#YouthMigration Hackathon provides the opportunity to share the findings of the Erasmus+ funded Strategic partnership project "Baltic youth research(ers) up-graded: long term impact on youth field“. Also, it presents an example on how to combine evidence-based and participatory policy-making. Conference will set the guidelines for follow-up of the project, contribute to dissemination and visibility of results.
Expected target group:Broad range of people interested in the topic of youth and migration: policy makers, youth workers, youth service providers, young people, representatives of public institutions and business.
Expected outcome:Recommendations how to deal with youth migration in LT, PL, LV, what measures are needed.
Draft agenda: * Presentation of project results from Lithuania, Poland and Latvia* Reactions + panel discussions* Lunch * International Hackathon* Pitch* National Hackathon* Wrap-up and conclusions.
Logistics:* Travel from Poland and Latvia will be organised by partners.
Organized by Institute for Policy Research and Analysis (Lithuania), funded by the ERASMUS+ programme. Venue: Europos namai (European Commission representation in Lithuania), Vilnius
Conditions:There is no participation fee, boarding and lodging will be provided for participants from Poland (September 13-14, 2018 in the training center Daugirdiškės).
* What is Hackaton:
- https://hackathon.guide/ Hacking is creative problem solving. (It does not have to involve technology.)- A hackathon is any event of any duration where people come together to solve problems- Marius Ulozas: Hackathon is an simple and efficient way to involve and engage various people into discussion / solution of public issues / problems.