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EURIBOR

Promoting sustainable measures to empower young women

The EURIBOR project focuses on the transfer of know-how and best practices in the areas of work and employment prospects for young people. Specifically, it aims to reach women aged 24-29 living in precarious situations in rural and semi-urban areas. 

Project objectives

The project aim is to address the individual needs of young women in order to remove barriers to active participation in education or work. A success factor for this is European project partners who work with disadvantaged young people at regional level and who are able to take into account the risk factor "periphery".

  • Transnational and regional cooperation of the project partners with the relevant local actors
  • Proactive outreach work
  • Individual, socio-pedagogical approach to the assessment of skills
  • Psychological, employment and social service counselling in relation to various aspects of life concerning barriers to participation in education and work
  • Employability programmes consisting of on-the-job training, online courses and online entrepreneurship programmes, complemented by mentoring

Through the mix of these measures, EURIBOR will improve the employment situation of young women, increase the number of young women experiencing social inclusion and strengthen transnational cooperation on labour market issues.

ÖJAB supports the project as an expertise partner and passes on know-how from its work experience with the target group to European project partners .

Project partners: Poland (coordinator), Italy, Spain, Bulgaria, Malta, Slovenia

Expertise partners: Austria, Germany

Project duration: November 2021 to January 2024

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The project is funded by the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment.