SALTO-Youth resource centres

  • SALTO stands for support, advanced learning and training opportunities within the European YOUTH programme. What is the history and scope of this network of SALTO-YOUTH Resource Centres?
  • SALTO-YOUTH.net is a network of 8 Resource Centres working on European priority areas within the youth field. It provides youth work and training resources and organises training and contact-making activitiesto support organisations and National Agencieswithin the frame of the European Commission’s Youth in Action programme and beyond. SALTO-YOUTH’s history started in 2000 and is part of the European Commission’s Training Strategy within the Youth in Action programme and works in synergy and complimentarity with other partners in the field … (Why? What? Where? When? Who? 1/2).

Homepage;
Cultural diversity; Eastern Europe/Caucasus; South-East Europe; EuroMed; Inclusion;
Training, Cooperation; Participation; Information; My SALTO; How to link;
Contact Points with many addresses.

Why? What? Where? When? Who? 2/2: … Download the SALTO flyer, 8 pdf-pages. Download also the interactive SALTO Powerpoint presentation

SALTO Partnerships & Cooperation:

SALTO-YOUTH does not take over the work of other actors in the field – on the contrary – SALTO strives to complementexisting initiatives or build synergies between them:

  • SALTO provides mutilateral Training Courses, in cooperation with National Agencies/Coordinators, about European Priority Topics and according to NAs needs.
  • SALTO works together with the Partnership on European Youth Worker Training between the Council of Europe and the European Commission on publications like Coyote and T-Kits, through interlinking between their websites and by co-organising Trainer Meetings
  • The SALTO EuroMed Resource Centre is a partner in the EuroMed Partnership agreement between the Council of Europe and the European Commission
  • SALTO cooperates with the European Youth Forum and lists their Pool of Trainers members in TOY

Milestones throughout SALTO history: … (full text).

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