On the 22nd of March Save the Children Association Iasi, Romania organized a Stakeholder workshop, activity that is foreseen in CODE Project – “Competence Opportunities for Digital Employment”.
Representatives from public and private institutions (NGO’s) from Iasi were present. This meeting focused on 2 topics. The first topic that was discussed was about the possibility of creating an interinstitutional network between the entities present in order to recommend young vulnerable people that they work with to access project CODE’s training courses. The second part of the meeting focused on the motivational part, the aim was to gather other models of good practice in working with vulnerable youngsters or young adults from the institutions that attended this meeting. Also the discussions have led to aspects regarding how to create an attractive and friendly environment for the persons who will attend the training courses.
Project CODE benefits from 2 314 015 euro grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA and Norway grants Fund for Youth Employment. It is jointly implemented by 8 partners from Bulgaria, Latvia, Romania, Italy, Estonia and Greece and its duration is 3 years. The main project objective is to provide opportunities for a quality employment to vulnerable young people at poverty risk.