SALTO Inclusion & Diversity Modules 2005

The SALTO Inclusion RC and SALTO Diversity RC organised a series of four day introductory courses on inclusion and diversity. Download the educational publication based on these training modules - and train yourself!

Dates and Venues

The same SALTO Introductory Modules on Inclusion & Diversity ('ID Modules') was run 4 times in 2005.

  • from 16 till 21 April 2005 in Blankenberge, Belgium
  • from 11 till 16 May 2005 in Mellieha Bay, Malta 
  • from 7 till 12 June 2005 in Sollefteå, Sweden.  
  • from 4th till 9th October 2005 in Velehrad, Czech Republic. 

Aim of the SALTO ID modules

  • To lay the foundations of 'inclusion and diversity work' (being really open and accessible for a variety of target groups in a non-discriminatory way, or taking positive action to include underrepresented groups) for those involved in international youth work. 
  • It is hoped that the participants in these introductory modules would then progress to the 'Advanced' courses that will be themed around Inclusion and Cultural Diversity issues.


One of the direct outcomes from the ID training moudles was the ID Booklet full of IDeas for Inclusion & Diversity (right click the link and save it to your computer)

Some Statistics

Based on the evaluation results of all four ID modules, the main learning from the SALTO ID modules was about the European Youth Programme, awareness of Identity and Diversity issues and tools for working on Inclusion and Diversity:

  • 89% of participants judged their knowledge of the YOUTH programme after the course positively (4-5-6 out of 6), compared to 59% before.
  • 96% claimed to have a good awareness about Inclusion and Diversity issues (4-5-6 out of 6), compared to 70% before the course
  • 86% of participants said to have good knowledge about tools and methods for inclusion and diversity (4-5-6 out of 6), compared to 44% before the course.
  • The motivation and commitment to set up projects was high, both before and after the courses. 84% of participants felt positive potential to set up an international project after their course.


There were 25 places on each course available.




  • The ID Trainers TeamPrep meeting SwedenThe ID Trainers Team
    Prep meeting Sweden
  • Roland Urban & Sonia BredaRoland Urban & Sonia Breda
  • Gerald Dowden & Evelina TauntyeGerald Dowden & Evelina Tauntye
  • ID Modules ProgrammeID Modules Programme
  • Improvement of participant's knowledge of the YOUTH programmeImprovement of participant's knowledge of the YOUTH programme
  • Improvement of awareness of Inclusion/Diversity issuesImprovement of awareness of Inclusion/Diversity issues
  • Improvement of knowledge about tools and methodsImprovement of knowledge about tools and methods


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