusion. Through a process of capacity building, local and international activities, our youth workers and youth organisations will develop competencies for reaching out to disadvantaged youngsters and communities. The project will empower these young people to become community leaders, to identify and deconstruct hateful narratives, and build more inclusive narratives for their communities.
The project gathers 11 partners from 10 countries around Europe with expertise in working with diverse groups of youngsters from disadvantaged and marginalised areas and providing space for their participation.
Brave New YOU – Reloaded! : Youth Exchange
Brave New YOU – Reloaded will bring communities closer by building trust between different groups of young people as well as capacities to become active agenda-setters and actors for change at both local and European level to co-create more open-minded and inclusive Europe. The project tackles the issues of lack of participation of disadvantaged and less represented groups in communities around Europe. It gathers 11 partners from 10 countries around Europe working with diverse groups of young people in disadvantaged and deprived areas on the local level or representing them and providing space for their participation on the international level. A crucial part of the BNY Reloaded Project was the Youth Exchange (YE) Activity which took place from 26th of November to 11th of December 2020.
My Inclusive Europe International CAMPAIGN
BRAVE NEW YOU, BREAK THE HATE!
The online campaign #MyInclusiveEurope gets officially started: follow our youngsters’ actions around Europe.
We may not trust people anymore, but we trust everything that is written online. This process often leads to xenophobia, nationalism, hate speech, homophobia, and misogyny, in place of equity and solidarity.
From this awareness, we have launched the international online campaign #MyInclusiveEurope: 50 young people from 10 countries (Belgium, Estonia, Germany, Greece, Italy, Macedonia, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia and Sweden) are called to discuss and share their experiences on hate speech to build all together alternative narratives. Our goal is to empower these young people to become community leaders, to identify and deconstruct hateful narratives, and create more inclusive narratives for their communities. With #MyInclusiveEurope, we’ll spread around Europe our actions, experiences and results, and share a set of inspiring stories and practices to motivate other youngsters and disadvantaged communities.
Follow the Campaign activities