Termine zur internationalen Jugendarbeit
Lets talk about jobs
The aim is to give overview what structures are working in order to support young job-seekers. During the visit participants will visit different structures and the focus is in best practices, empowering, sharing experiences and partner finding.
The project aims to bring together a group of likeminded professionals from different countries and discuss best practice in tackling Youth Unemployment.
This study visit will bring youth workers from Europe to exchange practices and give them an overview how the local structures are working in order to support young job-seekers and how different actors in the field are co-operating (non-formal learning, school sector, special youth work, private sector)
Themes will include
Ensuring a smooth transition from education to workplace
Providing lifelong guidance for young people furthest from the labour market
Ensuring safe and decent jobs for young people
Understanding the Disconnected Youth phenomenon in Europe and its economic and social costs
Looking at actions of engagement to help disadvantaged young people who suffer more than most in times of economic downturn
The social wefare/poverty trap
Exploring the global dimension of youth employment
Local national and European responses what works.
Tipperary Regional Youth Service