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In this section you can find all the resources developed in the framework of the project.

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


MeWe leaflet EN NL SL IT DE SW

The policy briefs

Click here to access the European policy brief.

The national policy briefs are available below:




The Switzerland policy brief is also available in FR, IT, DE

The ME-WE Model briefs

Click here to access the European ME-WE Model brief.

The national ME-WE Model briefs are available below:



The manual for multi-stakeholders’ actions to support young carers

The reviews of policy and practice

Click here to access the D2.1 Final report on case study analysis of policy, legal and service frameworks in six countries (ISBN 978-91-987588-0-1).

Click here to access the D3.1 Consolidated strategy and theory report (ISBN 978-91-987588-1-8).

The videos

The project partner Kalaidos University of Applied Sciences has developed a short film explaining the ME-WE project goals and activities. See below the English version:

And the German version:

The ME-WE/young carers Repository

The online Repository of Evidence on multidisciplinary approaches to support AYCs in Europe – available to all, from policy makers and scientists to local interest groups – acts as a hub where relevant stalekolders can access valuable information on young carers and get inspiration. It is populated with entries under three main categories: Research; Policy and Law; Practice.  It includes the research findings, the policies/legislation and the good practices identified through the ME-WE project, as well as updates on young carers from other projects/sources.

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