Call for Tenders - ID Travels

Jint vzw and SALTO Inclusion & Diversity are looking for a communication expert that would take care of the ‘ID Travels’ project of the Strategic Partnership for Inclusion.

Are you experienced with storytelling? You like to create inspring videos about inclusion? Read the call and send your bid by the 1st of February 2023 to .

About us

JINT vzw is the National Agency for the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps programme of the European Union in Flanders, Belgium.

SALTO Inclusion & Diversity is a resource center, hosted by Jint vzw, that strives to give Young People with Fewer Opportunities (YPWFO) better chances in life and create a more inclusive society that embraces diversity of all kinds. To do so, SALTO I&D contributes and supports the field of youth and youth work, in working with YPWFO and embracing diversity, within the frame of the EU youth programmes. In this respect, SALTO Inclusion & Diversity coordinates the Strategic Partnership for Inclusion.

The Strategic Partnership for Inclusion aims to increase the participation of YPWFO and facilitate access of new organisations in the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps programmes. The objectives of this coordinated approach between 20 national agencies (NAs) are:

  • Contributing to a better knowledge of the field;
  • Fostering the development of transnational partnerships between organisations working with young people with fewer opportunities;
  • Increasing the quantity and quality of inclusion projects;
  • Facilitating best practices sharing;
  • Raising awareness on the needs and potential of different target groups;
  • Promoting Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps as tools for inclusion and capacity building.

About the ID Travels Project

In a nutshell

With the ID Travels project, SPI wants to create short videos, geared towards beneficiary organisations, in which different phases of Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps projects are highlighted to (1) motivate and inspire to commit to inclusion, and (2) to educate and inform about how this is being and could be done.

Aims

Inspire & motivate organisations by:

  • Showing them why they should focus on inclusion and what YPWFO get out of it.
  • Reassuring them that they can develop inclusive Erasmus+ or European Solidarity Corps projects.

Educate & inform organisations by:

  • Providing guidelines and spreading tips and tricks to get on track.
  • Demonstrating concrete examples of projects that were executed.

Call to action:

  • Give organisations a concrete next step to make sure the ball starts rolling.

Methodology

The basis for ID Travels are in-depth interviews in which storytelling is used as a method to let organisations and youngsters share the experiences and expertise they collected in youth exchanges or volunteering in the framework of Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps. These interviews would take a life course approach as each project moves along different phases – initiation, planning, execution and closing - in which they are confronted with diverse questions and challenges. Summarised in ID Travel language: a project is a long travel and we want to tackle every step in it.

The in-depth interviews will be recorder to create videos highlighting parts of the travel (testimonials) and spreading information. This will be accompanied by on-screen text and animation to share guidelines and tips and tricks from NAs. The videos will include a concrete call to action and reflect the idea that projects are ‘learning by doing’: projects are never perfect, you’ll always be confronted with difficulties to solve and barriers to overcome, we want to acknowledge this and put focus on how organisations dealt with it. ID Travels videos should be short (2-3 minutes), accessible (e.g. easy language) and engaging.

More information

Are you interested to work on the ID Travels project? More information on our expecations, the timeframe and how to apply can be found in the call. In case of questions you can reach out to , the coordinator of the Strategic Partnership for Inclusion.

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