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StreetSmart powered by MobileSchool.org develops game-changing tools for youth workers to enable them to unlock the potential of young people worldwide. With an integrated on- and offline offer, StreetSmart invests in an opportunity-oriented methodology to maximise personal development of youngsters growing up without a safe and caretaking environment.

This webinar is for all individuals and organisations working with children and youth, and provides an introduction to a new set of educational materials addressing the consequences of Covid-19 on the mental well-being of children and youth. It also gives insight on how to start working with an innovative, digital youth work and case management app. Participants will also get a brief introduction in their integrated outreach methodology, combining digital tools with a transportable blackboard on wheels to bring non-formal education to the street. More information about the organization can be found at http://www.street-smart.be

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