“Empowering youth for decent work” is addressing the current challenges young people are facing at the labour market. It is focusing on young unemployed people, youth who are working in short-term, unstable and precarious conditions and young people who are already employed. Through the partnership established among different organisations addressing these topics, the project will offer space and opportunities to share knowledge, practices and approaches to working with youth. We will create new and innovative models addressing young people in order to introduce these topics to them and to other actors in this field, all with the aim to empower them in the transition from education to the labour market.
The aim of the project is to empower youth in the transition to the labour market and introduce them with the rights they have as unemployed, engaged in precarious work or in employment. Within the project we will compare the situation of young people living in Slovenia and Spain where the consequences of youth unemployment and precarious work are very prominent. Our main approach will be to address this issue with correlation to European policies influencing labour market and legislations.
Partners: Mladi Plus (SLO), UGT-Juventud Spanish National trade union confederation (ES)
The project is co-financed by Erasmus + Programme.