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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.

Basics of Cooperation with Neighbouring Partner Countries Prepared especially for new NA officers Download this content Which countries from outside the European

Digital empowerment and capacity development recognision Projects from Armenia, Georgia and Moldova were recognised at SALTO Awards 2021 The SALTO Awards 2021

Talks about the needs of young people during the war crisis in Ukraine Donetsk Youth Debate Centre with support of the European

The Beyond Borders strategic partnership develops in the following areas defined by the project’s objectives: Practical / grass-root level activities, such as

National Agencies/SALTOs Staff Meeting on Cooperation Between Programme and Neighbouring Partner Countries8-9 September 2022, Sarajevo Read the full report of the event

The following areas were identified in a consultation process with international youth work stakeholders from neighbouring partner countries (2021) and further defined