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Gen Z Digital Workforce: Improving online Employability and resilience of young people with fewer opportunities

Gen Z Digital Workforce: Improving Online Employability Opportunities and resilience of young people with fewer opportunities is a project co-financed by The Erasmus+ program of the European Union. It is a 2-year initiative between 5 organizations (You(th) Develop Denmark (coordinator), Uniamoci Onlus (Italy), SFERA International (North Macedonia), Innovaform (Hungary), My Madeira Island (Portugal). The target group of the project is young people (also currently abbreviated as Generation Z or Gen Z), especially those with less opportunity, because the materials will be developed specifically for them, and such groups will participate in project activities. The project targets young people from remote and rural areas, migrants, representatives of minorities, those with health problems and disabilities, and those with economic and educational barriers as they can now take advantage of job opportunities from distance for their benefit. The aim of this project is to contribute to the reduction of unemployment in the EU, focusing on supporting people with fewer opportunities. The priorities covered by this project aim: to pilot education and training systems that promote a higher rate of employment, training, and innovation, as well as increasing social mobility and equality towards special groups. The project addresses the direct needs of the partnership and our target groups.