TRAJECTORYA is a non-for-profit, non-partisan, and non-governmental training organization.

It was established with the aim to promote life long learning and non formal education as tools for enhancing human dignity and intercultural dialogue.

Trajectorya provides training and consultancy to non-governmental organisations and educational institutions working with young people, educators and adult learners. More information about Trajectorya, here.

Contact us at trajectory@trajectorya.ee


View our page on Gender Mainstreaming in Youth work gender.trajectorya.ee

View our page on Euro-Mediterranean co-operation euromed.trajectorya.ee



Current Open Calls:

Living Libraries for Dialogue: Euro-Mediterranean Intercultural Dialogue

The training course will take place from the 6th till the 13th August 2016 in the south of Estonia (Tartu and Otepää)

Living Libraries for Dialogue  will bring together a group of 25 youth workers and educators from communities around the Euro- Mediterranean area (Practitioners from Estonia, Jordan, Lebanon, Lithuania, Catalonia, Tunisia, Turkey and Italy)  for a six days interactive training course that will explore the challenges of a meaningful intercultural dialogue and will develop youth work competences on preparing, implementing and evaluation Living Library actions in the public sphere  thus promoting intercultural citizenship education.



Deadline to receive applications: 6th June 2016


Mainstreaming Gender: Call for practitioners

The International Meeting is designed for practitioners, youth workers and educators to exchange of best practice aimed at mainstreaming gender in youth work through Human Rights Education and Non-Formal Education methodologies.

The meeting is part of the Erasmus+ Key Action 2 mid-term project “Boys don’t Cry…? Mainstreaming Gender in Youth Work” and it is promoted by a consortium of organizations in Lithuania, Catalonia/Spain, Turkey, Italy, Romania, Czech Republic and coordinated by the training organisation Trajectorya from Estonia.

Call for practitioners closed.


For further information about previous activities, click here.