News from SALTO Euromed – Studies and Research

Studies and Research collection aims to investigate specific topics relevant in EuroMed area.
Studies and Research collection aims to investigate specific topics relevant in EuroMed area in order to develop good projects and to reinforce the EuroMediterranean cooperation, specific competencies and deeper knowledge is needed by the social workers, youth leaders and trainers.

This collection would like to contribute to the overall reflection about Youth in Euro-Med and to provide some new keys for reading the ongoing situation.

The Youth and its reality is changing faster and for better understand it more broadening is needed. The complexity of the EuroMed area and the role of Youth is a key topic to be developed from different point of view in order to provide support to the main actors of EuroMediterranean cooperation.

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N°1 – “VOLUNTEERING AND VOLUNTARY SERVICE IN EURO-MED CONTEXT”

Volunteering and Voluntary Service context are very important topics in EuroMed . In fact, volunteering and EVS are seen as a core aspect of civic participation and democracy putting values such as solidarity and non-discrimination into action and contributing to the development of societies. This Study aims to present the perceptions and realities of Volunteering and EVS within EuroMed area and the current situation of different countries.

ENGLISH VERSION of the study

FRENCH VERSION of the study

ARABIC VERSION to be available soon

N°2 – “SUPPORTING LEARNING: LONG TERM TRAINING COURSE IN EUROMED”

Volunteering and Voluntary Service context are very important topics in EuroMed . In fact, volunteering and EVS are seen as a core aspect of civic participation and democracy putting values such as solidarity and non-discrimination into action and contributing to the development of societies. This Study aims to present the perceptions and realities of Volunteering and EVS within EuroMed area and the current situation of different countries.

ENGLISH VERSION of the study

FRENCH VERSION of the study