ALDA officially kicked-off the local process of the project Breaking Down – Breaking Out (BDBO) last 26 March in Strasbourg. Aldo Xhani, coordinator of the citizenship programme and Giulia Campani, Project Management assistant, met Anouk Terrier, project leader of StartHop, and Gwenael Gradit, human resources manager of Régie des Ecrivains, to identify possible synergies to be developed at local level.

The meeting was an occasion to showcase successful practices already undertaken in Strasbourg to tackle adult unemployment such as CitéLab, promoted by StartHop, and “Labo des créateurs” launched by Régie des Ecrivains. The objective was to further strengthen such practices and develop them within the framework of the project BDBO.

The initiative aims to demonstrate and document how new learning strategies for long-term unemployed can empower adults to take action within the community. These low qualified Europeans are hit the hardest from economic pressures and this process provides simple and practice based guidance. The project is based on a simple methodology cycle, interfacing directly with the Community and named OBAMA (Orientation, Briefing, Ability, Meeting and Action).

Click HERE to know more about the project.

ALDA officially kicked-off the local process of the project Breaking Down – Breaking Out (BDBO) last 26 March in Strasbourg. Aldo Xhani, coordinator of the citizenship programme and Giulia Campani, Project Management assistant, met Anouk Terrier, project leader of StartHop, and Gwenael Gradit, human resources manager of Régie des Ecrivains, to identify possible synergies to be developed at local level.

The meeting was an occasion to showcase successful practices already undertaken in Strasbourg to tackle adult unemployment such as CitéLab, promoted by StartHop, and “Labo des créateurs” launched by Régie des Ecrivains. The objective was to further strengthen such practices and develop them within the framework of the project BDBO.

The initiative aims to demonstrate and document how new learning strategies for long-term unemployed can empower adults to take action within the community. These low qualified Europeans are hit the hardest from economic pressures and this process provides simple and practice based guidance. The project is based on a simple methodology cycle, interfacing directly with the Community and named OBAMA (Orientation, Briefing, Ability, Meeting and Action).

Click HERE to know more about the project.