The Life Skills curriculum was developed in 2018 by Aflatoun International for the EU4Youth project ‘Employability and Stability’. The curriculum aims to support youth coaches in conducting activities for life skills development, and covers topics such as conflict resolution, gender rights and financial literacy. Most importantly, it promotes youth confidence and self-recognition of their personal skills, as well as their potential contribution to future economic activities.
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