In order to achieve a higher number of participants and involvement of regions as well as to respond to the great interest shown by young people so far, some of CODE project partners will extend their piloting activity with the organisation of new courses.
Responding to the current situation in Ukraine and the great number of refugees running from the war to neighbour countries, Tartu Art School from Estonia will support young Ukrainians coming to their country by involving them in specialised training courses. In addition, their experts will support them to adapt quickly to the new conditions, and will enhance their motivation and personal development in order to raise their competitiveness in the creative industries labour market.
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