The main topic of the Partner study and collaboration workshop was the project progress and the forthcoming reporting period. Tartu Art School from Estonia shared its experience and good practices concerning the development of training programs for 3D animation and graphic design for vulnerable young people in poverty risk, aiming increasing their competitiveness in the creative industries' labor market.

At Stakeholders workshops, in front of students and other stakeholders from Angel Kanchev University of Rousse, Doctor Plamen Panayotov from Solutions Brief Therapy and Counselling Centre – Ruse presented a Decision Focused approach. The participants discussed the possibilities for implementationin the daily practice effective language tools and accomplishing goals.

Project CODE benefits from 2 314 015 euro grant from Iceland, Liechtensteinand Norway through the EEA and Norway grants Fund for Youth Employment. It is jointly implemented by 8 partners from Bulgaria, Latvia, Romania, Estonia and Greece and its duration is 3 years. The main project objective is to provide opportunities for a quality employment to vulnerable young people at poverty risk.

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