EU's DAEDALUS project to aid job-seeking across Med

Workshops to be offered soon

26 August, 12:28

    (ANSAmed) - TUNIS, AUGUST 26 - The ENPI CBC Med project DAEDALUS aims to address the needs of young job seekers in the labour markets of the Mediterranean area by matching their qualifications and skills with existing needs in neighboring countries.

    The project is implemented through an integrated platform for information sharing, the dissemination of business content and consultancy methods for career advice.

    DAEDALUS stands for 'euro-meDiterranean cAreer & Employment aDvisor portAl for the mobiLity of yoUng residentS'. The portal was launched in April and offers youth, businessmen, IT firms and online businesses at both the regional and local levels the chance to be part of a cross-border platform bringing together demand and supply across the Med region.

    ''DAEDALUS's services are designed to be used by the young, businessmen, public administrators, NGOs, political decision-makers and all other interested parties,'' ANSAmed was told by Louise Benchetrit from Italy's Cooperation for the Development of Emerging Countries (COSPE), a partner of the project with an operating office in Tunisia. COSPE has announced that several workshops will be organized in Tunisia and other interested countries soon to explain to the young how the DAEDALUS portal can be used to seek and offer jobs. The head of the EU-funded project is the Greek Uni Systems and its partners: EuroMed Research Business Institute (EMRBI) from Cyprus, Juhoud for Community and Rural Development from Palestine, the Lebanese Development Network, the Italian COSPE, the Tunisian Cultural Club Ali Belhouane, the University of Piraeus Research Center (Greece), the University College of Applied Sciences (Palestine) and the Siena town council. The portal can be found at .(ANSAmed).

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