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The project of partnership between 6 organizations from Poland, Portugal, Belgium, Romania, Slovenia and Macedonia consists in collecting and exchange of best practices of municipalities to make their cities youth friendly.

In the project partners are reaching out to municipalities in their regions and countries to examine various dimensions of youth friendliness. Partners will collect detailed knowledge, hands-on examples, implementation methods and strategies of those municipalities to support those various dimensions of youth friendliness.

Collected best practices we plan to exchange during 1 learning mobility (for youth workers and municipality representatives) and put together in a publication to be delivered to a network of municipalities in our countries. At the end of the project, we plan to put together various criteria for municipalities of how they can become more youth friendly.

Mapping best practices for youth friendly cities is funded by the Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnerships programme and is carried between April 2020 and July 2021.


Mapping best practices for youth-friendly cities – a collection of best practices, is now available to the public.