European Institute for Local Development hosted the 4th Transnational Partners’ Meeting in terms of the Project: Employable Young People – EYP”. The meeting took place from 27 to 28 June in Athens. This project has been running since 2015, under the European Programme Erasmus + and is co-founded by European Commission.

Employable Young People: The translation of the manual of the European project EYP: Employable Young People, is completed

The basic manual of the European project EYP (Employable Young People), which is being implemented under Erasmus +, is now translated into Greek. The translation was carried out by the European Institute for Local Development.

The second transnational meeting of partners of the project Women in Sport Media took place on 2nd June in Valetta, Malta. The Women in Sport Media project is co-funded by the European Union and is implemented under the program Erasmus+ Sport. The project deals with the equal opportunities of men and women in sport as well as their equal visibility in the mass media.

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