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League of Creativity

Build collaborative networks for creating and managing cultural content, making your life projects viable and thus contribute to social transformation.


About The Project

“YW4CULT: From Talent to Competencies: How youth work can support cultural sector” aims to empower young individuals in the art and culture sectors by bridging the gap between their talents and essential competences. We believe that by equipping them with the necessary skills, we can enhance their resilience, job prospects, and career opportunities. Join us in transforming young talent into valuable competences for personal and professional development.

YW4CULT project’s activities include developing an assessment tool for young artists, creating an empowerment methodology, establishing an international network of trained youth workers, setting up functional Social Laboratories, and establishing a European network for sharing best practices and enabling collaborative initiatives in the art and culture sector.

The objectives of the project are:


Equip young people with the necessary tools and competences needed to build a cultural industry that is able to face unpredictable and adverse situations


Encourage and support the creation and consolidation of collaborative networks by young people for the empowerment of the creative sector, develop and test innovative learning methodology that supports the creative potential of youth, in each partner country and gather feedback for improvements


Increase their capacity for developing entrepreneurship works and encourage them to create new creative projects thus contributing to social transformation


Strengthen cooperation and exchange of information and good practices between different areas of Europe, put the bases for policy transformation of the cultural sector


League of Creativity in Numbers


How it Works

Search for new artists

Dig into "Vetrina of Young Professionals" by searching for new artists, creative businesses and cultural organizations.

Create your Profile

Create or update a public profile to ensure your creative practice is visible and counted as part of the European creative community.

Get Involved

Get Involved in ideas and resources on promoting the "League of Creativity" to your local level or contact us to schedule an information session related to your need.

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Recently Posted Opportunities

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    Associazione TDM 2000 ODV
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Target Group


Creative and Culture Sector



Public Agencies

Civil Society


Policy Makers




TDM 2000 Esti

TDM 2000 Estonia was established in December 2007 as an affiliated organization of Associazione TDM 2000 (Italy). In August 2008 TDM 2000 Estonia became a founding member of TDM 2000 International. [bg_collapse view=”link” color=”#4B338B” icon=”arrow” expand_text=”More” collapse_text=”Less”] Our mission is to promote non-formal education and international youth work and mobility through European educational programs. [/bg_collapse]


Association STREETBASKET was founded in 2009 and over 10 years of operation its main focus of activities has been on social inclusion of at-risk teenagers through involving them in sports activities.[bg_collapse view=”link” color=”#4B338B” icon=”arrow” expand_text=”More” collapse_text=”Less”] Its main and most visible activity has been organization of Ghetto Games – a street sports and culture movement that started in one of the socially most unfavorable districts of Riga (Grīziņkalns) in 2009 that was the lowest point of the economic crisis in Latvia. [/bg_collapse]

TDM 2000

“TDM 2000” is an independent no profit organization, that coordinates young people willing to cooperate in the voluntary sector, supporting them in developing personal and professional skills through experiential learning and non-formal education. [bg_collapse view=”link” color=”#4B338B” icon=”arrow” expand_text=”More” collapse_text=”Less”]Main fields of interest: youth policy, entrepreneurship, human rights, democracy, intercultural learning, active citizenship, non-formal education, international cooperation, local development and migration. [/bg_collapse]

Urban Style

JJ-Street Dance Company (JJ-Street) was established in 2003 by street dancer Joel Juht aka JJ. JJ-Street is the first and the biggest street dance school (and community) in Estonia. [bg_collapse view=”link” color=”#4B338B” icon=”arrow” expand_text=”More” collapse_text=”Less”]JJ-Street is also the only one youth organization in Estonia which unites young people who are involved in urban or street culture. We have in our organization almost 3000 members and 1500 students taking dance classes.[/bg_collapse]


Institute of Entrepreneurship Development (iED) is a Greek non-profit organization committed to the promotion of innovation and the enhancement of the entrepreneurial spirit.[bg_collapse view=”link” color=”#4B338B” icon=”arrow” expand_text=”More” collapse_text=”Less”]  Established in 2005, iED is a certified leading Center of Excellence in European entrepreneurship and a fast-growing Digital Innovation Hub, registered as member of the European Commission’s catalogue of DIHs.[/bg_collapse]
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