Resources

Trust-based partnership models to empower youth


Innovation


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Innovation tools, techniques and approaches support you to be more creative, collaborative, and human-centered. Every entrepreneur, business and organisaton faces problems, both big and small. To tackle those problems, you need to devise creative, innovative solutions faster than ever.

How do people actually become more innovative? There are so many ways to be innovative that identifying the best approach to a certain situation can be overwhelming. The tools and techniques outlined here provide a more structured and simple way for innovating and problem solving. These approaches are flexible and multiple methods can be combined in different ways as needed to tackle specific problems and challenges.

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Country Reports


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The aim of this report series is to gather and present relevant data on NEETs in Greece, Italy, Spain and Poland with the purpose of informing decision-making in the context of the project: “YES!” funded by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment. Coordinated through a cooperation of eight partners, the project aims at improving the employment situation of young people neither in employment nor in education and training (NEETs) through innovative approaches and the partners’ transnational cooperation on labour market issues.

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Impact Assessment


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This deliverable presents schematically the work assumed under WP6 “Impact Assessment” to develop an impact assessment framework tailored to the objectives of the TPM-RYE projects and the needs of partners. It presents the developed Theory of Change, continues with a graphic representation of the impact assessment framework and concludes with the supporting tools and questionnaires prepared to collect necessary data and information. Implementation partners have been trained accordingly and are ready to use the framework, tools and questionnaires.

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Toolkit Box


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This document is a practical guide (a toolkit) that can be applied in different regions, countries and for diverse target groups. It can be used by researchers as well as practitioners wishing to design employment and entrepreneurship programs aimed at improving the employment situation of young people neither in employment nor in education and training (NEETs).

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Interviews with experts


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Interviews with mentors and experts about the access to labour market and entrepreneurship.

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Exploring the impact of voluntary business mentoring on young entrepreneurs


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Youth Business International (YBI) is a global network of independent non-profit organisations which help young people to start or grow sustainable businesses, which create jobs and strengthen communities.

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