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Resource Centres

Resource Centres

  • Do it with Eastern Europe & Caucasus!

    SALTO EECA supports cooperation between Programme and Eastern Partnership countries and Russian Federation within Erasmus+ Youth.

    Do it with Eastern Europe & Caucasus!
  • SALTO-YOUTH enhances EuroMed Youth cooperation

    Bringing both sides of the Mediterranean closer: the challenge of the EuroMed cooperation!

    SALTO-YOUTH enhances EuroMed Youth cooperation
  • SALTO, Inclusion & Diversity

    Are you looking for inclusion & diversity training, publications or resources for international youth work with young people with fewer opportunities? The SALTO-YOUTH Inclusion & Diversity Resource Centre does just that. Read more...

    SALTO, Inclusion & Diversity
  • About SALTO Participation & Information

    SALTO-YOUTH Participation & Information Resource Centre (SALTO PI) works on behalf of the European Commission, Directorate-General for Education, Youth, Sports and Culture. 

    It is supporting the European Commission, the network of National Agencies of Erasmus+:Youth in Action in 33 programme countries, and other partners involved in fostering participation of young people in democratic processes. It acts as an evidence-based knowledge hub and impartial broker based on its expertise and experience with programme management to contribute to the links and synergies between European Union youth policy and programmes. 

    About SALTO Participation & Information
  • SALTO YOUTH supports youth work in and with the countries of the Western Balkans

    The SALTO South East Europe Resource Centre promotes co-operation between Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme Countries and the Programme's neighbouring partner countries in the Western Balkan region.

    SALTO YOUTH supports youth work in and with the countries of the Western Balkans
  • Supporting the European Training and Recognition Strategies of E+ Youth in Action

    With that, the SALTO T&C RC contributes to the development of quality in training, and to the recognition recognition of non-formal learning and youth work.

    Supporting the European Training and Recognition Strategies of E+ Youth in Action
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