Erasmus+ outdoor youth exchange in Azerbaijan

Hosting organisation from Azerbaijan: “Common Sense” Youth Organization

Participants from Azerbaijan & Türkiye country: 5 participants + 1 team leader

Erasmus+ YE – 01-10 July 2023 in Azerbaijan

Deadline – 24 May 2023 | 23:59 (Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted by email)

Transport cost for Türkiye– 275 Euro (this cost is considered to be spent for tickets which is economic and environmental. It is not for personal use!)

Participation fee – 15 Euro ( this fee is requested by the hosting organisation for local transportation)

NOTE: 100% of the accommodation, food and transportation during the project will be covered with the support of Erasmus+. 

How to apply: Please read all information clearly before filling out the application

The project:

The main aim of this project is to raise young people’s awareness and empower them on the importance of mental health as an integral part of personal health through outdoor education.


– talking about how the climate crisis affects mental health
– spreading knowledge among young people about what mental health is, identifying its components, recognizing challenging situations for mental well-being
– informing and fostering the discussion among young people raising awareness of the importance of mental health and reducing stigma
– building a community of informed young leaders recognizing the importance of active participation and promoting mental health activities in their communities
– giving youth tools to engage and mitigate mental health issues linked to the climate crisis

For detailed information, please click on InfoPack.

Participants profile

Participants  are expected to have the following profile:

  • who are aged 16-25 (team leaders can be over 30)
  • who are less experienced on topic
  • who are motivated to discover camping and can bear challenges
  • who are interested in learning and doing research on the project subject
  • who are able to build good relations with other participants from different cultures
  • individuals who are motivated to organize or participate in follow-up activities following the project
  • who have socioeconomic, geographical, and educational obstacles and face low levels of social inclusion
  • communication language skills in English (it is important for being able to interact and network with other participants). However, weak English skills are not disqualifying potential participants and tailored solutions will be sought case by case