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European Year of Skills

Together for Skills

European Years are all about joint efforts! Discover skills initiatives being led across the EU by different organisations.

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Civil society organisation and business team up to upskill Ukrainian refugees

Following the Russian military aggression against Ukraine in 2022, the world saw an unprecedented wave of Ukrainian refugees and Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) seeking safety and shelter. Addressing the need for their integration and empowerment, the "Refugee Skilling and Support" project.

Project locations
Ukraine, Moldova, Romania, Slovakia

Árbediehtu – transferring traditional Sami knowledge and skills

The Interreg Aurora has a unique feature, the Programme is integrated with Sápmi and the indigenous Sami people. The Sami are the only officially recognized indigenous people in the European Union (EU). On Interreg Cooperation day, Interreg Aurora wants to highlight àrbediehtu.

Project locations
Finland, Norway, Sweden

Jorge's Journey to IT Success through "UPskill - Digital Skills and Jobs"

Meet Jorge Miguel, a 45-year-old from Porto, who transitioned from sports management to systems engineering, thanks to the "UPskill - Digital Skills and Jobs" project, a collaboration between the Portuguese Public Employments Service (PES) and partners. Interested? Apply for the 3rd edition!

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DS4Skills - Building a human-centric and trusted Data Space for Skills

Funded by the European Commission under the Digital Europe Programme, the Data Space for Skills (DS4Skills) project aims to prepare the groundwork for the development of a European Data Space for Skills that supports sharing and accessing skills data.

Project locations
Belgium, Finland, Germany, France, Italy, Slovenia

Green jobs and skills in Basque Country: FP Euskadi and TKNIKA

At the EU Green Week 2023, TKNIKA, the Innovation and Applied Research Centre of the Basque Country, and FP Euskadi, the Basque Government's Vocational Education and Training (VET) Unit, presented their approach to a greener future through innovative practices, emphasising collaboration.

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