This will be an eight day (7-14 of October 2014) residential training course hosted in Wroclaw, Poland.
“European Youth Labour Mobility Week” will be a training course for youth workers and youth leaders.
High youth unemployment rate in south, lack of work forces in north, misuse of workers, inequality of domestic and foreign workers, lack of information about rights and possibilities… This is just the top of the iceberg of issues that European Labour Market faces today. European youth labour mobility offers many possibilities to unemployed young people from Bulgaria to Ireland, from Portugal to Estonia. This Training Course will offer youth workers and young leaders from 9 EU countries possibility to learn how to promote labour mobility, how to help young people to find information and use tools provided by European Commission such as EURES, Erasmus plus, guaranteed rights and limitations, what support young people working in other member state can get, etc.
Participants gain leadership skills and develop local, regional, national and international projects consenting youth labour mobility, and will also get introduced to role of the EU in our everyday life. Program of the Training is adapted to the needs of participants and contain various forms of non-formal learning methods such as simulations, brainstorming, work in the groups, debates, presentations, etc. Project gathers representatives of youth organisations and organisations working with youth from Italy, United Kingdom, Lithuania, Romania, Malta, Netherlands, Macedonia, Croatia, Poland and will be held from 7th till 14th of October 2014.