News: 29th November 2016

The final conference of the THEY.EA Project was successfully organised in Prague in the presence of all partners, target group members, local and national authorities' representatives. 

Towards Higher Employability of Youth, European Approach (THEY.EA) 


The unemployment of young people in Europe has reached alarming rates and fight against it has become one of the most important priorities not only for national government but also for the politicians on the EU level.

Towards Higher Employability of Youth, European Approach (THEY.EA) raises awareness about the European programmes and tools that can help the young people to find a job and to integrate to the labor market. The project is founded by ERASMUS +.

During the project, the partners from Czech Republic, Poland, Bulgaria, Italy and Spain will create educational programme that will cover the following topics:

  • Available funding programmes, such Erasmus+, Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs, European Voluntary Service and others, and how to use the funding effectively.

  • European tools for recognition of skills and qualification, as ECTS, ECVET, EuroPass, European Qualifications Framework and others, and how can these be effectively used.

  • Open Educational Resources: where can they be found and used?

  • Work mobility in the EU, such the EURES network, the rights connected to European citizenship and other aspects and how can the opportunities of the common labor market be used.



The target group of the project is young people and recently graduates willing to look at their situation with a wide perspective and include the European dimension to their life plans.

The results of the project are on the one hand the created intellectual outputs, on the other hand the impact of these outputs on the educational institutions and on the people involved in the educational activities. We expect impact on three groups of people:

  • the people working in the supporting institutions – employees of labour offices, educational institutions etc.,

  • young people looking for a job in the EU,

  • the staff of the partner organisations.



These young people are at risk of unemployment and young people with fewer opportunities. In the Czech Republic the group of young people taking actively part in the project will be from the Bruntal region – one of the regions with the highest unemployment rate in the country.





In the project the best knowledge from each partner country will be collected and then put together in one output that will again be distributed to the partner countries and disseminated by the partners through all available channels. Every partner will work in tight connection to the target group they worked with and include the young people into the process of the creation of the intellectual outputs. There are six different partners from Czech Republic, Poland, Bulgaria, Italy and Spain.

The THEY.EA project combines the expertise of:


  • European Development Agency  

  • ERA Evropská rozvojová agentura

  • IRR Institut pro regionalni rozvoj

  • ONECO Consulting

  • NAMCB National Association of Municipal Clerks in Bulgaria

  • IDZE Instytut dla yjednoczonej Europy 





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