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EU4Youth – Better skills for a better future

Project Description
The "EU4Youth – Better skills for a better future" project contributes to developing the entrepreneurial potential of disadvantaged youth, ensures their increased access to education and training opportunities for greater employability, as well as advocates for coherent and cross-sectoral youth policies at local, regional and national levels.
Specific Objective
The Project aims to reinforce entrepreneurial potential, education opportunities and social partnerships for young men and women, particularly the disadvantaged, through non-formal education, training and active networking and advocacy.
Expected Results
- Improved key development competencies of youth to boost their skills, knowledge, attitudes and behaviours as economic actors in the labour market.
- Increased employability and civic participation of disadvantaged youth through sustainable employment creation and entrepreneurial opportunities.
- National cross-cutting youth policies are effective, gender sensitive and inclusive through youth engagement in multi-stakeholders policy dialogue.
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PROJECT DETAILS
Regional
Priority Area:
Partnership that creates, Partnership that empowers, Partnership that creates
Subsector:
Youth (entrepreneurship & skills development), Civil society, Employment and entrepreneurship
Topic:
Youth, Civil society, Business
EaP Countries:
Armenia, Georgia, Ukraine
Project Status:
Completed
Start Date:
01.02.2018
End Date:
01.02.2020
Implementing Organisation:
Children And Youth Development Fund (GE), Stichting Save The Children Nederland (NL), Oxygen Foundation For Protection Of Youth And Women Rights (AM), Cf Slavic Heart (UA)
Funding by the EU:
€1 500 000
EU Project Number:
394-581

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