Call for projects – A lot of interesting assignments


We are offering a lot of interesting and unique assignments for the call for projects. Unfortunately, we cannot publish them all, but we are delighted to present the most outstanding projects on our blog, today:

„ Fit for mobility“.



During „Fit for Mobility“ 32 young Poles, Germans, Czechs and Romanians from children’s homes and SOS Children’s Villages deal with possibilities of mobility within the EU. During trainings, workshops and discussions they discover how the EU as well as other state and private sponsors support the mobility of young people. They get to know how to look for and how to use international training. They deal with tools that can help them to have their part in the European mobility which is until now mostly dominated by middle-class youth. The project empowers them by showing how to participate in European mobility. The skills acquired during “Fit for Mobility” increase their chances on the job market.


 
Joanna Szaflik, Kreisau-Initiative e.V., Germany

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hi. Can you explain what you mean by "Fit for Mobility" - is this about migration between EU nations, or about daily movement within the community that they children and youths live?
cheers

"Fit for Mobility" is a programme to empower young Poles, Germans, Czechs and Romanians from childrens’ homes and SOS Children’s Villages to deal with the European and private supported exchange programmes. The project empowers them by showing that they can also participate in European mobility. The skills acquired during “Fit for Mobility” increase their chances on the job market. The training consists on Empowerment training, workshops on various meanings of mobility and on concrete possibilities of participating in international exchange, activities on inter-cultural learning and discussions on mobility.