Throughout November 2016, focus has been on dissemination, results and intellectual outputs. Between now and Feb 2017, Asfar will lead partners in producing 3 key intellectual Outputs:
- MESAP Manual – a document which will provide guidance and resources to youth organisations wishing to run a similar project
- Digitalising the Youth Sector – a manual with easy to use learning resources on running a youth exchange focusing on Digital skills, Enterprise & Social Action and wider Cultural informal learning
- Enterprising the Youth Sector – a manual on training youth workers to offer Enterprise & Social Action as an alternative to Employment and Education. The manual will include the full learning programme pilot from January 2016.
Furthermore, an annex of Learning materials and Work Plans will also be produced to accompany the publications.
These intellectual outputs will be free to all those working in the sector and will be available both from the MESAP website, partners’ site and open source websites.