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One-stop shop service for social inclusion and youth employability

A one-stop shop represents an innovative employability model, as it combines different training programmes for acquiring a set of skills that will facilitate the transition of youth from school to work.

This project is aimed at fostering employability and social inclusion of vulnerable young people in the cross-border region of Sandžak by increasing their employment competencies and helping them to network with small and medium-sized enterprises. This will be achieved through an innovative pilot programme featuring a one-stop-shop service, which is designed to help young people find employment.

This project is expected to help develop services that meet local employment needs of the youth from this region, which the local authorities in Sandžak have recognised as a  good practice model. The project will support 50 young people from vulnerable groups in the Sandžak area to acquire transferable skills in the field of information and communication technologies (IT) and entrepreneurship. Also, this project will support the development of up to 20 IT business ideas, 6 of which will be selected for further development.

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One-stop shop service for social inclusion and youth employability


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Montenegro: Rozaje, Berane, Bijelo Polje Serbia: Novi Pazar, Sjenica, Tutin




Centre for Youth Work, Novi Sad
Partners: Youth Office Novi Pazar; Youth Forum and Non-Formal Education Podgorica; Citizen’s Youth Initiative Rozaje

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Success story

22 unemployed persons from Danilovgrad find employment through EU project

Success story

One-stop shop service for social inclusion and youth employability

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Implemented by the NGO Monitor Center for Media and Democracy, with an aim to help reducing the level of peer violence against Roma youth. In order to raise awareness of peer violence against members of the Roma community, this sub-grant included production of several research articles. In the research process were also involved journalists from the Roma portal “Romalitika”.