• Exchanging and sharing skills, knowledge and experience related to youth work across the partnership and building the capacity of the organisations involved
• Developing a pedagogical legacy through the development of course materials that can be shared across the partnership and distributed beyond
• Exploring the ability of digital storytelling as a means of recognition and validation of non-formal and informal learning reaching policy goals through the provision of soft and hard skills for young people
• Investigating the comparative impact of digital storytelling workshops in different countries
• Increasing confidence and self-esteem in youngsters by raising awareness of the importance of key competences.
• To have raised awareness of youth of the importance of turning their life and working experiences in learning opportunities
• To increase at European and international level the importance of recognizing non-formal and informal learning, underlining the social, economic and cultural benefits for all community for the recognition of the rights of individuals to have their learning recognized
• To enhance visibility to the new EU policies, strategies and funding opportunities for youth
• To promote equality of opportunity for individuals to achieve recognition for their skills and competences, regardless of where these were acquired, so helping to establish a level playing field in education/training and the labour market
• To promote co-operation and a exchange of good practices involving different stakeholders.