Between 29 November - 2 December we met in Berlin, Germany with participants from different activities of the EYF workplan on #PeerEducation. During the meeting, we had two main goals - to finish the Guidelines on Peer Education and to discuss the next steps, such as how to disseminate and promote the guidelines. 

During the meeting, we had two main goals - to finish the Guidelines on Peer Education and to discuss the next steps, such as how to disseminate and promote the guidelines. 

These guidelines were drafted during the Kick-off Meetings and its follow up, were revised and enriched during the Summer School by participants. We were able to analyse all the learnings and needs based on the experience of everyone who came to the Editorial meeting but also based on discussions with representatives of organisations who organised follow up activities. 

Thanks to the process of creating the guidelines, which was composed of multiple steps, we had enough time and opportunities to reflect on the guidelines, to try understand what works and what does not and we also had enough time to think about different target groups for the guidelines which we took into consideration when reviewing them. 

We are currently working on designing the guidelines and we cannot wait for them to be published! We hope that school students will find them useful and we are looking forward to seeing how we can make use of them internally, for example how our Pool of Trainers can both, use it and promote it in their work. 

We are looking forward to sharing the final guidelines with you and once again, we would like to thank the European Youth Foundation for supporting us!