Youth UnEmployment project
The Youth UnEmployment project has been designed to help young people aged between 18 and 30 to increase their employability. In a context of crisis where youth employment has become a top priority for the European Union, the project seeks to lobby for the recognition of voluntary work and non-formal education as work experience. Indeed, students contribute to the society as volunteers but their work often remains unrecognised by their University and their future employers. Thanks to this forward-thinking project in the field of non-formal education recognition, young people will therefore be empowered to transform their skills and preferences into employment.
AEGEE is a students’ association with 15,000 members in 42 European countries that strive for a united Europe without mental borders and prejudices to other cultures. AEGEE focuses on youth participation, bridging all the parts of Europe and the inclusion of minorities and contributes to the debate on international politics, environment, culture, visa issues, education and a strong training course system.
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