The PROCEED project is dedicated to fostering social and economic inclusion for marginalized NEETs (Not in Education, Employment, or Training) aged 17 to 26. Focused on civic engagement and job training, PROCEED aims to enhance the employability of disadvantaged youth in Greece, Italy, Germany, and Cyprus.
- The PROCEED partners will create an open toolkit for youth workers, offering guidance and tools for their daily work.
- Target beneficiaries will undergo pilot model training.
- Additional activities include transnational meetings, multiplier events in all countries, and the establishment of a Community of Practice.
- Migrafrica (Germany)
With experience in integration, resource mobilization, capacity building, and youth-led initiatives in Germany and Europe, Migrafrica contributes PROCEED project with grassroots insights and coordination expertise.
- International Rescue Committee Hellas (Greece) www.rescue.org/Hellas
IRC Hellas, is part of the IRC global network of offices, whose mission is to help people whose lives and livelihoods have been shattered by conflict and disaster. In PROCEED IRC Hellas ensures smooth collaboration and brings expertise in supporting labour market integration for disadvantaged families and youth.
- CESIE (Italy) www.cesie.org
CESIE is a non-profit and non-governmental organisation that is committed to promote the cultural, social, educational and economic development at local, national, European and
international levels. CESIE supports PROCEED project with expertise in promoting youth entrepreneurship and employability.
- RESET (Cyprus) https://resetcy.com/
The purpose of RESET is to promote a fair and nonviolent world through education, restorative dialogue, skill development among professionals and vulnerable groups, and constructive action. RESET enriches the partnership with its extensive network.
The project aims to improve the knowledge and capacity of 80 youth workers and practitioners through training, provide exchange study visits for 12 youth workers, support 80 marginalized youth through the PROCEED model, involve 175 participants in multiplier events, and hold 3 meetings for the Community of Practice.