About This Project



01.03.17 – 31.07.18

30 – 31.03.17 1st Transnational meeting in Valencia, Spain

25 – 26.10.17 2nd Transnational meeting in Athens, Greece

21 – 22.03.2018 3rd Transnational meeting in Dresden, Germany

27 – 28.06.2018 4th Transnational meeting and event in Alzira, Spain


A project to improve the network and general guide for the youth workers of the future.

KA2 Project · Strategic Partnership in the Field of Youth · Exchange of Good Practices.

The main objectives of EU-NET: to create an international network for promoting excellence in youth work that focuses on sharing methods, tools and skills of employees and youth workers within the Erasmus+ sphere and beyond.



  • GoEurope (Spain)
  • Inter Alia (Greece)
  • Futuro Digitale (Italy)
  •  Jugend- & Kulturprojekt e.V. (Germany)


 Results & Learning Outcomes

  • Compilation of country factsheets to improve the understanding and recognition of youth work skills and qualifications in Europe.
  • Formulation of survey analysis and a final comparative report to outline and clearly define youth work practices, starting with local level practices before expanding the focus to international level.
  • Increased opportunities for youth workers’ professional development.
  • Increased synergies, links and improved transition between different sectors of education.
  • Support for the standardisation of youth work at international level by improving dialogue between youth organisations and sharing good practices.
  • Spreading Erasmus+ mobility & training opportunities.
  • Creating an online platform with different e-tools for youth workers, which will also serve as a place where youth workers and other stakeholders can share their ideas / problems / thoughts. The online platform should also foster social dialogue and professional development.
  • Publication of a project booklet (electronic and printable)
  • Publication of a trailer and an  interactive video reflecting youth work in Germany, Greece, Italy & Spain.




The project is co-financed by the European Commission through the Erasmus+ Programme



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