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SALTO Inclusion Activities in 2016


 

Making Inclusion Possible in 2016

SALTO Inclusion and Diversity, together with the Commission, launched the Inclusion & Diversity Strategy for the youth chapter of Erasmus+ in May 2015. To make sure the actions contained in the strategy happen in 2016, SALTO Inclusion will:

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Young people in a NEET situation

SALTO Inclusion adopts a longer-term strategic approach to address European burning issues in the field of inclusion. For the period 2014-2016 we focus on young people in a NEET situation (young people Not in Education, Employment or Training).

In 2016, we propose a number of relevant activities, partnerships, publications, tools... for youth workers and other stakeholders:

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Connecting to the wider world

  • Inclusion in Eastern Partnership countries & Russia: this long term cooperation aims at designing the support mechanisms and non-formal training activities in the framework of Erasmus+ Youth in Action, based on expertise of relevant stakeholders and a needs analysis of practitioners in the field of youth. This should in the future contribute to a systemic impact on youth workers education to further the Inclusion of young people with fewer opportunities of the Eastern Europe and Caucasus Region in society.
    Results of the study will be available by September 2016. Cooperation with Austrian, Polish, Finish NA & SALTO EECA
  • The European Youth Event (20 - 21 May 2016, Strasbourg)

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Inclusion tools & Publications

Trainers & TOY

  • Further developments of TOYdatabase
  • Participation in relevant trainer meetings to promote and collect feedback on TOY and make the tool (even) more user-friendly and effective.

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  • Inclusion of ALLInclusion of ALL
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