Towards Collaborative Practice (TCP) Forum on “Digital and Social Innovation for Social Inclusion”

5-9 December 2022 | Ioannina, Greece

“Towards Collaborative Practice” (TCP) Forum is a cross-sectoral event exploring the potential of youth work and Erasmus+ to foster social entrepreneurship, digital and social innovation among young people.
The TCP Forum is part of the Youth@Work Partnership, alongside other projects tackling youth employability and entrepreneurship, organised by the 14 member Erasmus+ National Agencies and SALTO-YOUTH Resource Centres. You can learn more about Youth@Work at www.youthatworkpartnership.org and @YouthatWorkPartnership.

After almost two years, TCP Forum is back, this time residentially in Ioannina, Greece. In its topic, it has many elements in common with the two previous editions, the one in Cyprus in 2020, which was held online, and the one in Malta in 2021, which was canceled due to the pandemic.

Aim & Objectives

The aim is to foster digital and social innovation for social inclusion.

The objectives of the 7th Edition of the TCP Forum are:

  • Encourage collaboration and partnership building between youth work and other sectors of the social innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem.
  • Raise awareness of and promote the social inclusion dimension of social and digital innovation policies and practices.
  • Offer an opportunity for networking and sharing ideas, tools, methods, challenges and good practices.
  • Use social enterprise, social and digital innovation and non-formal learning as a way to encourage and enable young people to sustain their entrepreneurial life skills.
  • Encourage creativity, innovation, participation, solidarity, diversity and social inclusion of young people.
  • Provide information on Erasmus+ and other opportunities to foster social and digital innovation.
  • Strengthen the voice of young people, especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds, in the context of the European Year of Youth.


The activity is recommended for Youth workers, Trainers, Youth leaders, Youth project managers, Youth policy makers, Youth researchers, and professionals representing various fields of the market.

More information at: SALTO