To offer support and meaningful engagement for the Ukrainian youth workers and trainers who have found refuge in the European Union, the network of SALTO Resource Centres has announced a call for Ukrainian youth workers and trainers to apply for a paid consultation service.
The goal of the consultations is reflection and conceptualisation on how the European youth programmes and the European youth work community can and should answer the new needs that have appeared as a result of war in Ukraine in both, short- and long-term perspectives. What is more, this involvement can offer financial support to those who have left everything behind in their homes.
To contribute and to take part in the consultations, contact SALTO Resource Centres at helpUkraine@salto-youth.net.
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