EU4Youth project takes part in discussion on Armenian labour market planning

Photo: EU4Youth
Photo: EU4Youth

In May, representatives of the EU4Youth project on ‘Employability and Stability in Armenia, Belarus and Ukraine’ took part in a multi-stakeholder coordination meeting at the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs in the Armenian capital of Yerevan, called to look at labour market mapping, planning and management in the country.

The aim of the meeting, hosted by Deputy Minister Arman Udumyan, was to hold a large and representative workshop bringing together a number of non-governmental and international organisations implementing projects in the employment sector, so they could share information on thei ractivities, and discuss opportunities for joint work through the facilitation of the Ministry, in order to raise the overall effectiveness of their interventions.

The ’EU4Youth: Employability and Stability in Armenia, Belarus and Ukraine’ project presented its entrepreneurship component – geography, target groups, main activities, toolkits, challenges and achievements to reach – and agreed to share project outcomes, and to take part in mapping issues and developing rapid and flexible response mechanisms.

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Ministry press release

EU4Youth: Employability and stability in Armenia, Belarus and Ukraine