Eurodesk is a European information network for young people that provides information, advice, and support on opportunities for mobility, participation, and non-formal education in Europe. Eurodesk aims to raise awareness among young people about the opportunities available to them and to support their active participation in society. The network is made up of more than 800 organizations and outlets in 33 countries, including national and regional youth information centres, youth organizations, and schools.

Eurodesk provides information on a range of topics, including:

  1. Mobility opportunities, such as study and work abroad programs, exchanges, and volunteer projects

  2. Youth participation and democracy, including opportunities for young people to get involved in local and European decision-making processes

  3. Non-formal education, including training, workshops, and summer schools

  4. Erasmus+ and other EU funding programs for youth

Eurodesk also offers support and advice to young people and organizations, helping them to access and make the most of the opportunities available to them. The network is part of the EU's efforts to promote active citizenship, increase mobility and participation, and support the development of young people.