Nominate Your Project For The SALTO Awards 2023!

2 June 2023

It is time to start nominating inspirational and quality projects for the SALTO Awards 2023! Let’s recognise work well done and inspire young people, decision makers and applicants of Erasmus+ and the European Solidarity Corps to have a greater impact! The SALTO Awards 2023 nominations are open until Wednesday 16 August 2023, 23:59 CEST.

Why should you apply?

By nominating your project for the SALTO Awards, you can win:

  • A 700 euros prize for the winning project in each category;
  • Your project featured in the promotion of the SALTO Awards winners and as best practice on SALTO communication channels and during events;
  • An invitation to the “ Youth Participation in Democratic Life” event and the SALTO Awards Ceremony in October 2023 in Lublin, Poland, European Youth Capital!

Quick facts about the SALTO Awards 2023

2023 SALTO Awards categories

  • Digital Transformation
  • Environment & Fight Against Climate Change (New!)
  • Inclusion & Diversity
  • Participation in Democratic Life
  • Solidarity & Volunteering

Special mention: Competence Development

Who can nominate projects?

  • Project team members & participants – Individuals who have been part of or led any category-relevant projects
  • Organisations – Organisations, movements and groups who have led projects on relevant topics
  • Public institutions & stakeholders Local authorities, youth centres, schools, universities or other decision-makers who have been involved with the projects.
  • National Agencies – The National Agencies for Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps

If you have any questions regarding the application process, please contact SALTO Awards Project Manager Magda Jańczuk at [email protected].


Participation Pool | Resources on Youth Participation & Media Literacy

SALTO is a network of 11 Resource Centres working on European priority areas within the fields of Youth, Education and Training: SALTO Digital (Finland), SALTO Education & Training TCA (Hungary), SALTO European Solidarity Corps (Austria), SALTO Green Transition (France), SALTO Inclusion & Diversity in Education & Training (Croatia), SALTO Inclusion & Diversity in Youth (Belgium-Flanders), SALTO Participation & Information (Estonia), SALTO Training & Cooperation (Germany), SALTO Eastern Europe & Caucasus (Poland), SALTO EuroMed (France), SALTO South-East Europe (Slovenia).SALTO stands for Support, Advanced Learning and Training Opportunities. It works within the Erasmus+ and the European Solidarity Corps programmes.