Raising employment chances of social disadvantaged young people.
Young people from disadvantaged families, ethnic minorities or families with a migration background have lower chances of social, cultural and labour market integration. Their chances even lessened in many European countries in the last years. The project RE-Chance addresses young people from disadvantaged families, young delinquents and young people with migration background in the partner countries Austria, Germany, Poland, Bulgaria, Portugal, Italy and the Czech Republic. The projects aim is helping these young people developing their social skill through different training modules and outdoor activities.
Counselling parents, teachers and youth workers in possibilities how to improve social skills is a further important aspect of the project.
“RE-CHANCE. Raising employment chances of social disadvantaged young people” is a Leonardo da Vinci project (2009-1-AT-1-LEO05-0001188) funded by the European Union with a duration of 24 months (autumn 2009 – autumn 2011). The Re – Chance partnership consists of eight partners in 7 countries.
Re-Chance project is also registered in the official EC database ADAM (http://www.adam-europe.eu).
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