In Europe there is a high rate of young people at risk of exclusion by educational, social and economic shortages, dropout and difficulty in joining the labour market. It is necessary to promote the participation of these young people in educational programs that prevent their social exclusion and promote their employability.
This situation has joined the massive entry into Europe for refugees from countries in war State in search of asylum. The Member countries of the Union undertake to help these people, but the collaboration of entities with sufficient capacity of work and reception is necessary for this to be really effective and do not originate a discrimination problem.
Three entities of three countries of the Union, that work with young people with fewer opportunities, including refugees, will share their experience with the objective of promoting high quality work in the field of youth that respond to the needs of the most disadvantaged through new methodologies that incite these young people to participate in educational programs that promote employment and social inclusion.
The target group that is leading the project are the workers of the three participating entities that work with young people with fewer opportunities for educational, social and economic deficiencies and refugees seeking asylum.
The need for the project to promote employment and social inclusion of young people with fewer opportunities, including refugees, is a problem common to the whole of the European Union. Each participating entity faces this need from its specific scope and based on the idiosyncrasies of his country, but it is a problem that seriously affects Europe, project Welcome to Europe comes before the need for Exchange of practices and methods to increase the capacity of organizations working in the field of youth at transnational level and address solutions that benefit the Union on the basis of the priorities of the strategy 2020: reduce the risk of social exclusion, preventing early school leaving and increasing employability and grant asylum to refugees.
Promoting high quality work in the field of youth that respond to the needs of the most disadvantaged through new methodologies that incite these young people to participate in educational programs that promote employment and social inclusion.
The project aims to achieve the following specific objectives:
1. Train workers in the area of youth, through the exchange of practices and methods.
2. Develop improved methodologies and effective programs that reach young people with fewer opportunities.
3. Promote the active participation of young people with fewer opportunities in educational programs that promote employment and social inclusion
4. Increase the capacity at transnational level of the participating entities.