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Within the MoreThanAJob project, funded by the ENI CBC Med 2014-2020 programme, CESIE is looking for an external auditor for the tasks of expenditure verification for the project. Interested candidates are invited to send their applications to...
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“As an advice I tell youngsters as me to follow a path full of experiences, because that will be the thing you will never forget, that will be the thing that will enrich you to find the true path of your life”. Mustapha shares his exchange experience in France with the project “Refugee Light”.
“This has challenged me to work harder towards my abilities and talents, and also prepared me to be the director I always wanted to be when I finally leave for Los Angeles, Hollywood”. Angeline shares her EVS experience in Palermo with the project REC.
“A lot of friendships were born in that context and it was difficult to say a melancholic “goodbye”, but surely this is the proof of an absolutely successful project”. Maria Lucrezia shares her exchange experience in Madrid with the “Be Art” project.
The current report presents the national situations of the profiles and perceived needs of third-country national women victims of trafficking, support service providers and employers, as well as the rights, available services women can benefit from and employability services in Italy, Greece, Romania and Spain.
This training manual has been developed as part of the ‘International Citizens for Local Perspectives’ project.
These policy recommendations are the final result of key activities, conducted in the frame of the Erasmus+ project NE(W)AVE: reNEWable E-Vet learning.