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Fair Employment

Young people with fewer opportunities finding work through youth work’ (‘Fair Employment’) is a 27-month long project targeting young individuals with fewer opportunities on the one hand, and public institutions on the other. EPEKA, social enterprise, pursues its mission of connecting youth work, social entrepreneurship and supporting labour market integration of the Roma community members. EPEKA delivers a series of educational and training activities, and hosts meetings, workshops and round tables with a view to improving employment opportunities for disadvantaged young people through youth work in organisations, gaining experience through work in social enterprises and encouraging the target group to participate in tailored workshops and other informal and non-formal educational activities. Particularly, the project focuses on young Roma community members and supports them through youth work in order to postpone their labour market integration. With the help of the project, the young with fewer opportunities gain skills, knowledge and competencies and the needed self-confidence that are indispensable for a successful labour market integration and finding a job. Additionally, the young broaden their horizons and learn that youth work, coupled with social entrepreneurship, is the right approach not only to tackling youth unemployment but also to improving society as a whole, and upholding work for common good and democratization.

Beneficiary: Association EPEKA

Programme: Operational Programme for the Implementation of the EU Cohesion Policy in the Period 2014-2020

Fund: European Social Fund

Project funding: EUR 340,000.00

EU contribution: EUR 229,999.80