The project aims to mobilise resources and acquire knowledge about how to use voluntary work as an efficient means for rebuilding confidence and self esteem, thus helping our clients to proceed towards social inclusion.
The partners will research and exchange about experiences, methods, tools and funding they can use in order to provide volunteers with pathways to improve their know-how and competences and thus facilitate by this means our target group’s transition from voluntary activities into the labour market.
The target groups are mainly school drop-outs and youths who’ve finished school but are without employment or training, as well as migrants and middle-aged women who struggle with unemployment, economic problems and are therefore endangered by social exclusion.
The project will develop methods of implementing, coordinating and validating non-formal learning taking place in voluntary activities.
The learning partnership’s aim is to helping strenghten the motivation of citizens to profit from voluntary work as a means opening up alternative possibilities to improve knowledge, skills and employability.