4 months in Italy, Greece or Portugal, focus on Med cooperation
Brussels - Last days for the EU-funded project 'Capacity Building Relay Race' (CaBuReRa) call to young palestinians willing to have an experience abroad after studies.
CaBuReRa will offer 5 Palestinian youth workers (aged between 25 and 35) the opportunity to develop their professional skills during a 4-month period in Italy, Greece or Portugal in a comprehensive training in project cycle management and on issues related to Mediterranean cooperation.
According to the Enpi website (www.enpi-info.eu), the participants will be involved in different activities: 4-month training abroad at one of the partner's organisation (2 to Italy, 2 to Portugal, 1 to Greece), expected to start between September/October 2014; E-distance tutoring when a second group (young unemployed) will receive training, which will consist of weekly online meetings.
Accommodation, subsistence and travel costs (up to 90%) of selected candidates will be covered by the project. Applications (containing the dedicated form, CV and a cover letter) should be sent by 25 June 2014. CaBuReRa (Capacity Building Relay Race), funded under the ENPI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme 2007/2013, aims to reduce youth unemployment in the Mediterranean area through the promotion of mobility and vocational education of young people, building their capacities in the sector of project management. The project is coordinated by the European Centre of Studies and Initiatives - CESIE (Italy, Sicilia) - and gathers six partners from Greece, Italy, Lebanon, Jordan, Palestine and Portugal.
The ENPI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme is a multilateral cross-border cooperation programme funded by the European Union.