In this section you can find all the resources developed in the framework of the project.
For the moment, here you can access the project leaflet, videos to promote the project and the Repository. At a later stage, you will find also the following publications:
Policy briefs and layperson briefs on adolescent young carers’ profiles, context and interventions (one at EU and 6 at national level).
Layperson briefs on project methodology and evaluation results (one at EU and 6 at national level).
Booklet for AYCs with practical information and advice about the added value and impact of caregiving as well as tips and tools to communicate with peers and educational, health and social care professionals
Manual for stakeholders (service providers, practitioners, school teachers, journalist, media, policy makers) with an overview of the situation and challenges facing AYCs across Europe.
The Project Leaflet
The Project leaflet explains in a clear and concise way the rationale of the project, its aim and objectives. In details:
- Who are young carers and how many young carers are there?
- The impact of caring on young people’s mental health and wellbeing and their life chances
- Towards improved resilience and enhanced social support for adult young carers
- The Me-We objectives
- The Project Partners
The leaflet is available in different languages. Click on the one you want
The project partner Kalaidos University of Applied Sciences has developed a short film explaining the ME-WE project goals and activities. Click here for the English version and here for the German version.
The Good Practice Repository
This repository will be populated with scientific and policy evidence on multidisciplinary approaches to support young carers in Europe, available to all, from policy makers and scientists to local interest groups.
It builds on the Eurocarers repository, where a special tag called Me-We has been added. The evidence collected through the Me-We Project will have this tag, so that the Project related results can easily be found.