European project "Eurocreative Youth": The first coordination meeting comes to Tirana
The European project which promotes the social participation of young people in rural areas holds its first coordination meeting in Tirana.
The newest Erasmus+ project, entitled "Eurocreative Youth - European Youth creates Cultural Tourism", and led by the Universitat Jaume I, held the first meeting of coordination and exchange of best practices in Tirana, Albania, within the Tirana European Capital program of Youth 2022.
The context in which young people live in rural areas and the challenges related to their development is not only a local or national problem, but also a European one. Therefore, this project will engage European youth to improve their skills and knowledge in the field of cultural tourism by strengthening their involvement and social engagement in rural areas.
The partners that are part of the project consortium are AEGARE (Spain), Universitat Jaume I - UJI (Spain), KEPLER (Turkey), INBIE (Poland), SOTLA (Slovenia) and the National Youth Congress (Albania).