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Equal chances for labour market
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European Training
Equal Chances
for Labour Market

Kasta Morrely Association organized the international training Equal Chances for Labour Market, in Iasi, Romania between 10-18 November 2015 with the participation of youth workers and youth leaders from Bulgaria, Greece, Italy, Latvia, Macedonia, Poland, Portugal, Romania.

The project aimed to:
1. Train the participants as resource persons in developing employment skills of youth from disadvantaged groups;
2. Improve the teaching skills of the participants
3. Improving the quality, attractiveness and the European dimension of activities that attract to the labor market young people from vulnerable groups;  
3. Development of a Guideline (guidebook) with non-formal tools dedicated to facilitating the integration of young people into the labour market, equal opportunities and social inclusion through employment;
4. Increasing European cooperation between youth NGO's and developing the organizational capacity;


Examples of topics addressed: equality of chances, social cohesion, youth with fewer opportunities, labour market integration and European policies, development of competences, organization management, organization strategy development, non formal education, dissemination methods etc.

Examples of methods used:
analyzes, presentations, interactive training sessions, exchange of good practices, portfolios, application of inclusive non-formal tools, workshops, brainstorming, debates, self analysis.  

The participants made
an exchange of good practices in non formal methods and tools and apply them with youth from rural areas from Iasi.

The participants received
specialized training kits and Youthpass certificates.

Within the project it was created a Guideline
(guidebook) with non formal methods and tools to integrate youth on the labour market, to promote the equality of chances and social inclusion through employment.

Photos from the workshop
Photos from the training
 
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