Negotiate Overcoming early job-insecurity in Europe

Relevant Youth Projects

EXCEPT –  Develop effective and innovative policy initiatives to help young people in Europe overcome labour market insecurities and related risks

Move – Mapping mobility – Pathways , institutions and structural effects of youth mobility in EU

YmolbityYouth mobility: Maximising opportunities for individuals, labour markets and regions in EU

Myplace – How young people’s social participation is shaped by the shadows (past, present and future) of totalitarianism and populism in Europe

PartispaceSpaces and styles of participation: Formal, no formal and informal possibilities of young people participation in European cities

EUth – European youth information and counselling agency

SocIEtYSocial Innovation – Empowering the Young for the Common Good focuses on and integrates disadvantaged young people into the research process to improve their quality of life and to foster social innovation.

RESL.euReducing early school leaving in the EU

CITISPYCE – Combating inequalities through innovative social practices of, and for, young people in cities across Europe

MYPLACE –  How young people’s social participation is shaped by the shadows (past, present and future) of totalitarianism and populism in Europe

MyWEB – Measuring Youth Well-Being

STYLE – The aim of this project is to provide a comprehensive understanding of the causes of very high unemployment among young people and to assess the effectiveness of labour market policies designed to mitigate this phenomenon.

CUPESSE – Cultural Pathways to Economic Self-Sufficiency and Entrepreneurship: Family Values and Youth Unemployment in Europe

SAHWA – Empowering the young generation: towards a new social contract in South and East Mediterranean countries

POWER2YOUTH – Freedom, dignity and justice: A comprehensive approach to the understanding of youth exclusion and the prospects for youth inclusion and overall change in the South and East Mediterranean

OURSPACE – EU initiative for young people to express, debate and meet

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