Maribor hosts the Third Meeting of the European e-YOUTH project

Maribor hosts the Third Meeting of the European e-YOUTH project

The European project e-YOUTH has held its third transnational coordination meeting in Maribor (Slovenia), on 5 and 6 July 2023, in which the Provincial Federation of Associations of People with Physical and Organic Disabilities of Seville (COCEMFE Seville) has participated.

At the meeting, the progress achieved was presented, and it was agreed to finalise the ‘deliverables’ within the main activities of the project, such as the map of competences needed for professionals working with young people with disabilities and those who do not study or work.

The methodology of community outreach services for people with fewer opportunities was also demonstrated. To this end, a manual and a game have been produced to help professionals detect the needs of this group. This methodological game called ‘Forest of decisions’ has been developed by the project coordinator, SUPPORT Girona.

To conclude the event, the SUPPORT Girona staff explained that the project’s website will present all of this in an “interlinked” way.

e-YOUTH, co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union, has as its main objective to promote the social inclusion of young people with disabilities with complex needs and fewer opportunities (NINIS), so that their human rights are respected, as well as to contribute to the construction of the identity of people at risk of exclusion by developing concrete actions to implement the European Pillar of Social Rights.


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