Solidarity for Youth Employment: Collective Solutions, Cooperatives&Initiatives

Solidarity is of great importance in today's constantly changing socioeconomic conditions.

Especially the solidarity among vulnerable young population enable them to cope with any crisis environment (economy, health, etc.) more strongly.

For this reason, the project proposal aims to meet the
following needs.

1)To produce alternative solutions to the unemployment problem of young people with active social participation,
2)Increasing the self-awareness of young people and
specifying their personal competencies / abilities against skill mismatch,
3)Dissemination of solidarity and collaborative working models (such as cooperatives and social enterprises) among young people,
4)Ensuring that young people could take collective
responsibilities both socially and economically (eg social initiatives).

We plan to be a total of 10 partners within the project. So far, there have been requests from partners from southern countries and they are being evaluated.

We expect partnership requests from Nordic countries (Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Germany, The Netherlands, France)

Thank you and Best regards...

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We're looking for:
5 more partners
from Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries
Deadline for this partner request:

Contact person: Gamze Gonca


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Project overview

Solidarity for Youth Employment: Collective Solutions, Cooperatives&Initiatives is a project by
The Governorship of Ankara
taking place
from 2021-01-01 till 2022-06-30
This project relates to:
Youth Exchanges, Training and Networking, Capacity Building, Meetings between young people and decision-makers
and is focusing on:
  • Coach for Youth Initiative
  • Intercultural dialogue
  • Policy-making
  • Sustainable development
  • Unemployment/employability
  • Youth policy
This project can include young people with fewer opportunities like
  • Social obstacles
  • Economic obstacles
NEETs and Undergraduate Students with Socioeconomical Obstacles And Unemployed Youth

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