KMOP is participating in the Erasmus+ project Youth Regained, which aims to identify the basic life skills and competencies that young offenders lack, hindering their employability. The project’s goal is to design a specific training program to enhance these skills and support ex-offender children in transitioning to adulthood and integrating into the labor market. The program will also work to eliminate stereotypes related to the employability of child offenders after their release.
The project partners, including Centrul pentru Promovarea Invatarii Permanente (CPIP) from Romania, KMOP from Greece, Social Innovation Fund (SIF) from Lithuania, SYNTHESIS Research and Education Centre from Cyprus, Accion Laboral from Spain, and REDIAL from Ireland, met in Timisoara, Romania, on March 17th and 18th, 2022, to plan the project’s implementation in each country.
Learn more about the project and its activities by reading the 1st Youth Regained Newsletter.