Sectors: Citizenship, Education - Training, Employment, Human Rights, Social Affairs, Youth
Beneficiaries: Agencies Chambers, Corporations, Development NGOs, International Organisation, Local and Regional authorities, Non-profit organisations, Research centres, Schools, SMEs, Training centres, Universities
Regions: Candidate countries, European Union
Category: Call for proposals
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Responsible: European Commission
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The present call for proposals aims at funding innovative transnational projects to test and implement innovative policy schemes and delivery mechanisms that will ensure and facilitate a swift labour market integration of the specific target groups of third country nationals.
Priorities and funded actions:
– To promote the development and testing of innovative and effective mechanisms to ensure fast-track integration into the labour market;
– To develop sustainable multi-level partnerships models conducive towards the integration of the targeted groups into the labour market;
– To foster knowledge- and experience-sharing between different Member States of already functioning swift and successful insertion mechanisms into the labour market of the targeted groups, with a strong emphasis on the challenges faced by women.
Among financed actions
– Cover the different dimensions of a fast integration of the target groups;
– Challenge stereotypes as to gender roles among migrant communities and ensure that work practices promote gender equality and do not reinforce gender stereotypes, segregation and inequalities;
– Specific training for teachers and for other bodies involved in the project to ensure a focused support to the target groups;
– Language courses, including evening classes;
– Integrated courses combining languages and professionals skills;
– Specialised/individualised support by trained professionals;
– Mentoring programmes, including mentoring at workplaces;
– Access to services such as childcare and other care facilities.