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Learning By Doing recognised as inspiring practice by European network StartNet Europe [editar]

The European network StartNet has gathered the inspiring practices of its member organisations to support young people in the transition to employment.

19/08/2019
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Learning By Doing recognised as inspiring practice by European network StartNet Europe

This publication contains 11 examples of successful practices, from career guidance to vocational training and work-based learning, that illustrates the diversity of solutions aimed at supporting and empowering young people on their path to employment.

These solutions are as diverse as young people´s realities but share a common success factor: they are all part of a broader strategy around which various stakeholders communicate and cooperate and as a result, the different targeted actions complement and reinforce each other, enabling young people to understand and easily access the information and services they need.

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One of the practices included in this publication is Fundación Secretariado Gitano´s programme, Learning by Doing, a mixed model of training and employment, run in collaboration with companies, that is aimed at disadvantaged young Roma under 30 who are not in work or education. With a 40% employment rate this programme shows that Roma youth unemployment can be beaten. Learn more about our programme.

 

StartNet Europe is a platform for the exchange of good practices, mutual and collective learning that focuses on young people’s transition from education to work. The platform brings together 15 multi-stakeholder initiatives from 10 European countries.

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