More than 3,500 young people will have the chance to be more actively involved in the labor market, to get a job, to improve their knowledge and skills, to gain work experience, entrepreneurial skills, to start their own business. Special focus is on young people who find it more difficult to enter the labor market, such as young people without qualifications or insufficiently qualified, young people without employment and from particularly vulnerable social groups (young people with disabilities, people with disabilities, Roma population, rural youth, etc.) , young people who have not been educated or who have not undergone any training or course, young people who are beneficiaries of social assistance or long-term unemployed.
The project “European Union Support to Active Youth Inclusion” is managed by the Ministry of Finance – Department for Contracting and Financing of EU Funded Programmes (CFCU), while the institutional beneficiaries of the project are the Ministry of Labour Employment, Veteran and Social Affairs and the Ministry of Youth and Sports.
Through EU investment in technical assistance, it is expected to strengthen the capacity of institutions and organizations at the local level, to establish better cooperation between institutions so that they can better respond to the needs of young people, but also to increase the scope and quality of their services.