- Getting into the arts gives young people confidence a voice and go out and make a difference to our world#I publish by @CITISPYCE at Thu, 10/13/2016 - 16:59
- Why are young people disillusioned with politics and politicians? Join @beatfreeks at @AstonUniversity 20 Sept 2-5pm and have your say. by @CITISPYCE at Tue, 09/13/2016 - 15:12
- @guardian I was so impressed with young people in our EURef events @AstonUniversity who wanted facts from campaigners not a slanging match by @CITISPYCE at Fri, 06/24/2016 - 20:05
- Click on this link to register for event to have your say on findings of @citispyce net Tues 28 June at Aston Uni. https://t.co/iUKxzk0pYR by @CITISPYCE at Fri, 06/24/2016 - 19:52
- Join us and @RSAwm 28 June at 6.00pm Aston Uni to hear the findings of @CITISPYCE project & discuss the implications for cities like B'ham by @CITISPYCE at Fri, 06/24/2016 - 19:49
- What now for young people in UK and the rest of EU? It's up to you to work together for an inclusive and generous-spirited future for all by @CITISPYCE at Fri, 06/24/2016 - 19:46
- Why don't young people trust those in power? Come to: RSA West Midlands: Fatalism, Frustration and Innovation - RSA https://t.co/nTp3znepQH by @CITISPYCE at Fri, 06/24/2016 - 19:34
- How can we make our cities better for young people? Join us @CITISPYCE & RSA 28 June at Aston Uni. from 6.00pm. We want your views. by @CITISPYCE at Mon, 06/06/2016 - 13:17
- Check out "RSA West Midlands: Fatalism, Frustration and Innovation" https://t.co/VaCfy53aF4 @EventbriteUK by @CITISPYCE at Mon, 06/06/2016 - 12:49
- Congrats to @beatfreeks & all involved in DATA Rave on EU Referendum. Best way to make youth views count is use the system.So use your vote! by @CITISPYCE at Mon, 06/06/2016 - 12:37
CITISPYCE is a 3 year collaborative project, funded by the European Commission under the FP7 Research and Development programme for Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH). oordinated by Aston University, it has involved 12 other partners from 10 countries across the EU. These also include stakeholders from civil society, who are experienced in policy-making and delivery, as well as an interdisciplinary team of academic researchers from 7 leading universities.
The project was launched in January 2013 and is set against the back drop of widening social inequalities and renewed concerns about the disproportionate impact of the global economic crisis on young people. Partners have conducted research into the lived experiences of disadvantaged young people in deprived neighbourhoods in ten cities in ten countries of the EU as well as with policy-makers and practitioners from the local to European level. They have uncovered a range of initiatives undertaken by and for young people to help tackle their inequalities and have tested the potential transferability of some of them from one context or country to another. They have also been assessing in what ways such initiatives could be regarded as social innovations. The project came to an end on 31 December 2015 and the final reports and recommendations are available on this site.
If you are short of time and wish to get a quick overview of the project, simply click on the CITISPYCE IN 4 PAGES link below. You can also go straight to the full version of our recommendations by clicking on the link STRATEGIC RECOMMENDATIONS.
The full version of the FINAL REPORT may be accessed by clicking on the Work packages link in the side bar and going to WP8.