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VET, the link between the needs of the territories and cooperation between training establishments

The internship must also be in a more formal collaboration. This does not only mean that the faculties work together, but that the school, as a professional school, provides formal means of obtaining information on needs and requirements.

Tribune "Possibility of contribution of vocational education to the development and revitalization of rural areas"

You can read the article in Croatian here or find it translated below: Last week,...

Piloting territorial dynamics: intercultural encounter, leadership and co-development

For this second training session - from May 9 to 13 in Slovenia - with a...

Living in community: the example of the village of Lümanda

As part of the GAL project, they repaired the old windmill, which was also community work. They have a juniper syrup production which is run as a family business based on local resources.

How to never give up on cooperation, group effort and teamwork

It is almost as if this school had its own micro-industry, following the needs of the labor market, and also those of the community of Saaremaa. In fact, the main purpose of this school is to keep graduates at home, here on the island or on the mainland.

Transnational meeting on territorial dialogue and professional training

Deepen the advocacy for vocational training in European rural territories, taking into account the voice of young European elected representatives and the horizon 2030

Online brainstorming lab “Rural youth for a greener and more inclusive Europe”

The MFR network organizes a Brainstorming workshop during the European Youth Conference in Strasbourg

The voice of young people at the regional council

Focusing on young people is one of the areas of work alongside economic development, the environment, transport, sport, vocational training, cross-border cooperation, high schools, etc. The Region is mobilizing capacities to support and prepare the inhabitants of the Grand Est, especially young people, for the accelerating transitions