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Az ESZA által támogatott projektek valódi javulást hoznak az emberek életében és lehetőségeiben. Megnyitják a munka világának ajtóit és segítenek abban, hogy az emberek jobb állást találjanak.

Találatok megtekintési formája:

Building a better future for children and young people

Building a better future for children and young people (20/04/2016)

A programme in Portugal promotes the social inclusion of children and young people. Projects are supported in a range of areas including education, employment and citizenship.
ESF Contribution : EUR 366 730 (2007-2012) – Number of Participants : 2007-2012: ~20 000 participants per year

Tackling early school leaving in Portugal

Tackling early school leaving in Portugal (31/03/2016)

A project in Lisbon, Portugal tackles early school leaving in disadvantaged communities through a variety of measures, including behavioural counselling and additional training options.
ESF Contribution : EUR 907 541 (2007-2012) – Number of Participants : 2 000+

Helping the young unemployed build their own businesses

Helping the young unemployed build their own businesses (23/02/2016)

A programme in Madera, Portugal is helping young unemployed people start their own businesses by providing financial and technical support.
ESF Contribution : EUR 4 210 379 – Number of Participants : 100+

Sweet employment

Sweet employment (23/02/2016)

Thanks to the ESF-backed PEED programme, a formerly unemployed project leader was able to create and develop her own entreprise and employ 23 people.
ESF Contribution : EUR 4 210 379 – Number of Participants : 100+

Portugal’s One-Stop-Shops help newcomers settle in

Portugal’s One-Stop-Shops help newcomers settle in (19/01/2016)

A one-stop-shop service for migrants to Portugal provides access to a wide range of support. Customers can get help with issues like work, legal matters and family reunification.
ESF Contribution : EUR 4 990 000 – Number of Participants : About 360 000 service users per year

I love the community

I love the community (31/08/2015)

The Amo SAC project in Santo António dos Cavaleiros, in Loures, Portugal promotes the social, educational and vocational inclusion of young children and their families, who are mostly immigrants, in the community.
ESF Contribution : EUR 197,301.00 – Number of Participants : 490

Supporting the integration of immigrants to live dignified lives

Supporting the integration of immigrants to live dignified lives (31/08/2015)

The Portuguese Jesuit Refugee Service’s local support centre for the integration of immigrants is dedicated to receiving and integrating people in the Portuguese communities. The mission attends to and supports the immigrant with social and work contacts and during the process of voluntary return.
ESF Contribution : EUR 383,736.78 – Number of Participants : 1,215

Specialised training for young people to promote employability

Specialised training for young people to promote employability (31/08/2015)

The IPN training department works to promote the employability of young graduates, stimulating practical, creative and innovative application and better adaptation to the labour market.
ESF Contribution : EUR 439,297.60 – Number of Participants : 1,184

Maternity leave means work for unemployed women

Maternity leave means work for unemployed women (06/05/2013)

An ESF operation in Azores, Portugal is designed to help women back into the labour market through the use of short-term maternity leave placements.
ESF Contribution : € 1 226 589 (2008-2012) – Number of Participants : 554 women

Targeted help for local residents

Targeted help for local residents (22/04/2013)

A neighbourhood association is providing a place for residents to grow into a vibrant, culturally aware, productive community in the heart of one of Lisbon’s most socially challenged areas.
ESF Contribution : € 779 026 – Number of Participants : The neighbourhood at large, population 6 000

Boosting professionalism in the food sector

Boosting professionalism in the food sector (16/04/2013)

Highly successful training for the food sector in Portugal is seeing almost all its graduates find work.
ESF Contribution : € 6 762 075 – Number of Participants : 100 000

Building confidence in immigrant communities

Building confidence in immigrant communities (27/03/2012)

The Amadora city in district of the Portuguese capital Lisbon is home to many immigrants from former Portuguese colonies seeking a better life in the city.
Participants: 75 - ESF contribution: €66 150

Investing in Portugal’s youth

Investing in Portugal’s youth (29/08/2011)

A programme in Portugal provides young people with the chance to complete internships in companies abroad.
ESF Contribution : EUR 50 750 000 – Number of Participants : 5 000