Raise awareness among young NEETS on the issue of environmental sustainability, involving them in training activities in the field will be one of the objectives that will affect the 16 workshops promoted by the local associations of Jordan, Lebanon, Tunisia, France and Italy.
This comes as part of the project RESMYLE ‘Rethinking Employement and Social inclusion of Mediterranean Youth’ through sustainable development funded by the ENICBCMED 2014-2020 Program.
The workshops will take place between September 2021 and June 2022, and will see the participation of 12 neets (young people who do not study, do not work or are engaged in training activities) who will be involved in initiatives to support local communities.
RESMYLE is a EU-funded project that aims to rethink the employment and social integration of Mediterranean youth through sustainable development.
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