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As part of the SMELT project, the Center for Democracy Foundation organized free workshops in order to strengthen the capacity and increase the knowledge of participants as far as their labor rights concern, while encouraging them to actively participate in the labor market.

With much enthusiasm, more than 30 participants took part in the workshops, joining the training, organised from 14 to 22 December 2021. Developed  through two modules, the workshops was held both on line and in presence (hybrid form), so that to allow participants to attend this training opportunity regardless of their location.


Center for Democracy Foundation organized free workshops in order to strengthen the capacity and increase the knowledge of participants as far as their labor rights concern


From a general perspective, the goal of the training was to increase the level of knowledge of participants on:

  • the structure of unemployment;
  • the labor market in the EU and Serbia:
  • areas where the percentage of workers is critical;
  • the position of vulnerable groups;
  • the importance of training, education, and skills of active job search and networking and
  • the role of social media in job search, participation in job interviews.

The above-mentioned topics were tackled and explained by lecturers and trainers, experts in the field of labor rights, trade union representatives and civil society organizations.

Finally, these series of meetings and training had a positive impact on participants, ad on the overall project!

 

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The project is implemented in cooperation with 8 partners – Samarcanda società cooperativa sociale Onlus, Italy; SSOU Mosha Pijade, Northern Macedonia; SYNTHESIS Center for Research and Education Ltd, Cyprus; Asociación Mar Violeta, Spain; Sdruzhenie Yuni Partners, Bulgaria; European Association for Local Democracy (ALDA), France; Ecor International SpA, Italy and the Center for Democracy Foundation, Serbia. The project is funded by the European Union through the Erasmus + program.

[Thank you to Center for Democracy Foundation for the news]