A support service delivering socio-educational support in Belgium to any young person aged 13-25 who is in difficulty, using international mobility as an educational tool and a vehicle for individual and collective mobilisation.
Dynamo International – Street Workers Network brings together street social workers who work on the streets with varied communities who work and/or live on the streets (children, young people and adults). The network seeks to improve the effectiveness and quality of practices through training, exchanges, and the creation of educational resources, working with this large number of grassroots stakeholders. It also wants to create an international movement in order to develop structural and lasting responses to the issues experienced by street communities around the world. As a real support network, this initiative enables grassroots stakeholders to speak out, and the political authorities and other organisations involved in combating exclusion and inequality to be lobbied.
Support for international solidarity and cooperation projects focusing on outreach work to help children and young people in difficulty, notably those in street situations, and bolstering street social work at the local and regional levels.