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Hello & welcome! We're excited and thankful to have you participate in this survey focusing on the EU Youth Programmes and their collaborations with neighbouring partner countries.

What is this survey about?

The EU Youth Programmes have paved the way for partnerships between programme countries (EU Member States and third countries associated with the programmes) and neighbouring partner countries (third countries not associated with the Programme but bordering the EU). If you want to learn more about neighbouring partner countries, please read along here. This survey explores key aspects of the partnerships delineated above. This research is carried out by the RAY research network as part of the RAY NPC research project, in close cooperation with the regional SALTO Resource Centres and BEYOND BORDERS, the long-term strategic activity of National Agencies on neighbouring partner countries.

Why should I take part?

You were invited to this survey because you were part of a project involving neighbouring partner countries either as part of the project team or as an organisational contact person.

Your contribution will help to improve and further develop the partnerships delineated above.

How will we handle your response?
Your answers are fully anonymous. We will not ask you for any personal details that could identify you. We use the open-source survey software LimeSurvey for this survey. We do not track your online behaviour in any way. We use only first-party, non-persistent cookies so that we do not lose any of your answers until you submit all of them. We do not store your IP number used to access the survey, or the referrer URL that brought you here. If you wish, you can also use a TOR browser to access the survey.

How long will this take?
It will likely take less than 10 minutes to respond to the survey, but some questions might also make you think a little longer. Thank you very much in advance for your time!