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Shared Spaces: Co- creating inclusive enviroments for migrants and local communities

Shared Spaces: Co- creating inclusive enviroments for migrants and local communities

Shared Spaces is a project funded by the European Union, through the Erasmus+ program: KA210 – Small Scale Partnerships for Youth. Project number: 2023-1-SE02-KA210-YOU-000160073

The project is implemented in cooperation with Goodness of People (Sweden), CGE (Germany) and Fedelatina (Spain).

Project information:

Shared Spaces: Co- creating inclusive enviroments for migrants and local communities

Shared Spaces recognizes the challenges that young migrants face when trying to integrate themselves into the host society and the critical role community-based organizations play in promoting youth participation and commitment to local activities. The project aims to bring solutions and support to fostering a sense of belonging among youth from diverse backgrounds in the local community through activities and events.

The initial phase of our project was dedicated to comprehensive research aimed at understanding the complexities of the issues and the specific needs of our target groups. This involved conducting focus groups with young migrants and educators, distributing surveys to gather insights from young people, and interviewing youth workers aligned with our project’s objectives.

By clicking on the “Polish National Index” button you can get acquainted in detail with the results of the research carried out in Poland as part of the project.

Training Course “SHARED SPACES”


We are excited to announce the successful completion of the training course “SHARED SPACES”, which took place in Orrefors, Sweden, from May 24th to June 1st. It was a fantastic time filled with learning and collaboration.

This project is part of KA210 – Small Scale Partnerships for Youth. The project is implemented in cooperation with Goodness of People (Sweden), CGE (Germany) and Fedelatina (Spain).

Highlights from the training course:

Training Participants
We helped 24 participants to improve their skills in community engagement, intercultural communication, non-formal education, and building solidarity between diverse communities.

Creating New Methods
Participants worked together to create new methods and services for community engagement. These ideas were tested in partner NGOs to see how effective they were in real life.

Sharing Experiences
We shared best practices and research results from four countries. This inspired participants to implement new ideas in their own communities.

Thank you to everyone who participated and made this training a success! Stay tuned for updates and future opportunities to join our projects!

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