The second Project Lab of Europe Goes Local focuses on rural youth work. This training will take place in Chalkidiki (Greece) from the 14th to the 17th of November 2022. The participants will also join a preparatory webinar and an online meet and greet session in October. If you’re interested in a general Project Lab about local youth work, you can apply for the Project Lab in Bonn.
The Europe Goes Local Project Labs are international training and networking events. They bring officials and practitioners in youth work together to strengthen the usage and exploitation of the possibilities offered by the Erasmus+ and the European Solidarity Corps programmes for youth work at municipal level.
Specifically, the Project Labs aim to:
You can also still apply for the Project Lab in Bonn until the 5th of September. This project lab doesn’t have a specific theme.
This Project Lab in Bonn (Germany) is an international training and networking event to strengthen the usage and exploitation of the possibilities offered by the ERASMUS+ and the European Solidarity Corps programmes for youth work at municipal level. The event will go on from the 19th to the 21st of October 2022.
The Project Lab aims to …
Apply until 5 September 2022 here.
If you’re interested in rural youth work, you can apply for the Project Lab about rural youth work in Chalkidiki until the 10th of September. You can find more information here.
In the framework of the Europe Goes Local project, the German and Hellenic National Agencies of Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps programmes are looking for trainers who will be part of a team that will implement the Europe Goes Local (EGL) project labs in 2022. The application deadline is the 25th of July
Two project labs are foreseen in 2022.
The first project lab has a general focus and will take place in in Bonn (Germany) from 19-21 October 2022 (including arrival and departure).
The second project lab is focussed on municipalities and local organizations from rural areas. It will take place from 14-17 November 2022 in Halkidiki (Greece).
Both project labs will have around 30-40 participants from the programme countries and neighbouring partner countries of the Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps programmes.
There will also be a joint preparatory webinar for the participants of both events during the week of 3-9 October.
Essential skills and experience:
All costs of travel, board and lodging incurred in relation to the meetings and events will be covered by the organisers. Expert fee (gross): €320/working day.
The number of working days depends on whether the trainer facilitates only one or both project labs.
Find more detailed information and how to apply here.
You can also find the call for participants here.