Few articles of dissemination of results for the Seminar on Circular Economy and Employability of disadvantaged Youth

Article in Bulgarian by Bozhidara Stoyanova, Kristian Mihaylov, Martin Ranchev: В началото на юли Euro- training – гр. Стара Загора изпрати ас. Мартин Ранчев и студентите Божидара Стоянова и Кристиян Михайлов на десетдневно международно обучение в Страсбург, Франция. Темата на на тренинга беше „Economie circulaire et employabilité des jeunes défavorisés“()- “ ”, организиран от френската […]

Success Stories

A success story highlights the successful project of somebody, linked to the global topic (in this case it was mobility and the Erasmus+ program) in order to inspire others. These success stories were made in the frame of the Erasmus+ program to promote mobility and inspire youth, showing you different paths in this domain. You […]

TC: Inclusive growth and employability

The training course “Inclusive growth and employability of young people with fewer opportunities” within the framwork of European Erasmus+ Programme was organized in Strasbourg, from October 1st to 11, 2014, with 12 European partner countries (France, Spain, Sweden, Italy, Portugal, Greece, Bulgaria, Turkey, Estonia, Croatia, Norway and United Kingdom) in order to reinforce youth workers’ […]

TC: Participation and inclusion of disadvantaged young

The training course entitled “Participation and inclusion of disadvantaged young” which took place in Strasbourg from June 21st through July 1st 2014, gathered  youth and youth workers from eight different countries in Europe, North Africa and the Caucasus – France, Italy, Sweden, Turkey, Ukraine, Georgia, Morocco and Algeria. The overall aim of the training course was to train and empower […]

Forum on Youth Participation

Forum of good practices on youth participation and e-participation was organized in Strasbourg from 3 to 11 May 2014 with eight partner organizations from France, Bulgaria, Spain, Italy, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia and Jordan. The forum aimed at opening new horizons for young participants and their associations to other practices by discovering and analyzing new tools for […]