YOPEVA – Young People with Values

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Objectives

  • To improve and scale up the good practice “Joven Valor”, a social and labour inclusion project addressed to NEET and promoted in Spain by FundEsplai
  • To elaborate a European vocational training and work experience for NEET
  • To foster and support the involvement of public and private stakeholders

Activities

  • Analysis of good practice “Joven Valor” and other national good practices on vocational training and work experiences for NEET 
  • Readjustment of such good practices to the local context, through the involvement of companies, public institutions and third sector
  • Design, development and promotion of a European vocational training and work experience for NEET

Resources

  • Analysis Report on Joven Valor
  • European NEET Programme on vocational training and work experience
  • Local NEET Programme on vocational training and work experience
  • Policy influence recommendations

Impact

  • +100 companies, public institutions and organisations involved in the European NEET Programme
  • +10 companies, public institutions and organisations involved in the local NEET Programme
  • +150 NEETs involved in the European NEET Programme
  • +30 NEETs involved in the local NEET Programme

Partners

The project

Project Number

Date of the project

15/01/2021– 14/01/2023

DG of reference

DG EAC, Erasmus+, Support for policy reform

Categories

Unit

Youth

Info & contacts

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E-mail

giuseppe.lafarina@cesie.org
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