Salus Space is the place where the volunteer camp will take place; Salus is the result of a European project, coordinated by the Municipality of Bologna with the participation of 16 partners, which won the first call of the UIA (Urban Innovative Actions) programme. Salus is a multi-functional centre with housing, art and craft workshops, a theatre, a study centre, an emporium, a farmers market, vegetable gardens, an inn and above all a community. The aim is to experiment with a space for sustainable co-existence and collaborative manage-ment in which the social inclusion of migrants and refugees is combined with a vision of intercultural welfare and active citizenship capable of overcoming the logic of assistance by category. Salus Space is managed by a Temporary Purpose Association made up of six Third Sector organisations: Eta Beta social cooperative (as leader), Acli Provinciali di Bo-logna APS, Aquaponic Design, Cantieri Meticci, Cefal Emilia Romagna, IRS Istituto per la Ri-cerca Socia-le. Each reality shares its knowledge and experience, in a co-management that puts the idea of collaboration at the centre.The idea of collaborating with IBO comes from sharing multiple values such as cooperation, integration and inclusion, collaboration and sustainability to build a world of Peace. The idea behind the project is to respond to the needs of the people living in Salus (inhabitants, citizens, ATS) by weaving relationships with young people from different places in Italy and Europe. The volunteers who participate in this experience will make handicrafts and artistic artefacts to make Salus even more welcoming, and will help in the management of the ve-getable gardens and green areas. Previous experience in using work tools and artistic mate-rials as well as mastering handicraft techniques is certainly an added value for the success of the project. In addition, an attempt will be made to participate in the cultural programming that will be organised in Salus on those days, both as labourers and as spectators. Finally, the course will be accompanied by moments of sharing and discussion on the experience lived to-gether and on the values that IBO and Salus convey; these moments will be organised by a team of volunteers who will coordinate the project together with the project manager. It is therefore envisaged that part of the afternoon and evening time could be devoted to a con-viviality, possibly co-designed with the volunteers themselves, in which there would be space for moments of play and reflection in the group.