Programmes and Memberships
Young Dragons are active in Erasmus+, the European Solidarity Corps, Creative Europe, Europe for Citizens and others.
Our international engagement enriches our membership in various international networks. We are part of the Brussels-based international network of CONNECT International organisations, set up to create innovative European projects that ensure the integration of digital rights and the digital agenda with young people and other active citizens.
We are also involved in the KEKS network, which has its headquarters in Sweden and connects municipalities and youth centres with the Logbook quality monitoring system for youth work, through the Municipality of Ljubljana. Using the system, we record the learning effects of volunteers and participants in youth centres, conduct regular annual evaluations and thus encourage the development of youth work.
Young Dragons are also part of a creative and transdisciplinary movement The New European Bauhaus that connects the European Green Deal to our daily lives and living spaces. The initiative brings citizens, experts, businesses, and institutions together to reimagine sustainable living in Europe and beyond.