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Fighting the youth unemployment
Start date: Jan 1, 2012,

The project will gather 28 youth workers/activists who didn't had a chance (or participated in less than 3 events) to participate in non-formal education events organized within the framework of the Youth in Action Programme, as well as in other similar projects and events dedicated to youth employment problems.Aim of this project is to allow them to gain knowledge and competencies, focusing on training of multipliers and on the development of future partnerships, networks and projects. Young men and women from Serbia, Macedonia, Romania and Bulgaria will be, on this occasion, offered an opportunity to participate in a 6-day long training, where they will be involved into intensive process of intercultural non-formal learning, where they will gain detailed knowledge of the Youth in Action programme and practical tools for improvement of one's personal, social and professional competence, how to stimulate mobility and active participation of unemployed young people, at the same time positively influencing their employability. Also, they'll learn and share cultures and way of living, will upgrade their personal capacities and, what’s most important, at the end of the project they will come up with initiatives and will create projects that will represent final products of the training course in which unemployed young people with fewer opportunities will be involved. Those projects will promote inclusion of unemployed youth in the society and combat with their employment problems.As a result of the project, more applications, especially in the domain of youth social inclusion in the YIA programme will be achieved. In this manner the project will introduce YIA programme and possibilities to all young people and organizations that will be in touch with the project and with the project results.

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  • Youth\Youth in action (2007-2013)\Youth in the World\Cooperation with neighbouring partner countries
  • Project on ERASMUS Platform

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