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The ESF is funding tens of thousands of projects across the Union that make a real difference to the lives of millions of individuals. Here you can find some examples.

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Re-engaging teenagers who are NEET

Re-engaging teenagers who are NEET (17/10/2013)

In North London, a project gets disengaged young people back into education, employment or training by combining different actions tailored to individual needs.
ESF Contribution : £ 730 200 – Number of Participants : 413

Making learning cool

Making learning cool (24/06/2013)

The XtraVert course helps marginalised young people in Cornwall by teaching them practical new work-related skills in a stimulating environment.
ESF Contribution : 16 732.56€ – Number of Participants : 11

‘Place, train and maintain’: Getting people with learning disabilities into work

‘Place, train and maintain’: Getting people with learning disabilities into work (18/02/2013)

In Northern Ireland, a non-profit agency helps people suffering from learning disabilities find their way into the job market by providing tailor-made support services.
ESF Contribution : £906 768 - Number of participants : 368

Getting into new perspectives for excluded  young people

Getting into new perspectives for excluded young people (18/02/2013)

The Prince's Trust (UK) helps excluded young people get into work, self-employment, education, training or volunteering.
ESF Contribution : GBP 750 000 – Number of Participants : Over 40 000 participants per year

Helping young mums overcome barriers to learning

Helping young mums overcome barriers to learning (12/10/2012)

The YMWA project in Cornwall in the UK offers learning opportunities and personal support to young mums to allow them to tackle the barriers to learning and employment.
ESF contribution: £ 133 875 - Number of participants: 145