SALTO Participation & Information Resource Centre (SALTO PI) is looking for three Authors to create an article series for the Participation Resource Pool. The series is planned to include three articles, each written on one of the Erasmus+ priorities and its connection to Youth Participation (Green Participation, Inclusive Participation, and Digital Participation). The articles are planned to be written within the month of August 2021 and published in the Participation Resource Pool in October 2021 prior to the second round of applications to Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps Programmes.
We ask interested people and organisations to choose one of the horizontal priorities:
We ask the Authors to present us with an abstract of an article concept that showcases your approach:
While SALTO PI defines the more general and over-arching scope, we expect the Author to, based on reliable information and personal expertise, to suggest the angle and approach that would be useful, engaging and thought-provoking.
Expectations to the Author:
Payment and working conditions:
Please send your CV, the abstract and 1-2 examples of previously published content in English by 12th of July, 2021 23:59 CET to email@example.com with “SALTO Article Author Application” in the headline.
SALTO PI will base their decision on:
SALTO PI will inform all applicants about the decision by 16th of July 2021. SALTO PI will retain rights to order more articles in case the same topic is explored from different angles.
For more information please contact:
Aleksandra Mangus, TCA Project Officer at SALTO Participation and Information Resource Centre
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (add “To A.Mangus” in your email headline)
SALTO PI is one of seven Resource Centres working on European priority areas within the youth field aiming to improve the quality of youth work in Europe. As part of the European Commission’s Training Strategy, SALTO PI provides non-formal learning opportunities for youth workers and youth leaders. We additionally organise training and contact-making activities to support organisations and National Agencies (NAs) within the frame of the European Commission’s Erasmus+ Youth programme, European Solidarity Corps and beyond. Some of our key working areas are youth participation, smart youth work, evidence based youth work, digital participation, Media and Information Literacy and communication competencies.