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Date du début: 30 mai 2016, Date de fin: 29 mai 2018 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

In Europe, a current trend can be identified among NEETs, it concerns the rejection and the immurement at different levels of the society. Young people feel excluded from the society where their situation is not taken into account; young people reject a society that does not try to get them involved.The Eurofound report « NEETs Young people not in employment, education or trainin : Characteristics, costs and policy responses in Europe » underlines the civic apathy and the lack of involvement of the young people, analyzing this trend as a social risk.This study underlines the danger of this massive exclusion of the young people and the rejection of the institutions and the society. In parallel, they get attracted to extremism, such as political extremism (extreme right-wing in various European countries), as well as religious extremism.The European model and project is called into question. Including the basis such as democracy, freedom of expression, the right to be different or the freedom of conscience.The answers to these issues and risks of NEETs (risks for themselves and for the society) should go further than just promoting the search of a job or the return to studies.Com-Pass aims at giving an innovative input to this issue by developing a social and civic approach, with 3 steps:- to understand the NEETs’ path and get the NEETs involved in the society through the storytelling digital approach ;- to develop an educational approach so that NEETs can have a conscience about themselves and get confidence, within their environment and the society. The REAL-E method is based on the criteria of Repère-Equilibre-Adaptation-Limites-Echanges (Landmark-Balance-Adaptation-Limits-Exchanges);- to determine and highlight the skills and competences of the people involved in the project through an e-portfolio platform , based on the soft competences of the people – the comp-pass platform.This final objective of this 3-steps process is to get the young people motivated to get back to employment, training or any other kind of re-socialisation project (such a volunteering).This project is implemented by 7 partners, all of them with a lot of experience in the youth work and in non-formal educational methods.During 24 months, the 7 partners of the project develop 2 different trainings (one about storytelling and the second one about REAL-E), they make the experimentation of this method with 10 NEETs per partner, so 70 young people in total.As such, 14 facilitators of the partners will be trained to use the educational tools developed, through 2 short-term trainings.While the project deals with NEETs and the development of youth workers’ competences, the partnership will work on the comp-pass platform. This unique tool will allow:- to get a sense of belonging and to help the young to get confidence about themselves;- to develop learning by doing activities through the development of IT competences;- to make a presentation of themselves through an innovative and creative tool (CV of the future);- to create CV with hyperlinks making the link with the e-portfolio profile;- to include references and recommendations (multimedia, scanned documents, video/audio);- to make accessible any important and useful information for employers, training centres, hosting organisations;- to help the tutoring of the young people, through coaching/follow up.This 3 project outputs will be free to use through various networks: partners’ websites, project website, European networks of dissemination, amongst others.The outputs of the Comp-pass project, developed for social and youth workers will be disseminated to a wide range of people and organisations during and at the end of the 24 months of the project, using our resources and networks .The impact and benefits at mid and long-term is the capacity of youth workers to help the NEETs and to help them be part of the society.



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