Young Women & COVID

It’s been over a year since the first cases of COVID-19 appeared in Europe, resulting in several national and regional lockdowns and thus shrinking economies, increasing unemployment rate, reducing working hours, causing massive job losses, and more. Some say that the pandemic and the crisis that follows will increase poverty and inequalities, but we are…

Research Excellence Programme – YOUTH IMPACT Czechia

Hledáme mladé výzkumníky a výzkumnice ze státních i soukromých organizací, univerzit a neziskových organizací. V současné době vypisujeme výběrové řízení na získání grantu z programu Excelence v rámci projektu Youth Impact.    Základní předpoklady vhodného kandidáta a kandidátky do programu Excelence: minimální bakalářské vzdělání věk max. do 35 let zkušenosti se sběrem dat (kvalitativních, kvantitativních) a evaluací zájem…

YOUTH IMPACT Courses in Moodle

Youth Impact Evaluation Courses focused on Employment of people 15-24 on the Moodle platform of the project are being completed as the workshops in 3 Youth Impact partner countries progress. For past 2 month, YOUTH IMPACT team has been carrying out blended learning courses for no less than 24 paticipants in each country: Czechia, Poland…

YOUTH IMPACT blended learning courses on evaluation had been launched in Slovakia!

YOUTH IMPACT partner team from PEDAL Consulting in Slovakia also launched the blended learning courses on impact evaluation of project and actions focused on employment of young people (15-24)! Two intitial on-line workshops were held last week, accompanied by our e-learning courses on Moodle platform. Trainers Silvia and Jana created fun videos from both workshops…

Common Ground Camp

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our lives in an unprecedented way. The world as we knew it, no longer exists. The need to provide easy access to healthcare and education services, basic income security has become more urgent than ever. On top of that, the potential of digitalization to protect and improve health and wellbeing…

Enter to Transform – An International Project to Support Entrepreneurship Actions of Recognized Refugee Re-Starters

Together with an international consortium of French, Dutch, Irish and German partners, FIAP e.V. has been implementing the project “ENTER to Transform” since April 2020 to support start-ups and entrepreneurial activities of disadvantaged groups – in this case recognized refugees from North-West Europe (NWE). The project is funded by the Interreg NWE program. In order…