On 5 December 2013, László Andor, Member of the EC in charge of Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, was in Sweden to visit two projects funded by the European Social Fund (ESF).In Lund, he visited the project "ComUng", which aims to catch young adults outside of society and guide them to become self-supporting individuals by mobilizing recourses from the projects collaboration partners. In Malmö, László Andor visited the project "Boost by FC Rosengård", which focuses on young people aged between 16-24 in need of support during the transition from school to working life. The project offers health activities, training of entrepreneurial skills, education in the Swedish and English languages and in mathematics and also individual competence development and training in working places.
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||Exterior view of the ComUng building in Lund, Sweden
||Arrival of László Andor, Member of the EC in charge of Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion
||László Andor is welcomed by Eva Ewetz, Project leader of ComUng
||László Andor attending a presentation of the ComUng project
||Presentation by Andreas Carlsson, Regional Director of the ESF Council in Southern Sweden, on the ComUng project (4 shots)
||Presentation by Eva Ewetz on the target group of ComUng (young adults living in Lund, aged between 16 - 24 years, who need information guidance when searching for jobs), and the aim of the project (2 shots)
||László Andor listening
||Cutaway of a photographer
||Leo, former visitor of the ComUng café, steps up and begins to talk about his own experiences as he started to visit the ComUng café three years before; about the benefits of meeting people of his own age in the ComUng café; about the benefits of also meeting adults who could help him in his searchfor jobs and in his communication with the unemployment office and municipal authorities (4 shots)
||Presentation by Joakim Tranquist, from Tranquist Utvärdering, about the ESF having added to the already existing actions taken by the Lund Municipality and re-enforcing the interventions having already been made.
||Exterior view of a building in Malmö
||Arrival of László Andor, welcomed by the organisers (4 shots)
||Young adults sitting in a ring, talking; and László Andor listening and talking with Filippa Engstrand, Acting Project Manager of Boost by FC Rosengård (8 shots)
||László Andor talking with with Filippa Engstrand anf Sylvia Morfiadakis, Project leader of Boost by FC Rosengård (3 shots)
||László Andor in discusion with Sylvia Morfiadakis and Filippa Engstrand around a table (3 shots)
||Anton Forsell explaining his experience from the Boost by FC Rosengård, and the fact that he didn't have any experience at all in working or trying to get a job, he didn't know anything about the working life when he came to Boost by FC Rosengård. (2 shots)
||László Andor and Sylvia Morfiadakis listening to Sara Amin's story (2 shots)
||Discussion between László Andor and members of the organisation of Boost by FC Rosengård and Sylvia Morfiadakis and Filippa Engstrand (7 shots)
||László Andor receives a scarf of the FC Rosengård on which is written "Champions", as a present
||László Andor leaving the ESF Malmö Youth project Boost by FC Rosengård