The Partnership between the European Commission and the Council of Europe in the field of youth (“EU-CoE Youth Partnership”) is mandated by both European institutions to play a key role in implementing the European Youth Work Agenda.
For more information on the work of the Youth Partnership, click here.
The network of National Agencies (NAs) and SALTO Youth Resource Centres has a key role to play in implementing the European Youth Work Agenda. Both EU youth programmes are major implementation instruments for the Bonn Process and are tasked with offering support and funding to this end. Not only is the European Youth Work Agenda one of the priorities of Erasmus+ Youth; the general aims and priorities of both EU youth programmes and the Bonn Process are also aligned in many respects and are therefore designed to support each other.
The EU youth programmes thus serve as key instruments for the National Agencies to support beneficiaries in implementing measures and to further develop youth work from the bottom up.
You, too, can leverage the EU youth programmes so you can be part of the Bonn Process and help develop youth work further at European level! Click here for the contact details of the National Agency in your country to learn about funding opportunities in Erasmus+ Youth and European Solidarity Corps.
In some non-EU countries, National Erasmus Offices can offer further information.
16 National Agencies and SALTO Youth Resource Centres are part of an NA cooperation project on the European Youth Work Agenda.
National Agency Türkiye National Agency Netherlands
National Agency Austria
European Solidarity Corps
National Agency Italy
National Agency Slovenia
National Agency Malta
National Agency Hungary
National Agency Belgium, flemish community
National Agency Portugal
Salto Training Cooperation
National Agency Croatia
Salto South-East Europe
Salto Eastern Europe & Caucasus
National Agency Estonia
National Agency Cyprus