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RECALL: Green Entrepreneurship and Local Culture: Youth Workers on the Move/RECALL

SFERA International is proud to be part of the project "RECALL: Green Entrepreneurship and Local Culture: Youth Workers on the Move/RECALL", which is an Erasmus + Key Action 2: Capacity Building in the Field of Youth project.Quisque non ex eros.

The project seeks to build the capacity of youth organizations in Europe and Asia to promote green skills, a circular economy, and youth-led green entrepreneurship to encourage positive social change in rural areas of the involved countries. Based on their cultural traditions and identities, young people can find inspiration to use nature and local resources sustainably, to start new entrepreneurial endeavors that preserve the natural environment, and to contribute to the well-being of their communities. The project seeks synergies between the four pillars of sustainable development—environment, economy, society, and culture— to fight youth unemployment in rural areas.


  • Improve the knowledge and capacity of youth organizations to promote green and entrepreneurial skills in rural areas as a way to overcome youth unemployment.

  • Enhance cooperation and exchange of good practices in the field of youth work in rural areas based on local cultural traditions and environmental awareness.

  • Support the qualitative development of youth work through the application of a training toolkit for green skills.


  1. Youth Workers Seminar for Cooperation: to support the qualitative development of youth work by setting objectives based on young people’s needs. Researching the local cultural traditions and measures to facilitate green entrepreneurship and the circular economy in rural areas

  2. Training toolkit for green skills and youth-led green entrepreneurship based on local cultures and traditions – how to use local resources for sustainable development.

  3. Training of trainers for youth workers—bootcamp for green skills

  4. Collection of local good practices with the potential to be transferred to other regions and countries based on cultural traditions and practices on using natural resources in a sustainable way and niches for green entrepreneurial activities led by young people.

  5. Development of a video collection of the good practices in the form of case studies for acquiring green skills and applying the circular economy in certain contexts—a video case library that shows the elements and steps in doing entrepreneurship and applying green skills in rural areas

  6. Green awareness campaigns in partner countries

The project is a joint initiative of youth organizations, NGOs, and HEI from seven countries, and it is supported by the Erasmus+ program of the European Union.

Stay tuned for more information about our project’s activities!