29 digital-youth.eu The set of knowledge, skills, and attitudes to work in teams, motivate and support colleagues and the systemic cooperation and responsibility in an international context. 5. Communicating meaningfully with others The set of knowledge, skills, and attitudes to build positive relationships with others, interact and communicate effectively with young people and partners internationally. Communication also involves managing emotions, inspiration, intuition, empathy, and personalities. 6. Displaying intercultural competence The set of knowledge, skills, and attitudes to establish successful communication and collaboration among people from diverse cultural backgrounds. This involves being aware of the way ‘culture’ and the international dimensions affect personal identity and understanding ambiguity, human rights, self-confidence, and acceptance versus own limits. 7. Networking and advocating The set of knowledge, skills, and attitudes to develop and manage partnerships, network with others promoting the value of youth work. This involves being aware of the (political) values and beliefs in youth work and helping young people develop ‘political thought.’ 8. Developing evaluative practices to assess and implement appropriate change The set of knowledge, skills, and attitudes to promote policy and practice change; helping and empowering young people, the environment and society to act and change for the better. Additional resources • Find the specific knowledge, skills and attitudes for each of the eight competences in this document.