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Mobility projects in the field of Youth


Our projects cover the three main areas: mobility of youth, mobility of youth-workers and networking or contact seminars.

Youth exchanges

Youth exchanges allow groups of young people from different countries to meet, live together and work on shared projects for short periods.

Youth exchanges take place outside the school environment. On a youth exchange, you can expect to participate in activities such as workshops, exercises, debates, role-plays, outdoor activities and more.

Participants' learning experiences are recognised through a Youthpass.

Youth exchanges last between 5 and 21 days. This excludes travelling time.

Youth exchanges are open to people between the ages of 13 and 30. To be a group leader in a youth exchange, you must be at least 18 years-old.

Youth exchanges are managed by youth organisations, informal groups of young people or other organisations.

Training for youth workers

This activity supports the professional development of youth workers, through the implementation of activities  such as transnational/international seminars, training courses, contact-making events, study visits, etc. or job shadowing/observation periods abroad in an organisation active in the youth field. All these activities are arranged by the organisations participating in the project. The participation of youth workers in such activities contributes to capacity building of their organisation and should have a clear impact on youth workers' daily work with young people. The learning outcomes should be further disseminated in the youth field.


The contact making seminars within Erasmus+  is for youth organization from European countries which would like to make contacts with partner from others countries, to prepare interesting project for young under 18 ,to exchange field experiences and new idea.


  • To find partners and develop a new International Youth Projects

  • To gain an in-depth understanding of Youth Projects and how to apply for grants from Erasmus+programme

  • To develop a project plan and identify the competences needed to implement an international project

  • To reflect on the added value and impact of international projects, particularly Youth Projects, for local communities.

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