Learn how to set up international projects in rural and geographically disadvantaged areas. With information on where to find partners, money, ideas - and how to overcome challenges. (2010 Update)
Discover how to set up international youth projects in disadvantaged (sub)urban areas. With information on where to find partners, money, ideas - and how to overcome challenges (2008).
A practical manual with lots of activities that stimulate your (international) youth work to be more inclusive and reach a more diverse target group. Give it a try. (2008 Update)
Find out how you can set up international mixed-ability projects, in which young people with and without a disability have a meaningful and fun experience together. (2008 Update)
Discover how to set up international youth projects with young offenders, ex-offenders and young people at risk of offending or currently in prison. Everybody gets a second chance, No Offence! (2010 update)
Find out how to empower young ethnic minority women - in an international youth project. With information on specific methods and theories on empowering these girls - and how to overcome challenges.
Discover the key findings from a research on youth employment and social exclusion. This publication presents success criteria for employment projects for young people with fewer opportunities. (2011 update)
Explore ways in which sports can be used as an educational method in the work with young people with fewer opportunities. With many practical tips and examples. (2006 Reprint)
Learn how a strategic approach can help to improve the quality and impact of your inclusion work. Follow this step-by-step approach to strategy-making - for youth organisations both large and small. (2008)
This resource pack contains a set of tools and methods for youth activities, some personal insights of other youth workers involved in Intercultural Communication projects as well as theoretical inputs and references for further work in this area.
Practical tips and guidelines for inclusion youth workers who are tempted to take young people with fewer opportunities (socio-economic disadvantage) abroad for the first time. (2009 Update)