Upgrade Youth Work
25 october -
Developing the youth sector is an important indicator in the dynamics of society and youth represent a valuable category in the context of a society in a continuous and fast changing. Kasta Morrely and 12 partners with experience in the youth sector aimed to strengthen the partnerships at European level to contribute to development of youth competences for a better integration on the labour market .
The Partnership Building Activity Upgrade Youth Work took place from 25 October to 2 November 2016 in Iasi, Romania and aimed to:
Enhance collaboration at international level among 13 organizations interested in developing projects addressed to young people, youth workers and youth leaders;
Create 3 projects drafts to be implemented within Erasmus + Youth to contribute to combating youth unemployment by recognition of competences on the labour market, initiative and entrepreneurship among young people, participation in civic and political life;
Developing the competences of 33 participants from 12 European countries in writing and management Erasmus + Youth projects.
At this parnership Building Activity will attend 33 youth workers participating from 12 countries: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Portugal, Turkey, Macedonia, Romania, Italy, Cyprus, Greece, France, Poland.
The project was dynamic and by its themes approached was fructified this international framework to create innovative ideas for projects to address the needs of development in the youth sector. Within the meeting participants worked in multi national teams and created 4 projects drafts with the following themes: recognition of competences on the labour market, initiative and entrepreneurship among young people, participation in civic and political life, intercultural dialogue and social inclusion.
The international meeting will was based on non-
The Partnership Building Activity Upgrade Youth Work aimed as results and impact on long-