Our projets

are designed to create added value in various dimensions. Both body and mind are challenged, with joy always at the center.

All our projects are practically free for you because they are funded by the EU – we cover the costs of your meals, accommodation, and activities during the project 100%. And the best part: your travel expenses are also covered up to 100% for all our projects!

You can easily sign up by clicking “Register” on your favorite project and filling out the questionnaire. We will get back to you within a few days! You can find detailed information about each project in the enclosed infopacks.

If you have any questions, feel free to email us or give us a call! 

open for participation

Be Up 4 Green Sport!

Duration: 15.07. – 21.07.2024
Project Location: Attersee, Austria
Number of Participants: 7 individuals between 15 and 20 years old

Project Type: Small Scale Project

Requirements for Participation:

  • Possession of a “European Health Insurance Card” (E-Card) or an insurance card with comparable coverage (If you do not have insurance that provides access to necessary medical care, we will be happy to assist you)
  • Ability to communicate in English
  • Active participation in project activities and discussions
  • Willingness to grow and bring experiences!
  • weiterzuentwickeln und Erfahrungen mitzubringen!

Completed projects

Clean up

Duration: 01.06. – 30.09.2023
Project Location: Vienna, Austria
Number of Participants: Open to all

Project Type: Solidarityproject

Project Description:

In the summer of 2023, we organized multiple waste collection initiatives in Vienna and Linz, involving volunteers and selected organizations. The objective was to raise awareness about environmental pollution and foster mutual understanding among the diverse participants.

Save our stories: Chapter 3

Duration: 07.10. – 12.10.2019
Project Location: Trakai, Lithuania
Number of Participants: 5 individuals between 18 and 30 years old

Project Type: Youth Exchange

Project Description:

During the youth exchange “Save our stories: Chapter 3,” we experimented with the creation of a short film. The screenplay emerged through the combination and modernization of traditional legends from all participating countries – Lithuania, Turkey, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Croatia, and Austria. We learned scriptwriting, actor selection, framing, set and costume design, film and lighting techniques, editing skills, and many other elements of filmmaking that were previously unfamiliar to us.

LRN2 be Intercool2ral

Duration: 28.08. – 04.09.2019
Project Location: Stockholm, Schweden
Number of Participants: 5 individuals between 18 and 30 years old

Project Type: Youth Exchange

Project Description:

The youth exchange was about learning traditional games and their cultural heritage, which emerged from ancient customs of the past and has remained alive in modern civilization. Today, when it comes to intercultural learning in non-formal education, these traditional games can be used as a tool to promote multiculturalism, connecting all young people from different countries in Europe and with different cultural backgrounds.

The Butterfly effect

Duration: 25.07. – 02.08.2019
Project Location: Melk, Austria
Number of Participants: 5 individuals between 18 and 30 years old

Project Type: Partnership Building Activity

Project Description:

This partnership building activity aimed to build and strengthen relationships between participants and represented organizations. This activity provided opportunities to network, share knowledge, build trust and work towards common goals. During the activity, a solid foundation for future collaborations was created. The focus was particularly on the exchange of ideas, resources and specialist knowledge.

ROOF – ROUTES OF OUR FUTURE

Duration: 01.04. – 01.05.2019
Project Location: von Milan (Italien) nach Prag (Tschechien)
Number of Participants: 5 individuals between 18 and 30 years old

Project Description:

A group of 80 young Europeans, involved in 16 organizations with 14 different European nationalities, were active in the ROOF project.

These 80 young people traveled across Europe by bike for a month, engaging with residents along four routes and disseminating information about the EU and its institutions. Citizens were also provided with information about the European elections in May 2019.

The routes led from the west (Nantes), east (Varna), north (Malmö) and south (Milan) along the Eurovelo 6 and 7 cycle routes, finally coming together in Prague.

Boost your creativity, go digital!

Duration: 28.08. – 04.09.2019
Project Location: Acquappesa, Italy
Number of Participants: 7 individuals between 15 and 20 years old

Project Type: Training Course

Project Description:

This training course taught basic concepts of digital communication (visual storytelling, social media, digital photography). Outdoor activities with a focus on digital photography also took place. Content included creating social media pages, daily creation of a guide/toolkit for correct digital communication, games for developing close-knit work teams.

RAINBOW YOUTH

Acceptance and Support of LGBTQIA+ and gender identities

Duration: 29.12.2018 – 04.01.2019
Project Location: Madrid, Spain
Number of Participants: 2 individuals between 18 and 30 years old

Project Type: Training Course

Project Description:

The training course focused on teaching necessary skills to incorporate a positive approach to sexual orientation and gender identity and expression into youth work practice. The focus was also on developing and understanding the challenges that LGBTQ+ young people face.

TNT – THANKS BUT NO TANKS

How to use non-violent communication to integrate political dimension into youth work

Duration: 13.10. – 20.10.2018
Project Location: Stegna, Poland
Number of Participants: 2 individuals between 18 and 40 years old

Projektart: Training Course

Project Description:

The overall goal of the training course was to create a deeper understanding of civil society actors and their role in our countries. To approach this topic, we first explored the meaning of the words “conflict,” “youth movement,” “peace,” etc., while following an itinerary from historical social movements for democracy and justice to movements against discrimination and racism. Current developments in the different regions, movements that emerged during the economic crisis in Europe and other important actors around the world and in Europe in particular were also examined.