Youth Guarantee: to ensure young people get job offers and continued education

The EU is working to reduce youth unemployment and to increase the youth-employment rate in line with the wider EU target of achieving a 75% employment rate for the working-age population (20-64 years)

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Eve – the single information point on European education, training, culture and youth projects

ImageLet yourself be tempted by the fruits of the projects we finance!

Eve is the single information point on European education, training, culture and youth projects. It showcases
thousand of projects and their results, from the Culture, Youth and Lifelong Learning Programmes
(Erasmus, Leonardo Da Vinci, Comenius, Grundtvig, …).
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Youth in Action contribution to youth employment – a new project compendium just published

European Commission logoOne in five young people in Europe cannot find a job. The lack of quality employment opportunities threatens an increasing number of young people with a sense of exclusion

There is no single remedy, but there is a need for wide-ranging efforts to seek solutions. The EU programme Youth in Action is a valuable part of these efforts, with its focus on learning through experience. A newly published brochure ‘Youth Employment’ gives some examples of how non-formal learning and Youth in Action contribute to building up young people’s knowledge and skills, and give them a glimpse of what it requires to seek and hold down a job or to become an entrepreneur.

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Discussion about financing model for non-governmental organizations and the establishment of the NGO fund in Latvia

On January 5, 2012, the director of the secretariat of the Society Integration Foundation, Mrs. Aija Bauere particitapted in discussion on Latvian Radio about financing model for non-governmental organization and the establishment of the NGO fund in Latvia. As noted by Mrs. A.Bauere “Presently it is very important to ensure qualitative participation of society in decision making in various levels – both nation and local. Therefore it is  essential to strengthen the non-governmental sector. To achieve this objective – stable funding for the sector is of importance now and in future”

Link to Latvian Radio archive

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New Student Radio in Latvia

Riga Stradins University (RSU)  in cooperation with the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in the Baltics has set up a student radio “speak louder”, which opened on February 10, 2011.

Student radio “speak louder” archive mode will be played all day, but live four times a week – from Tuesday to Friday from 19.00 to 21.00.

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Fundraising for great Winterfest festival in Riga

Winterfest – Herman Braun Foundation’s annual International music festival. It is being held from  November till the middle of February. The first one took place in 1999. Winterfest is rather a set of concerts to celebrate the occasions of Christmas in December, New Year and Orthodox Christmas in January, consequently, and the regular anniversary of Herman Braun Foundation in February.

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International Baltic Ballet Festival 2011

16th International Baltic Ballet Festival in 2011- from April 11. to 19.!

Youth and national minority initiatives, education and integration progress society continues cooperation with one of the best known international festivals in Latvia and abroad – the International Baltic Ballet Festival.

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