The mobility of Youth Workers in Greece is successfully completed. From 26 of April to 2 of May twenty youth workers from Greece, Cyprus, Romania and Hungary were met in Komotini in the frame of Erasmus Youth project “Cultural heritage as a path in migrants’ inclusion” in order to expand their knowledge and inhance their tools in their work with young people with disadvantaged backgrounds, including newly arrived migrants.

Youth workers familiarized strategies for promoting inclusion, they familiarized the historical-economic-social context of the countries and linked cultural-religious findings to the present day. They also critically read about the monuments, understood the cultural and humanitarian aspect of religions and they justified religious, theological and political motives behind the inspiration of art creators. Through this mobility participants discovered their peers’ cultural and religious heritage and got prepared for their work with young people and especially with young people with migrant background.