The Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe will cooperate with the Youth Department on this project, providing advice and assistance where possible.
The partners in the co-management system of the youth sector, namely the Advisory Council on Youth and the European Steering Committee on Youth, attach great importance to the issue of social cohesion and inclusion. They will be naturally involved in all phases of the development of the project as well as in the monitoring and evaluation. The involvement of the CDEJ will also potentially trigger the involvement of national authorities from the member states.
Co-ordination with the European Youth Foundation and other international donors in the support of participants’ projects will be sought.
Research will also have a relevant role throughout the project, and an advisory group, including youth and social policy researchers will accompany the process of development of both the LTTC and other activities in the project. Researchers will have both an advisory role, as well as a role in drawing evidence from the interventions included in the Enter! project, for future use.
The European Youth Forum and international youth organisations, particularly but not exclusively those addressing social exclusion, are also important partners in the LTTC. It is expected that stronger partnerships will be created both in order to associate more closely international youth organisations with the project, as well as in order to identify participants in the LTTC.
Connections with other projects, like the ones of SALTO Youth Resource Centre on Inclusion and Participation and SALTO Inclusion, will be sought.