More Resources for Youth Employment Procedure in Bulgaria. Due to increased interest, the duration of the operation is extended

Due to increased interest Operation “Youth Employment” has been extended to 2023 and its budget is increased by BGN 20 million, reaching a total of BGN 102 million. This was decided at a meeting of the Monitoring Committee of the Operational Program "Human Resources Development".

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​Week of Good Deeds 2019 October 7 - 13

We invite your school, university, friends and partners to become actively involved in Week of Good Deeds 2019!

In each of us, there is a desire to do good to the other, to support and to be actively engaged in activities that make the world cleaner and greener, people becoming united, open to giving and living with positive thoughts and feelings. Children and young people are the ones who will "become us" in a very short time. Nowadays, it is important to teach them and show them through practical examples that doing good for each other and society without financial reward is the norm and must be self-evidental.

Week of Good Deeds is a great tool to start the process of helping and volunteering to continue in the future.

That is why we are calling on YOU to be an active supporter of Week of Good Deeds, which will be held for the eleventh time this year!

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The beginning of the new school year at Tartu Art School, Estonia

After returning from the summer break, Tartu Art School will be back on full tour to get the CODE project running in Estonia. Preparations are underway, aiming to start a new curriculum in January and targeting NEET youth. According to Statistics for 2015 in Estonia, approximately 29,200 young people aged 15–29 were away from the labor market, studying or training, or 12.5% of the respective age group. Almost one third of them were unemployed and two thirds were inactive (unwilling or unable to work). Read more


FPC Ltd has become part of the project CODE - COMPETENCE OPPORTUNITIES FOR DIGITAL EMPLOYMENT consortium as of 1 August 2019. The main objective of the project is to provide employment opportunities for vulnerable young people at risk of poverty.

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