We are thrilled to share the successful completion of the study visit held in Cyprus as part of the Erasmus+ Project #New Pathways – Identifying and Promoting Best-Practice in Supporting Long-Term Unemployed Adults into Education Pathways.
Participants from Germany came together to explore and learn from organizations in Cyprus that are actively engaged in addressing lifelong unemployment.
The primary objective of this study visit was to provide participants with the opportunity to witness and gain insights into good practices and strategies aimed at tackling the issue of lifelong unemployment.
During their time in Cyprus, the participants engaged in a series of interactive sessions, workshops, and discussions facilitated by local experts. These activities allowed them to deepen their understanding of the challenges faced by the long-term unemployed and to explore potential solutions and best practices.
The study visit itinerary included visits to various organizations working in the field of unemployment, such as the Educational and Research Centre Emphasys Centre, Friends of Cyprus, the Cyprus Refugee Council, the PEO Labour Institute from Cyprus and many more!
The New Pathways Erasmus Plus project study visit was hosted by our organisation, CitizensACT in Cyprus.
We extend our heartfelt appreciation to all the organizations in Cyprus who graciously opened their doors and shared their expertise with our participants.
We would like to thank also the rest of the consortium of the #New Pathways Project, starting from our coordinator, IWM Projects – For a Better Future, and the rest of the partners, CGE – Culture Goes Europe, Eurobug, International Youth Work Training and Collaboration Ltd and Youthtopia for making this study visit possible.