THE ERASMUS+ Care4youth project consortium gathered in Palermo to promote intercultural integration and youth development.

The Erasmus+ Care4Youth Project consortium meeting held in Palermo, Italy, from April 9th to April 11th, convened stakeholders from across Europe for a dynamic exchange of ideas and best practices. 

Highlights of the event included focused working sessions on project management during the first day, with partners from Serbia, Spain, and Italy presenting comprehensive national reports on youth development and integration efforts. These reports emphasised both progress made and challenges faced in fostering inclusive environments for young people.

The second day featured a compelling study tour, where participants engaged with local stakeholders and explored innovative social projects like Molti-Volti and initiatives in the multicultural Ballaró neighborhood. The visit also celebrated the achievements of the Handala Mediterraneo Antirazzista organisation in promoting social integration.

The culmination of the meeting was a co-creation workshop at the European Palermo Youth Centre on the final day. Utilising Dixit cards to stimulate creativity, participants engaged in collaborative exercises such as brainstorming and mind mapping to design tailored training and sports programmes for youth in care.

The Palermo meeting reaffirmed the commitment of the Eramus+ Care4Youth project partners and organisations to advancing intercultural integration and youth development in Europe. It served as a vital forum for fostering partnerships and innovative solutions, underscoring the ongoing dedication to creating inclusive opportunities for young people.

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