Upskilling digital competences and career management skills of disadvantaged youth in Georgia, Armenia and Moldova
The Action will be implemented in Georgia (Adjara, Imereti, Samegrelo and Zemo Svaneti regions), Armenia (Shirak, Lori and Tavush regions), and Moldova (Chisinau, Cahul and Ungheni reg regions).
The Action reaches out to young people in particular to those with fewer education and employment opportunities and engages them in the activities that will foster their participation in the labour markets and democratic life. Thanks to that, formal and non-formal structures and initiatives for career and digital skills development will be strengthened to provide quality and relevant services to disadvantaged youth. In addition, active participation of youth, including disadvantaged youth, in democratic and socio-economic life will increase.
To support the upskilling of disadvantaged youth including young persons with disabilities and persons who are not in education, employment or training in terms of digital competencies, career management skills, networking and partnership.
The Action reaches out to young people in particular to those with fewer education and employment opportunities and engages them in the activities that will foster their participation in the labour markets and democratic life.
1. The existing state and civil society organization-based employment support services strengthened to include digital career counseling.
2. The technical capacity increased and guidance to civil society organizations working with disadvantaged youth including persons with disabilities and persons who are not in education, employment, or training provided to upskill target groups in digital competencies to enhance their employment.
3. Active participation of youth in democratic and socioeconomic life by increasing awareness of the opportunities and risks of digitalisation, cyberbullying, and counter disinformation supported by exchanging the experience between civil society organizations, career advisors and young people in EaP countries.
Moreover, 75 career advisors will improve their skills to deliver quality career counseling services to disadvantaged youth.
Moreover, at least 18 civil society organizations from three EaP countries will improve their competencies in the delivery of digital career counseling services and digital skills capacity-building trainings.