Start / End Dates: 01/03/2022 to 01/03/2024
KA220-YOU - Cooperation partnerships in youth
- Brief Intro - Target group - Activities - Results - Partners
HEY project addresses the challenges young people, especially those with fewer opportunities face today, especially with the COVID-19 crisis, which may lead to social exclusion in the fields of education, labour market, living, health and participation in the society. The project aims at contributing towards the empowerment of young people, mainly those with fewer opportunities, those returning back to their country of origin from abroad, and regionally attached youth by:
a) supporting their positive engagement in building more equal and inclusive communities through innovative and transnational youth initiatives;
B) improving the existing local youth work practice of the youth leaders and operators, through quality and sustainability of digital youth work and online and blended training and the recognition of the vital role the youth sector plays in helping young people recover from detrimental effects, overcoming poverty of hope, and to mitigate the impact of the Pandemic; and
c) improving successful school-to-work transitions, as a potentially powerful way of weakening the intergenerational transmission of poverty and reducing inequality.Throughout the project a variety of activities will be organised and implemented under the following categories:
A1 - Project Management - activities with the aim to ensure the implementation of the project activities in high quality and within the allocated time and Budget;
A2 - Project Quality Management Activities with the aim to ensure quality of the project results and implementation process through quality assurance, monitoring and control procedures;
A3 - Project Dissemination, Exploitation and Sustainability Activities with the aim to raise awareness of the project and involve target groups and stakeholders in the project activities, thus ensuring further exploitation and sustainability of the project results;HEY is focused on the following main target groups to achieve these objectives:
1) Young people who are in the process of integrating into the society as active citizens, socially and financially independent. Targeting mainly: a) Returnees to their country of origin, including students, financial migrants and those who are regionally attached, namely (students, EU financial economic financial migrants returning to their country of origin), and those who are regionally attached, who are in the process of re-integrating into society and becoming active citizens. both at a social and financial level.. b) NEETs (16,5% of the pop. Eurostat 2018), including unemployed, and others facing social/cultural or/and financial obstacles, including - youth suffering from substance abuse, youth from minority ethnic, racial, religious backgrounds, youth with disabilities.
2) Youth workers and professionals working with youth, including job advisors, coaches, and their NGOs, including Educational hubs, youth NGOs, social services providers and other institutions.
Partners: Organismos koinonikis politikis kai drasis (Cyprus), Promimpresa Srl (Italy), Association des agences de la democratie locale (France), Agis note et innove (France),
Proyectos sociocultural es (Spain), Associacao juvenil da linha de cascais rota jovem
(Portugal), and Redial Partnership (Ireland).
Contact: Anna Bellan - email@example.com