These resources were devised as a guide for youth workers and volunteers to promote intercultural youth work. They can be used by youth services, clubs or projects as inspiration to reach out to young people in the local community from minority ethnic backgrounds and ensure those young people feel welcome to return as regular participants.
The resources are laid out as ‘12 Steps to Good Practice in Intercultural Youth Work’. Each step covers a different aspect of youth work from the practicalities of creating an inclusive environment in your organisation (e.g. Step 2 – Space & Environment) to effectively monitoring the impact of your work (e.g. Step 11 – Monitoring and Evaluation). Each step describes what would be involved in looking at your work through an intercultural lens, together with good practice examples from other youth work organisations. It also directs to additional resources and training opportunities, and there is a list of indicators to measure how you are doing, and how you can go further.