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Introduction to Small-scale Partnership projects for inclusion

Partnership-building Activity

28-30 November 2023 | Stockholm, Sweden

This training is aimed for youth workers who are newcomers in Small-scale Partnership projects and who work with youth with fewer opportunities. During the training you will learn more about how to use SSP-projects as a tool in your work with youth!

Aim of the training

The aim of the training is to learn more about opportunities within Small-scale Partnership projects and how these projects aim to support an inclusion perspective.

As a starter format, Small-scale Partnerships offer simplified access to the Erasmus+ Youth program which are aimed at strategic development for organisations. Small-scale Partnerships aim to help organisations develop their quality development and capacity building. The project type is suitable for inexperienced and small, local organisations that would like to carry out a first project in the program and build up their first international partnerships in order to support peer learning.

They enable a combination of international and national activities (those with a European dimension). The possibility of including national activities should also facilitate the involvement of people with fewer opportunities in the activities of the project.

How can you as an inclusion worker (person working with young people with fewer opportunities) use the Small-scale Partnerships to work with your target group(s)? We aim to give you project ideas & resources and guide you through the steps to a successful Key Action 2 project by;

-Presenting the opportunities within Small-scale Partnerships in Key Action 2

-Partnership building activities, get to know like-minded organisations

-Create opportunities to discuss and develop project ideas as well as reflecting about quality in a KA2-projects

-Share available resources to support your project

-In addition, some inclusion related elements will be added to the course e.g. reaching out to specific target groups, inclusive methodology for your activities, etc.

Profile of participants

Youth workers who are directly working with young people with fewer opportunities

From Programme countries (EU member states and 3rd countries associated to the Programme)

Youth workers who are comfortable working in English (language of the course)

Preliminary programme

27th of November: Arrival Day. We start with dinner

28th of November: Day 1 of training

29th of November: Day 2 of training

30th of November: Day 3 of traning

1st of December: Departure day. Breakfast

We will use interactive non-formal learning methods, as commonly used in the youth work sector. Learning by doing/active methodology/group learning.


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Training overview


This activity has already happened!

This Partnership-building Activity is

for 30 participants

from Erasmus+ Youth Programme countries

and recommended for

Youth workers, Youth project managers

Accessibility info:

This activity and venue place are accessible to people with disabilities.

Working language(s):



Swedish Agency for Youth and Civil Society (National Agency)

Contact for questions:

Christine Olsson & Lars Nilsson

E-mail: lars.nilsson@mucf.se


Phone: +46 10 160 10 81

Before applying please contact the NA of your residence country to check if it is involved in this concrete project and committed to cover travel costs. NB! Learn about possible participation fee and other relevant rules.


Participation fee

This project is financed by the participating National Agencies (NAs) of the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme. The participation fee varies from country to country. Please contact your National Agency or SALTO Resource Centre (SALTO) to learn more about the participation fee for participants from your country.

Accommodation and food

Unless specified otherwise, the hosting NA or SALTO of this offer will organise the accommodation and covers the costs for accommodation and food.

Travel reimbursement

Please contact your NA or SALTO in order to know whether they would support your travel costs. If yes, after being selected, get in touch with your NA or SALTO again to learn more about the overall procedure to arrange the booking of your travel tickets and the reimbursement of your travel expenses.

Participants are entitled to receive a Youthpass certificate from the organiser, for recognition of their competence development during the activity. Read more about Youthpass:

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