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Do you think your international youth projects could be more diverse? Or maybe more intercultural? Or inclusive? Or European?

Do you know that the Erasmus+ Youth and the European Solidarity Corps programmes offer opportunities for cooperation with many youth organisations from outside the European Union? And in case you are not based in the EU, there are plenty of opportunities to develop youth work in your country with the support of both European youth programmes!

Discover the opportunities for cooperation and get inspiration for great youth projects with the support of BEYOND BORDERS, a long-term, strategic cooperation of the regional SALTO Resource Centres and Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps National Agencies.

International youth work in the countryside of aspiring Eastern European nations It’s difficult to overestimate the role of education, and non-formal learning

Experiential education as a versatile instrument for an impactful intercultural learning Guyana welcome As our Ukrainian young participants squat around the barrel

Please find below some guidelines for preparing articles to be published on the Beyond Borders portal. General information Beyond Borders – Neighbours

Youth work in the first months of the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine and the role of Erasmus+ programme for Ukrainian youth.

Erasmus Youth accreditations are a tool for organisations that plan to implement learning mobility activities on a regular basis with simplified access

SALTO stands for Support, Advanced Learning and Training Opportunities. It supports Erasmus+ and the European Solidarity Corps programmes. There are 11 SALTO