MoMoEU: More Monitoring action in the EU! – Website


This project is co-funded by the European Union (Erasmus+, KA2, Cooperation partnerships in youth).
Project number: 2022-1-DE04-KA220-YOU-000089918
Project development: 15/12/2022 – 14/10/2024

Partner organisations:
mafianeindanke e.V. – Germany (leading partner)

Eine Welt e.V. Leipzig – Germany

Fondazione Gruppo Abele Onlus – Italy

Libera. Associazioni, nomi e numeri contro le mafie – Italy

Echanges et Partenariats – France

Mano Europa – Lithuania

Center for Knowledge Management – North Macedonia

Transparency International España – Spain

The MoMoEU website is finally online!

We are proud to launch the website of the project “MoMoEU: More Monitoring action in the EU!”: discover innovative digital tools to educate youth on community-based monitoring and the fight against corruption.

The interactive portal developed by MoMoEU-partners offers participatory materials and digital tools specifically designed for young people aged 15-25 from different national and social contexts. With MoMoEU, youth workers can engage young people in transparency and corruption prevention issues, through offline, hybrid or fully digital (remote) activities. All educational contents follow a two-fold educational approach, guiding youths to self-reflect on power dynamics and personal integrity (section “How to monitor yourself”), as well as empowering them to monitor their surroundings, hold decision-makers accountable and advocate for the common good (section “How to monitor the common good”).

We believe that fighting corruption can be a challenge within everyone’s reach. Momo the cat, our project mascot, is the exceptional guide of the portal, which accompanies the user through an educational path to empower young people to become active against corruption and to be the change makers in our society.

momoeu website banner

MoMoEU is the result of a partnership of eight no-profit organisations in Europe, combining the expertise of anti-corruption activists, with the skills and methodologies of youth workers, youth facilitators, pedagogues and psychologists. The project was co-funded by the European Union under the Erasmus+ programme.

What will you find on the MoMoEU website?

  • Videos, simplified theoretical contents, examples from everyday life and questions to encourage reflection around the topics of integrity culture and anti-corruption civic monitoring;
  • more than 30 non-formal educational activities to engage young people in a wide variety of settings, from the classroom to summer camps, from youth exchanges to association meetings;
  • 2 educational escape games where players will come face to face with many ethical dilemmas, complete FOIA requests, structure advocacy campaigns and much more!

Visit to discover all digital resources!