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Unlocking Opportunities - Building Partnerships for Successful Euromed ESC Volunteering

Partnership-building Activity

12-18 February 2024 | Alpignano (Torino), Italy

Unlocking Opportunities is a 5 day residential PBA that aims to strengthen the partnership between organizations in developing quality volunteering projects in the frame of the European Solidarity Corps.

Unlocking Opportunities is a Partnership Building Activity organized by Giosef Torino Marti Gianello Guida APS in the frame of Erasmus Plus (KA1 - Staff mobility) that aims to strengthen the partnership between organizations from Programme and South Mediterranean Partner countries in developing quality volunteering projects in the frame of the EU program European Solidarity Corps 2021-2027.

The PBA specific objectives are:

  • to offer the space to create new contacts and networks between organizations
  • to develop quality projects and new partnerships, with a focus on equal and fair partnerships;
  • to develop a better understanding of the European Solidarity Corps from both a technical and quality assurance perspective; 
  • to better develop competences on how to design and implement European Solidarity Corps projects with a view to quality in the Euromed region;
  • to set a list of recommendations to be shared with relevant stakeholders such as Salto Euromed, Salto European Solidarity Corps and National Agencies.

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Training overview


This activity has already happened!

This Partnership-building Activity is

for 24 participants

from Erasmus+ Youth Programme countries , Southern Mediterranean countries

and recommended for

Youth workers, Youth leaders, Youth project managers, Volunteering mentors, Youth coaches

Accessibility info:

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

Working language(s):



Giosef Torino Marti Gianello Guida APS (Youth NGO)

Giosef Torino is a Social Promotion Association which promotes social inclusion and anti-discrimination on an intersectional level, throughout Non Formal Education on Human Rights, intercultural learning and Euro-Mediterranean mobility. The association supports cultural and social education as well as the international mobility of youths to promote active citizenship. With this purpose it promotes Non Formal Education programs on local and international levels.
Giosef stands for “GIOvani SEnza Frontiere”: Youth without borders. Being without borders is our main strength which leads us to reach a better world, breaking the patterns fearlessly, looking above the appearances.
We recognize in our practice the possibility to affirm human rights, to fight against any kind of prejudice and discrimination.

Our pillars are:
YOUTH WORK AND NON FORMAL EDUCATION: producing social change through Human Rights Non Formal Education;
INTERSECTIONAL APPROACH: to promote an anti-sexist, anti-racist culture against omo-lesbo-bi-transphobia, xenophobia, islamophobia and any sort of discrimination through an intersectional perspective;
INCLUSION AND PARTICIPATION: to promote participation and active citizenship of youngsters to fight against the social exclusion and promote the rights;
EURO-MEDITERRANEAN COOPERATION: to promote the cooperation between European Countries and Partner Countries from the South Mediterranean region to facilitate social cohesion in the area;
INTERNATIONAL MOBILITY: to promote international mobility and intercultural learning among the youths.

Contact for questions:

Dragalina Gorbati

E-mail: particongiosef@gmail.com


Phone: 00393408487755


Participation fee

No fee.

Accommodation and food

The group will be hosted in Cascina Govean, Alpignano (Torino), in an enviromental educational center.

Accomodation and food are covered by the hosting organization starting with the dinner on the 12th of February and ending with the breakfast on the 18th of February.

The group will be hosted in shared rooms of 3-4 people with bunk beds.  Each room has a bathroom inside. 

No single room are available in the venue.

Travel reimbursement

The travel will be reimbursed following the distance calculation rules of the Erasmus Plus Program 2023.

Exceptional cost:

Visa and insurance for participants coming from Southern Mediterranean countries will be covered for a maximum of 150 euro.

Palestinian travel to reach Amman airport will be covered for a maximum amount of 200 euro.

Travels and Visa will be reimbursed only upon providing original invoices, receipts and boarding passes.

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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