Young Project Coordinators Grow Up

Project description

The project starts from the conclusions of the sixth Structured Dialogue, which highlight how “an increasing number of young people do not trust the EU, they find difficult to understand its principles, values and functioning.”

The project is co-funded by the European Union under the Erasmus+ Programme European Youth Together and implemented by GSI Italia in partnership with the Portuguese association Embaixada da Juventude, the Lithuanian association TAVO EUROPA, the Czech association ICM JINDRICHUV HRADEC ZS and the Slovak association SYTEV.

Objectives of the project:

1. involve young students, preferably from rural and mountainous areas and small youth associations, poor in planning skills and in the ability to access European programs for young people;

2. facilitate their connection with other countries, promoting cooperation between them to co-design the “Europe we want” on the European Youth calls;

3. develop specific skills among teachers, operators of participating associations and volunteers, to facilitate the project activity of young people on European calls;

4. increase the access to Erasmus + platforms and the number of project proposals submitted by young students and small participating youth associations, in the territories involved in the project.

Financier: Erasmus+ Programme European Youth Together

Start year: 2022

Duration: 24 months

People involved in the project

Goals achieved

Signing of the Grant Agreement with the European Commission.
Implementation of the online Kick-off Meeting.
Mapping of schools and youth associations by each partner in the respective countries.
Information programme: – on the opportunities provided by the European Youth Programmes, – on “structured dialogue” and – on the governance of the European Union.
Country-specific course for animators/tutors.
Project workshops.
Final conference and dissemination of results.
How much has been collected so far
Active Projects


in Italy and over the world, we work through development projects and distance support programs for disadvantaged communities.

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