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Publications and Tools

SALTO SEE offers various resources targeting mainly those coming from, or interested in cooperation with Western Balkans under the Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme. Interested? You can download the publications here, or contact us for printed copies.

 

  • 100 Years of Transnational Volunteering

    The poster illustrates milestones in the development of international and cross-boarder volunteering. It was produced in the context of the European Volunteering Forum in November 2016.

    100 Years of Transnational Volunteering
  • "Cherry on the cake" -Advice for quality planning of Youth Exchanges

    How can a Youth Exchange developed within the Erasmus+: Youth in Action programme be used as a complementary element of youth work? This publication explores all phases of Youth Exchanges -drafting, planning, preparation, implementation, conclusion and dissemination- and provides insight on what young people can learn in each phase, and how a youth worker or a youth leader can facilitate the learning process. 

    "Cherry on the cake" -Advice for quality planning of Youth Exchanges
  • Hopscotch to Quality in EVS -Handbook for EVS Promoters

    A practical handbook for enhancing quality in EVS projects. New edition published in 2016.  

    Hopscotch to Quality in EVS -Handbook for EVS Promoters
  • Stepping into EVS - Getting accredited for the European Voluntary Service

    If your organisation is based in a Partner Country of Erasmus+ in the Western Balkans and wants to apply for accreditation as EVS receiving, sending or coordinating organisation, then this new guide Stepping into EVS (new version of 2016) is a must! This guide contains lots of information and tips on the content and process of the accreditation.

    Stepping into EVS - Getting accredited for the European Voluntary Service
  • Promotional brochure Erasmus+: Youth in Action in cooperation with the Western Balkans

    The promotional brochure provides basic information and framework on the opportunities for cooperation within the Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme in and with the Western Balkan region. 

    Promotional brochure Erasmus+: Youth in Action in cooperation with the Western Balkans
  • Information on SALTO-YOUTH network

    Would you like to know more about SALTO-YOUTH? In 2015 the network celebrated its 15th birthday. The publication "Looking forward, looking back: 15 years of Support, Advanced Learning and Training Opportunities" covers a range of expertise the SALTO Network offers to young people and youth workers all around Europe. The articles prepared by the staff of all eight Resource Centres explore the past successes and challenges still to be overcome in the field of youth in Europe. 

    Information on SALTO-YOUTH network
  • EVS Competences for Employability

    How do competences that volunteers gain through their EVS service relate to employability? How are they perceived by EVS organisations, volunteers and employers? Here you can find the outcomes of a two year project on this topic.

    EVS Competences for Employability
  • Symposium on Recognition of Youth Work and Non-formal Learning in SEE

    The "Tirana symposium" continued the reflection, exchange of views and development of ideas on recognition of youth work and non-formal learning, this time focusing on the political developments in the countries of South East Europe. Describing the reflections and outcomes of the symposium, this report can serve as an inspiring tool for futher work on this complex issue.

    Symposium on Recognition of Youth Work and Non-formal Learning in SEE
  • Unlocking Doors to Recognition -Setting up strategies for better recognition of youth work and non-formal education / learning in your context

    Handbook with practical examples on how to set up strategies for better recognition of youth work and non-formal education in different contexts.

    Unlocking Doors to Recognition -Setting up strategies for better recognition of youth work and non-formal education / learning in your context
  • Impact of the Cooperation with South East Europe within the Youth in Action Programme

    What has been the impact of the projects and partnerships developed with partners from SEE within the Youth in Action programme? This study looks at the impact on people, organisations, local communities, youth work and policy development.

    Impact of the Cooperation with South East Europe within the Youth in Action Programme
  • "A Wind of Change for the European Youth Field"

    A joint publication of the SALTO YOUTH network based on the SALTO FireWork event, Paris, May 2010. Stuck for ideas on making the links between youth policy and practice? This publication can inspire you!

    "A Wind of Change for the European Youth Field"
  • Seminars on Youth Policy in South East Europe in 2007, 2008 and 2009

    Youth Policy and Youth Employment in SEE, October 2009, Brdo pri Kranju, Slovenia, hosted by the Ministry of Youth and Sport of Slovenia;Youth Policy in SEE, September 2008, Belgrade, Serbia, hosted by the Ministry of Youth of Serbia;Youth Policy in SEE, September 2007,Trogir, Croatia

    Seminars on Youth Policy in South East Europe in 2007, 2008 and 2009
  • Building Bridges - Educational Report

    SALTO SEE, SALTO EECA and SALTO Cultural Diversity have published this training course report inspired by the rich history of the regions of Eastern Europe, Caucasus and the Western Balkans. "Building Bridges in Conflict Areas" looks at recent problems and points out possible positive solutions.

     

    Building Bridges - Educational Report
  • Reports & other materials

    You will find some reports and other materials relevant for co-operation with South East Europe in the Toolbox.

    SEE E-Newsletter

    Our SEE E-Newsletter contains regular up-to-date information and announcements about the Centre's activities as well as activities, funding possibilities and other projects and issues of other actors, of interest for youth co-operation in and with South East Europe.

    The Newsletter is sent out once a month and can be received by email upon request. If you would like to receive the E-Newsletter directly in your inbox, you should subscribe by registering at this web page.

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