Welcome to the official TYC Blog
This is a place where our organisation as well as participants of TYCs youth exchanges and training courses write! It’s a platform where young people can share experiences and where we offer some debt in the form of articles about, for instance, non-formal learning.
The Youth Company offers a platform for young people, in which the development and discovery of talents, skills and competence is crucial. The Youth Company stimulates young people to take the lead in their own learning. Our methods are based on non-formal education and learning will take place in the Netherlands or in international peer groups. If you’re interested to know more about our organisation, you can read more at www.theyouthcompany.nl!
So.. feel free to browse around. Topics you can read about include Human Rights, Citizenship & Democracy, Big Questions of Life & Non formal education. Choose one of the themes in the navigation menu or just read some of our recent posts below.
Click the link below to get an insight of our evaluation of all Stay Human 2 Projects and the preparation of Stay Human 3. -> Stay Human 2 Evaluation Meeting Lithuania 2017 “Remember
Interview with: Aart, 24 years old, from the Netherlands, student social work at Saxion Enschede During the Stay Human programme about Migrant Rights I was a leader for the first time. It was very tough,
Interview with: Jasper, 23 years old, from the Netherlands, student social work at Saxion Enschede The first time I joined a Stay Human I was a participant and in the second programme "Lead The Change"
Interview with: Manon, 23 years old, from the Netherlands, student social work at Saxion Enschede I had a gap of free time from my school and I asked myself “What can I do to improve
Interview with: Benjamin, 19 years old, Aventus Apeldoorn When ClapLab 2 started, at that time I started to get support from my personal helper (Jeroen) and he was asked to come as a leader to
Interview with: Jorien, 20 years old, from the Netherlands, student social work at Saxion Enschede I heard about Stay Human and its LGBT+ Rights programme and I thought it was super cool. I went to