Promoting Open and Resilient Societies for Youth

Create local youth inclusive environments that will include young people at risk of marginalization and radicalization

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Our Aim

Increase the capacities of the organizations that work with youth to invest in prevention by removing breeding grounds for radicalisation and act as forces of inclusion, to empower young people from disadvantaged groups to engage, participate democratically and drive positive change in communities, through the use innovative methods and practices coming from the combination of youth work, training, cultural mediation and sports fields.

PRIORITY Project Objectives

PRIORITY Project Target Groups

Main group

Youth Workers, youth leaders, educators and trainers, sports educators, cross cultural mediators and municipal youth workers that work with young people and especially with young people with migrant or refugee background.

Secondary group

Young people in general and especially young people that face the risk of social exclusion (young people of migrant or refugee background, newly arrived young migrants or refugees).

PRIORITY Project Results

"How to Prioritise" eBook

Manual on how to build, run & sustain the PRIORITY Hubs

Online and Onsite PRIORITY Hubs

Cross-sectorial community hubs based on the “Whole Community Approach that will act as youth inclusion environments with sports, youth, cultural heritage activities

E-learning Platform

Two courses "How to become PRIORITY Super Hero" and "PRIORITY Young Mediator"

Capacity Building and Community Cultural Heritage

Activities for youth workers, trainers, educators, youth leaders, NGO members, volunteers, policy makers, teachers, cultural me-diators, sports educators on the major issues on the causes of marginalisation and violent extremism of young people and their prevention

PRIORITY Methodology and Toolkit

Youth inclusion toolkit with cross-sectorial innovation of the best practices from the fields of youth work, sports, culture and voluntary arts

Blog & News

PRIORITY Newsletter no. 4 – March 2021

Dear friends, we are proud to showcase the 4th PRIORITY Project Newsletter, in which we have provided an overview of the activities and results accomplished during the last several months by the project consortium teams. Read more about our compelling interactive eBook, our Young Mediator Capacity Building Trainings, and other interesting activities and events we […]

April 8th, 2021


The How to PRIORITIZE eBook is based on the insights gained during the three PRIORITY workshops held in Greece, Italy and Germany since the start of the project. The eBook is addressed to youth, sports and cultural organizations, local authorities, schools and training centres. Is has been designed as a step-by-step guide on building, operating and sustaining […]

March 10th, 2021

PRIORITY project CBAs Retrospective Video

During the last 2 years, PRIORITY project partners from Germany, Italy, Romania, and Greece have developed and implemented 3 Capacity Building Activities for trainers, teachers, and youth workers, related to the social inclusion of young people at risk of marginalization and radicalization. The first two workshops were held in Larissa, Greece and in Palermo, Italy […]

September 18th, 2020

PRIORITY Project 3rd Newsletter – July 2020

Dear friends, we are happy to showcase the PRIORITY Project Third Newsletter, with details concerning the activities carried out by the partners during the last period. The newsletter also provides information on the future activities of the project. If you want to find out more, we invite you to contact us. Keep in touch!  Download

August 6th, 2020


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PRIORITY Project Consortium


Jugend- & Kulturprojekt e.V. (JKPeV) was founded in 2004 with the aim of providing opportunities for young people and adults to develop and use their soft and professional skills and stimulate their creativity and entrepreneurship through non-formal learning methods. Located in Dresden, Germany, JKPeV is dedicated to promoting the EU citizenship and active participation of its citizens.

We organise international Projects, Events and Trainings for young people and adults in Dresden and abroad, with a focus on assisting the cultural enrichment of the city of Dresden and the Free State of Saxony while also promoting the cultural diversity of the European Union. Inviting foreign educators and participants to our projects kindles an intercultural dialogue in the heart of an already highly artistic hub -Dresden- while on the other hand, including local citizens in our events abroad brings a fresh outlook to familiar problems in the city and a sense of belonging to a greater group – Europe.

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Centre for Creative Development Danilo Dolci

Centro per lo Sviluppo Creativo "Danilo Dolci" is based on the experience of social and educational work carried out by Danilo Dolci and his collaborators, which started in Eastern Sicily back in 1952.

The Centre stemmed from the need of offering the local communities a reality committed to practically solve the local problems, developing a creative space in which fostering awareness and bottom-up planning were the center of the action, paving the way for a real change.

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ASSIST Software

ASSIST Software is a software development company based in Romania that has a strong presence on the international market with over 250 clients around the world. The company was founded in 1992 and since then, has been on the market as a supplier of innovative solutions having delivered over 460 projects using a variety of technologies.

Focusing the activities toward developing complex software products, we provide consistent results in emerging fields such as mobile and web-based custom business applications, e-commerce, e-security, e-health, e-learning, Cloud, enterprise & resource planning, entertainment and gaming industry.

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Mine Vaganti NGO is a no-profit organisation born in Sardinia in 2009, whose services encompass Education and Training, Project Design, Research, International Mobility and Consultancy.

MVNGO promotes intercultural dialogue, social and green entrepreneurship, social inclusion through Sport, Formal and Non Formal Education. MVNGO is part of 3 international networks such as YEE, ISCA and MV International.

MVNGO has a consultant role for public and private bodies in order to promote and develop European and trans-continental projects in Youth/Adults/VET/HEI/Sport Sectors.

MVNGO works on Erasmus+, Horizon 2020, Cosme, Europe for Citizens, Creative Europe,EuropeAid, EaSi, Life+, IEE, the United Nations programmes (UNDEF) and with foundations such as EYF, Fondazione con il Sud, Anna Lindh and Open Society.

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"KAINOTOMIA" is a Center for Lifelong Learning (I.C.L.L) in Greece, operating in the field of Vocational education and training. KAINOTOMIA has implemented more than 60 continuous vocational training programs targeted at unemployed people, educators of all education levels, students of higher education, employed/self-employed persons and vulnerable social groups, for the development of professional opportunities and their promotion and integration into the labour market and the society in general, through innovative close to market programs. "KAINOTOMIA" provide business consultancy to companies & supporting services and consulting support services to trainees to facilitate their (re) entrance into the labour market.

KAINOTOMIA has participated in several national projects, offering a high degree of expertise regarding training in contemporary fields, matching them with those that have a high demand in job’s market, in order to develop trainees’ knowledge, skills and attitudes towards their integration in the labour market. "KAINOTOMIA" has been participating in co funded national projects under the name of "local development plans and entrepreneurship for unemployed based on specific local needs and growth potential". Furthermore, it has participated in EU projects, under Erasmus+, as a coordinator and partner.

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MV International

The European Non Governmental Organization (ENGO) MV International (MVI) is anon profit “association of associations” created in 2012.

MVI is a network of 37 European NGOs (one per Country and with members in each of the 27 countries of the EU), 8 associate organizations from Africa (Cameroon,Kenya, Senegal and Uganda), Latin America (Argentina and Peru) and Asia (India and China) aimed at promoting participatory planning between NGOs fostering the exchange of knowledge among professionals in the field of European design.

Mine Vaganti NGO, Asociacion Juvenil Intercambia and Cecis are the co-founding organization of the ENGO.

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