Well – youth project

The focus is on providing support resources to address the well-being of unemployed young people, disrupted by the pandemic crisis of COVID-19, by developing skills and competencies to combat social stress, anxiety due to lack of work, developing financial education skills for efficient and optimal management of financial resources, developing the ability to know how to manage time to face all social challenges, strengthening the ability to interact/communicate with others and actively participate in the life of society. Doing so intends to provide youths with the necessary tools and competencies to develop their well-being/mental health and innovative solutions to face new risks and challenges, both in personal, educational, and professional contexts.

The project is also aimed at youth workers who are also facing these pandemic challenges of their target group, so we want to create a methodology adapted to the new pandemic and digital context that offers optimal solutions to facilitate quality education & social inclusion has given the new standards in all educational contexts: formal, informal& non-formal. The new methodological and curriculum design and component for career guidance that the Well-Youth project aims to develop takes into account all these motivating aspects for youth: the curriculum adapted to the hybrid environment with a dedicated strategy (teaching methods, form of organization, tools, and support materials) in order to create a new educational climate adapted to the current requirements of society and focused on finding optimal solutions to support the well-being and mental health of unemployed youth affected by COVID-19.

SEEVAL Project meeting in Malta

The University of Malta organized the 4th project meeting in Malta from October 6-7, 2022.  Project officers and teachers from the participating partners from Bulgaria, Greece, Italy, Romania, and Austria discussed topics ranging from impact assessment to dissemination activities as well as to organizational issues on the final conference in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, in November 2022. Moreover, the next steps and activities for the last couple of months were discussed.


Fashioration in Albania

Fashion and inspiration! Looking back to the fashion traditions of the Balkans in order to create modern fashion designs. These are the main topics of the Fashioration project which celebrated at the beginning of October its second transnational training workshop in Tirana, Albania.

Young fashion designers from 5 different Balkan countries (Greece, Serbia, Albania, Bosnia and Montenegro) came together in the capital of Albania and shared their knowledge and expertise on fashion creation. In workshops, they have created their own fashion items.


The LEADEXT project began in Poland

The first meeting if the LEADEXT project was organised in Radom, Poland at the 7th and 8th of April 2022. The kick-off meeting was hosted by the Radom Chamber of Commerce and Industry with the participation of partners from Poland, Denmark and Greece.

The city of Radom, around 100 klm from Warsaw is known for its history and its tradition in metalurgy. Many important metalurgic companies are concentrated in the region and we had the chance to visit, Azz, one of the most important of them, and discuss their strategy for recruitment and development of employees in the welding industry.

The aim of the LEADEXT project is to train specialists working in Vocational Education in order to develop the relations between VET and the enterprises.