Get into Youth Exchanges for ALL

Working with young people from disadvantaged backgrounds? You can get funding for international youth exchanges with your group. A life-changing experience for the underprivileged young people you work with!

Dates & venues

  1. Get into Youth Exchanges for ALL Tunisia, from 23 September 2024 to 27 September 2024 > deadline has passed.
  2. Get into Youth Exchanges for ALL - Finland, from Monday 18 November (arrival by 17h) to Friday 22 November 2024 (departure after breakfast): for inclusion organisations from Erasmus+ countries (= European Union + EFTA + Turkey + North-Macedonia + Serbia) + neighbouring regions (EuroMed, Eastern Partnership countries, South-East Europe) > Apply via the Training Calendar - deadline 8 September 2024 23h59 CET
  3. Get into Youth Exchanges for ALL - Serbia, 4th quarter of 2025 
  4. Get into Volunteering projects for ALL (Solidarity Corps) - More information here

Follow the SALTO Inclusion & Diversity Facebook page for future courses and information about application.

Get a taste of youth exchange projects

In 3 training days, we show you the possibilities Erasmus+ Youth Exchanges have to offer for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds. An international youth project might just be the life-changing opportunity for the disadvantaged young people you are working with: e.g. those from minority backgrounds, with special needs, with socio-economic difficulties, discriminated groups, in difficult situations, with limited opportunities...

This Youth Exchanges for ALL course gives you concrete examples of what is possible, brings you in contact with other inclusion youth organisations, shows you what funding is available specifically for youth inclusion projects and walks you step-by-step through the process in case you would like to give it a try.

Who is the course for?

  • This course is for NEWCOMERS to Erasmus+ Youth (e.g. youth worker, social worker,...) who are directly working with young people from disadvantaged backgrounds (e.g. facing social, economic, educational, geographic, cultural, health & disability challenges).
  • If you NEVER organised an international youth project with your target group before and would like to know what is possible, then this course is for you!
  • If you already organised mobility projects for young people, please check the European Training Calendar for a more appropriate youth work training because this course is for NEWCOMERS ;-)
  • This course is NOT for school-related activities such as school exchanges or projects for pupils (please contact the Lifelong Learning colleagues of Erasmus+ for this).

This course welcomes candidates with special needs (e.g. health conditions, disability, single mothers,...) Contact SALTO Inclusion regarding support possibilities.

Important to know

  • The working language will be (international) English. Your English does not have to be perfect, but you need to be able to follow presentations and have discussions in English.
  • There will be a 2-hour online preparation meeting via zoom, two weeks prior to the event.
  • We are open to cater for different needs so that everybody can participate (e.g. also persons with a disability or health condition, single mothers, persons with geographical disadvantage...). Contact SALTO Inclusion regarding support possibilities.
  • You will be accommodated in single rooms.
  • If selected, your travel will be reimbursed by your Erasmus+ (youth) National Agency or Regional SALTO, minus a participation fee. Food, lodging and programme will be provided by the organisers during the course.

How to apply


The Youth Exchanges for ALL courses are run by 2 international trainers, experienced in inclusion and the Erasmus+ Youth programme, in cooperation with SALTO Inclusion, the National Agencies for the Erasmus+ Youth programme and the regional SALTOs.

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