We assess the impact of public policies—policies pertaining to young people and not only specific youth policies—on the rights of all young people.
We built an open-source learning environment for the upcoming M.A. on European Youth Studies – a community of discourse, inquiry and practice.
We facilitated the production of and co-authored the introductory chapter for an excellent academic reader on youth studies – with a commons license.
We conduct autonomous, impartial and non-partisan evaluations of projects, programmes and policies in the youth field for organisations and institutions.
We supported the research team, led by the University of Innsbruck, of a large-scale project on learning to learn, a key competence for lifelong learning.
We use, debate, defend, question and research non-formal education – despite its fuzzy definition one of the main pillars of the youth field.