EU-funded RESMYLE project soon to implement 6 eco-incubators

February 3, 2021
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The third steering committee of the EU-funded RESMYLE project has released the strategy of intervention to implement 6 eco-incubators in Tunisia, Lebanon, Jordan, Italy and France by April 2021.

Besides, the web portal to raise awareness on Sustainable Development for NEETs through practical activities to develop is almost ready and the training platform to train professionals on how to organise a field training workshop is running.

The RESMYLE project aims to rethink the employment and social integration of Mediterranean youth through sustainable development. It is based on two findings: firstly, the difficulties of professional integration of young people in the Mediterranean, in particular for NEETS, are increasing. Secondly, the challenges of environmental protection in the Mediterranean create many new needs in the Mediterranean territories that are largely unfulfilled now, particularly in the lack of skills in some fields: waste sorting, eco-mobility, risk prevention, etc.


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Countries covered:

  • Jordan
  • Lebanon
  • Tunisia