CODE Project current development and perspectives for year 2021

Despite the challenging COVID-19 pandemic situation, CODE project is implementing smoothly. Each day partner organizations are adapting to the current situation and are dealing successfully with the changing environment. The training courses in 3D animation and graphic design are attracting a lot of youngsters in Bulgaria, Italy, Romania, Estonia, Latvia and Greece.

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The first course Adobe Photoshop for beginners have started!

The first Adobe Photoshop course for beginners have started at the beginning of the year and attracted the interest of a lot of young people from North Central region in Bulgaria.

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A Bulgarian project for working with young people was ranked first by the Ministry of Education and Science of Latvia

A project developed and implemented by two Bulgarian NGOs won the competition "Best in working with young people in 2020", which was organized by the Ministry of Education and Science of Latvia in cooperation with the Agency of International Youth programs, the Association of Latvian Municipalities and Association of the Latvian Youth Council and received the award "Bravest Project" .

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Watch the first result of the work of Creative Center Ruse

In September began the joint work of artists from Ruse and Ruse Creative Center. Young people with creative ideas and activities in the field of creative industries have united their ideas and created joint projects.

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The Pact for Skills: mobilising all partners to invest in skills

Commissioners Schmit and Breton have officially launched the Pact for Skills, a central element of the European Skills Agenda. They have also announced the first European skills partnerships in key industrial ecosystems – automotive, microelectronics, and aerospace and defense industries. Skills are central to our recovery from the coronavirus pandemic and for mastering the digital and green transitions. Businesses, large and small, need skilled people to innovate and grow. Yet, mismatches and shortages in skills are increasing, while a large number of people are at risk of unemployment. Only by joining the forces of all relevant partners can we make substantial progress in meeting Europe's skills needs.

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