The Eurodesk Awards was established in 2011 to celebrate the day-to-day work of Eurodesk’s local Multipliers, who are helping young people discover and seize the numerous opportunities Europe has to offer
Eurodesk is a European youth information network created in 1990.
As a support organisation to Erasmus+, Eurodesk makes information on learning mobility comprehensive and accessible to young people and those who work with them.
With a network of 39 Eurodesk Centres connected to local information providers in 37 European countries, Eurodesk raises awareness on European opportunities and encourages young people to become active citizens.
Eurodesk federates over 3008 so-called “multipliers and ambassadors” that are regional or local organisations
working with young people, delivering youth information and advising young people on mobility
The Eurodesk Awards were established in 2011 to celebrate the day-to-day work of Eurodesk’s
local Multipliers, who are helping young people discover and seize the numerous opportunities
Europe has to offer.
The organiser of the Eurodesk Awards 2023 initiative, on behalf of the Eurodesk network, is Eurodesk Brussels Link. In 2023 the organiser received 48 applications from 15 countries.
Youth Information Centre/Eurodesk
Of The Municipality Of Gorizia
The winner of the Empowering Young People category for 2023 is the Inclusion Call – Music and Urban Art Towards the European Capital of Culture 2025 by Youth Information Centre/Eurodesk of the Municipality Gorizia, Italy. The project was co-financed by the Department for Youth Policies and the Presidency of the Council of Ministers and it aimed to promote local actions encouraging the active participation of youth people
Las Niñas Del Tul Association
The winner of Adapting to Changing Realities for 2023 is European Youth Program: Inclusion & Diversity by Las Niñas Del Tul Association, Spain. It provided information and opportunities through European programmes to young people with fewer opportunities, such as young people deprived of their liberty (in prison) and unaccompanied foreign young people.
The winner of Thinking Out of The Box category for 2023 is Eurodesk Treasure Hunt by Info Zone, Croatia. The project aimed to strengthen cooperation and exchange of resources among multipliers and to enable participants to get to know the cities they live in and learn about opportunities for mobility in a fun way
The winner of the Eurodesk Network Prize for 2023 is Eurolibrary by Xeracion, Spain. Eurolibrary was an original international initiative in which 21 emerging creatives from 4 European countries participated. The project developed human libraries, created stands in central squares, held workshops with schools and planted trees with the local community. All with the mission of sharing and collecting travel experiences while promoting opportunities for international youth mobility.
Eurodesk Junior Multipliers
Município de Vila Real, Portugal
TAEUS (Take a walk on the EU side)
Municipality of Paredes, Portugal
Colourful and creative explosion of skills
Association Co-Efficient, Hungary
Vocational Course / Meslek Edindirme
Kilis Gençlik Merkezi Eurodesk Temas Noktası, Türkiye