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European Educational Work

Nurturing the European Idea and Overcoming Barriers –

The focus of these projects is on migrants, individuals who have been granted refugee status, and young people and adults with learning disabilities and/or social and emotional difficulties as well as people from disadvantaged social backgrounds. These projects bring together individuals from different countries and promote tolerance as well as participation on the part of young people and adults who enjoy less opportunities than their peers.

Current EU projects of ÖJAB

Co-AGE Volunteers

Promotion of intergenerational cooperation and volunteering between Austria and Slovakia
zoom meeting of project participants

The vision of the Co-AGE Volunteers project is to establish a cross-border network of regional actors.

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Transnational knowledge exchange between trainers of low-skilled adults in multiple European countries EUpTrain
EUpTrain-Attendees at a Online-Conference.

Transnational network and knowledge exchange between organizations from several EU countries to develop a sustainable manual for trainers of low-skilled adults, with at least 2 years of working experience.

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Career cOnsulting and Mentoring skills caPAcity building for youth workerS working with NEETS
Project kickoff meeting in Sofia. Photo: CATRO

This project aims to improve youth work’s impact on the education of NEETs while also placing a focus on NEETs’ labor market integration.

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Mobilna Presernova

A mobility project from Ljubljana

A mobility project of the economics and business school Ekonomska šola Ljubljana & Europass Mobility – an important EU certificate.

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Innovative Approaches for Home Caregiver
Participants at the kick-off meeting in Mesagne, Italy.

This project aims to improve collaboration with similar organizations in Europe as well as exchange proven procedures relevant to (home) caregiving and caregiving personnel.

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Youth Workers 2.0

Advising and schooling of youth workers
Participants at the kick-off meeting at the BPI of ÖJAB in Vienna.

Advising and schooling of youth workers all over Europe in the use of ICT tools and digital working methods.

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Encouraging students to pursue grassroot sports activities outdoor in an Eco-friendly manner
Fahrradfahren im Wald

The project aims at promoting and developing sports that are compatible with nature and the environment.

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Drop Out Prevention Skills
Project kickoff meeting at ÖJAB’s BPI in Vienna.

Exchange of experience between youth education organizations on dropout prevention-related themes.

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Europe through young eyes

Exchange, Explore, Exhibit
Project kickoff meeting in Germany. Photo: Stiftung Evangelische Jugendhilfe St. Johannis Bernburg.

This project aims to cultivate meaningful active citizenship, raise political awareness, and deepen social inclusion among youth.

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Counter Hate

Youth Workers against Online Hate Speech
Members of the project at the kick off meeting in Malaga.

Support for Youth Workers in dealing with Online Hate Speech

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Ascertaining the skills of migrants and refugees
Participants at the kick-off meeting of ALMIT from 11.02. - 14.02.2018. Photo: University of Sofia.

The core idea of this project is to develop an innovative model for ascertaining the skills of migrants and refugees, thus making it possible to support this target group’s swift integration into the labor market.

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International Youth Activities and European Education


BPI of ÖJAB – Training Center Vienna
Längenfeldgasse 27/A/3
1120 Wien

Phone: +43 (1) 8107382-15

Gruppenbild: Sebastian Frank, MSc (Projektmanager, Nationale Projekte und Europäische Kooperationen), Oliver Böck, MA (Projektmitarbeiter, Nationale Projekte und Europäische Kooperationen) und Julia Probst, BA (Projektmitarbeiterin, Nationale Projekte und Europäische Kooperationen). (v.l.n.r.)Sebastian Frank, MSc (Projektmanager, Nationale Projekte und Europäische Kooperationen), Oliver Böck, MA (Mitarbeiter Projektmanagement, Nationale Projekte und Europäische Kooperationen) und Julia Probst, BA (Mitarbeiterin Projektmanagement, Europäische Kooperationen). (v.l.n.r.)