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Publications: Get Inspired

We and others offer a range of manuals and publications to help you provide (international) opportunities for socially excluded young people in an educationally sound way.

Below is a series of helpful manuals in support of (international) Inclusion Projects for socially excluded young people, based on the SALTO Inclusion Training Courses to make methods & resources available to ALL.

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  • On Track - Different youth work approaches for different NEET situations

    This research publication helps anyone working with youth to better understand the NEET issue and how you can effectively respond to the needs of young people in different NEET situations.

     

    On Track - Different youth work approaches for different NEET situations
  • Inclusion A to Z

    An compass to international Inclusion projects. The best of the SALTO Inclusion youth work manuals in one publication.

    Inclusion A to Z
  • Growing Inclusion and Participation

    An inspirational guide to setting up inclusive & participative 'Strategic Partnerships' in the youth field.

    Growing Inclusion and Participation
  • Urban Solutions - tapping the talents of urban youth

    Discover the key findings from a research on social challenges faced by young people in (sub)urban areas. This publication gives an overview of the issues at stake in cities and analysed a variety of urban interventions to extract criteria for success.

    Urban Solutions - tapping the talents of urban youth
  • Inclusion through Employability - approaches to youth employment

    Discover the key findings from a research on youth employment and social exclusion. This publication presents success criteria for employment projects for young people with fewer opportunities. (2014 update)

    Inclusion through Employability - approaches to youth employment
  • Youthpass Unfolded - also for Inclusion Groups

    Practical tips and hands-on methods for making most of the Youthpass process. Start using Youthpass with your inclusion group!

    Youthpass Unfolded - also for Inclusion Groups
  • Working on Work - combating youth unemployment

    Understand youth unemployment and learn to use Youth in Action projects as tools to support the access of young people with fewer opportunities to the labour market. (2010 update)

    Working on Work - combating youth unemployment
  • Making Waves - more impact with your projects

    Make most out of your youth (in action) project. Making Waves takes you on a journey of raising the visibility of your project and it helps you to get your project results out to the people. With lots of practical tips and tricks to get you started. Make Waves - Have Impact! (2010 Update)

    Making Waves - more impact with your projects
  • Images in Action - improve your reputation

    Learn to build a positive image for the youngsters with fewer oppurtunities by using (international) youth projects. A booklet full of tips on campaigning and marketing. (2010)

    Images in Action - improve your reputation
  • Going International - Opportunities for All!

    Practical tips and guidelines for inclusion youth workers who are tempted to take young people with fewer opportunities (socio-economic disadvantage) abroad for the first time. (2009 Update)

    Going International - Opportunities for All!
  • Use Your Hands to Move Ahead

    Discover alternative educational pathways through EVS for young people with fewer opportunities. Set up more relevant task-sets outside the 'traditional' socio-cultural sector... (2009 Update)

    Use Your Hands to Move Ahead
  • ID Booklet - IDeas for Inclusion & Diversity

    A practical manual with lots of activities that stimulate your (international) youth work to be more inclusive and reach a more diverse target group. Give it a try. (2008 Update)

    ID Booklet - IDeas for Inclusion & Diversity
  • No Barriers No Borders - Mixed-Ability Projects

    Find out how you can set up international mixed-ability projects, in which young people with and without a disability have a meaningful and fun experience together. (2008 Update)

    No Barriers No Borders - Mixed-Ability Projects
  • Over the Rainbow - setting up LesBiGay Projects

    Find out how to set up international projects with young lesbians, gay guys and bisexual youth, or those questioning their sexual orientation. (2008 Update)

    Over the Rainbow - setting up LesBiGay Projects
  • No Offence Booklet

    Discover how to set up international youth projects with young offenders, ex-offenders and young people at risk of offending or currently in prison. Everybody gets a second chance, No Offence! (2010 update)

    No Offence Booklet
  • Village International - international rural youth projects

    Learn how to set up international projects in rural and geographically disadvantaged areas. With information on where to find partners, money, ideas - and how to overcome challenges. (2010 Update)

    Village International - international rural youth projects
  • Youth and the City - international opportunities for Urban Youth

    Discover how to set up international youth projects in disadvantaged (sub)urban areas. With information on where to find partners, money, ideas - and how to overcome challenges (2012 update).

    Youth and the City - international opportunities for Urban Youth
  • E.M.power - young ethnic minority women

    Find out how to empower young ethnic minority women - in an international youth project. With information on specific methods and theories on empowering these girls - and how to overcome challenges.

    E.M.power - young ethnic minority women
  • Youthpass for ALL! Recognising skills

    Find lots of advice, tips and methods from and for youth workers who want to use Youthpass with and for young people with fewer opportunities. (2013 update)

    Youthpass for ALL! Recognising skills
  • Fit for Life - Inclusion through Sports

    Explore ways in which sports can be used as an educational method in the work with young people with fewer opportunities. With many practical tips and examples. (2006 Reprint)

    Fit for Life - Inclusion through Sports
  • Inclusion by Design - Inclusion strategies for NGO's

    Learn how a strategic approach can help to improve the quality and impact of your inclusion work. Follow this step-by-step approach to strategy-making - for youth organisations both large and small. (2008)

    Inclusion by Design - Inclusion strategies for NGO's
  • Shaping Inclusion: Inclusion Strategies for NAs

    A step-by-step guide for National Agencies (Inclusion Officers) to develop their inclusion strategy. The booklet contains ideas on how to make the most of your (limited) resources to have lots of inclusion impact (2007).

    Shaping Inclusion: Inclusion Strategies for NAs
  • Other Publications

    Here you can find a (non-exhaustive) list of links taking you to some established publications developed by other institutions/organisations in the youth field and beyond:

    Other Publications
  • Translate a SALTO Booklet

    Educational publications in English are not 'accessible' for some youth workers because of the language barrier. If you want to remediate this problem, translate the SALTO Inclusion for All booklets. Some guidelines.

    Translate a SALTO Booklet
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