Growing in Insight-Ability of Mobility
“Growing in Insight-ability of Mobility” (GIM) is a capacity building project involving 4 partners from Romania (Babilon Travel), Italy (Mine Vaganti NGO), Argentina (Circulo Raices Sardas) and Peru 8Brigada Voluntarios Bolivarianos de Peru).
The specific aim of GIM is to build competences of youth workers in order to empower inclusion, active participation and entrepreneurial skills of fewer opportunities youth, as well as youth who have minor disabilities, from South America and Europe, excluded on behalf of their impairment, social status, financial status or education.
Our objectives are (1) fostering empowerment – active participation and sense of entrepreneurship of fewer opportunities youth and (2) promoting social inclusion of this target group aged 18 to 25 years old in their countries through developing comprehensive NFE educational methods and techniques by deploying a complementary set of knowledge, experience and specialised competences embedded in the different partner organisations and regional approaches.
In the same time we are bridging involvement of successful entrepreneurs and youth/social workers and the target youth for inspiring entrepreneurial dialogue and action taking amongst NGOs and their beneficiaries. Visit https://alliedexperts.com. The applicant and Peruvian NGO will involve youth who have minor visual impairment.
Youth unemployment: considering the statistics of Eurostat the rates of unemployment among youth in RO are 20,6% and in IT 37,8%. At the other end of the World Peru rates at 16,3% and Argentina 22,1% according to World Bank.
Youth at risk of poverty and social exclusion: the situation of poverty among youth is critical around the World, and taking into account OECD report 2016 Argentina rates at 17% and Peru 20%, but the numbers can be higher due to relative statistical data from the authorities. In the European countries Eurostat measured in 2014 the risk at 44% in RO and 35,2% in IT.
Youth with any disability: according to WHO, over a billion people (15% of the World’s population) are estimated to live with some form of disability. According to Eurostat 2014 young people reporting a disability (aged 15-34) not in employment and not in any education rates, with longstanding health problem and basic activity disability RO 75%/ IT 48%, and limitation on the basic activity RO 62%/ IT 40%.
According to the World Bank Report on Disabilities in the Latin American Continent in 2010, the percentage of people with disabilities is at 10% of the population across the continent.
Our planned results after the implementation of this Green Leaf project are the following:
– Report on Entrepreneurship Best Practices
– Video Tutorials
– Format Training Course
– Youth Exchange
– Job shadowing