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LET ME IN - Youth workers for inclusive Europe

Training Course

22-31 May 2020 | Poland

LET ME IN - Youth workers for inclusive Europe. The methods of participatory photography and digital storytelling will be used.

The context

In societies that are getting more and more divided, there is a constant need to find new solutions to enhance inclusion of groups at risk. We as youth workers often lack capacities to reach out to vulnerable people and even if we do approach them, we do not possess proper methodologies to address their specific needs effectively.
Let Me In is an Erasmus+ training course for youth workers (KA1) that aims at raising the awareness on the specifics of working with different groups at risk, with the main focus being on how to identify their needs and create a safe space for them to express themselves more freely. By combining theory and practice we strive to give participants an in-depth overview on the topic of enhancing social inclusion and prepare them to organize their own projects in a more efficient way that puts the needs of young people in the center.

The methods
The methods of participatory photography and digital storytelling are based on assumption that everyone`s voice matters, people are experts on their own lives and that y using simple photography and video techniques they can raise issues that are important for their communities and act to make a real change. Participatory art methods is empowering young people and giving them voice that can help them undertake action. The concrete digital skills related to digital storytelling and participatory photography will be introduced to a comprehensive methodology on the use of these tools in the context of youth work.

For this project we are looking for youth workers fulfilling the following criteria:

  • actively involved in the work of an NGO (preferably as staff members)
  • experienced in working with youth with a proven track record of successful
  • projects for youngsters at risk
  • able to communicate freely in English
  • committed to organize dissemination events and provide quality project visibility
  • being a legal resident in one of the participating countries (Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Spain)
  • Being in contact with our partners'sending organizations. 

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Training overview


This activity has already happened!

This Training Course is

for 24 participants

from Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovenia

and recommended for

Youth workers

Accessibility info:

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

Working language(s):



Fundacja Autokreacja (Youth NGO)

The Autokreacja Foundation aims at fostering the active participation in civil society through various initiatives in the field of social economy. We contribute to the society, cultural and economic development of Poland. We want to put the spotlight on problems of diverse social groups that are often marginalized, that is why we focus on cooperation with long-term unemployed, youth from underprivileged regions, unemployed women, elderly people, immigrants and refugees. Many of our projects were designed to favour multiculturalism and intercultural exchange by bringing together different lifestyles, points of view and philosophies.

Contact for questions:



Phone: +48502096593


Participation fee


Accommodation and food


Travel reimbursement

Based on Erasmus + lump sum.
Cyprus: up to 275 EUR
Romania: up to 275 EUR
Bulgaria: up to 275 EUR
Spain: up to 360 EUR
Hungary: up to 180 EUR
Greece: up to 275 EUR
Lithuania: up to 180 EUR

This training activity is funded by:

The Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme

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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