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Global Innovative Leadership Module
Date du début: 1 oct. 2015, Date de fin: 30 sept. 2017 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

Joblessness and underemployment among youth are two of the most challenging economic and social problems that policymakers face in developing countries. One of the primary reasons of the young unemployment and failure to satisfy the expectations of the newly graduate professionals in the European scale where Turkey takes places within is insufficient cross-cutting capabilities based on ICT such as e-leadership skills. This leads to failing to satisfy the capabilities of employment of qualified graduate and young workforce, in return. For the most countries, lower educated people experience worse employment conditions and have been most hard-hit by the crisis. Significant percentage rates are generated in Turkey (21), Italy (25.2), Greece (47,6) and Portugal (42.3), where between one in five and one in four 18-24 year-olds are neither in employment nor in education and training. Past developments have shown that ICT-related occupations are much more resistant to crises than most other jobs. The market absorbs more than the annual output of ICT graduates from educational institutions. Consequently, today, investing in e-skills entails even greater opportunities and fewer risks. European Commission’s Publication “e-Leadership Skills for Competitiveness and Innovation” (2013), the job market demand rises by 227,000 e-leaders to a total of 915,000 people annually Europe-wide, including Turkey. There is a huge opportunity for job creation and growth which Europe should not miss. Yet, economies cannot meet the adequate qualified supply. Global Innovative Leadership Module (GILM) project believes that one of solutions for the current young unemployment passes through the university or development and training on the ICT based capabilities after graduation. The growing importance of ICT for both business operations and innovation is an opportunity for professionals and youngsters who are e-skilled. These competencies are critical for fostering both jobs created by existing companies through innovation and growth as well as self-created jobs by entrepreneurs (including social entrepreneurs) who leverage technology to create new products, services and business especially for young people. From this point of view, it is aimed to enable youth in e-leadership on the purpose of decreasing the young unemployment in the direction of the certain vocational and personal needs of the young, to enable them to know their sufficiencies and improving their capacities. It is also aimed to learn using ICT based tools and methods for the purpose of job creation/employability alongwith the taking an active lidership role in changing progress. Within the scope of project 6 partner (university, institue, company, sivil society organization) from 4 countries will take joint action to develop new education module which can be used in formal and nonformal educational institutions. The module will prepared by using non-formal education method focusing on youth. It also will be a digital online platform involving e-courses, training modules, ICT based tools etc. The project will have been taking place for two years and it will comprise transnational meetings, dissemination activitiy, training courses, intellectual outputs etc.



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