EU4Youth Analysis of the enabling factors for social inclusion of youth in Georgia
December 15, 2021

EU4Youth Analysis of the enabling factors for social inclusion of youth in Georgia

This research was conducted under the EU4Youth project ‘Enhancing Youth Education, Employment and Participation in Conflict-affected Areas in Georgia and Ukraine’.  Through examining the following separate but interconnected three dimensions: youth participation in community life, the social protection mechanism in support of NEETs, the potentials of how marginalised youth can access basic state programmes for humanitarian-type of support as a poverty alleviation measure, the study collects and presents the sound basis for possible application of Ultra Poor Graduation Approach in Georgia (UPG) that puts special emphasis on addressing the needs of those facing vulnerabilities and social exclusion in society.



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