In the implementation of activities under the project ” Awareness-raising on the Youth Guarantee implementation among young people in Bulgaria” two round tables were held, respectively from South and North Bulgaria. Within the framework of the round tables, experts from the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy, the Employment Agency, the Regional Employment Services Directorates,…
The Ministry of Labour and Social Policy, in pursuance of the project ” Awareness-raising on the Youth Guarantee implementation among young people in Bulgaria”, held an information campaign to promote the opportunities for education, training and employment of young people. The purpose of the campaign was to show the youth how important it is to…
As part of the project “Awareness-raising on the Youth Guarantee implementation among young people in Bulgaria”, on 30 May 2017, a final conference with international participation on “Youth Guarantee – Midterm State of Play” was held in Sofia. The conference was attended by representatives of the institutions and organizations, partners of the MLSP in the…
WHAT IS YOUTH GUARANTEE OF BULGARIA?
The Youth Guarantee targets young people who:
- are neither in employment, education or training,
- have dropped out of education or have completed a level of education and have not continued their education or training,
- are non-active persons, including discouraged or unemployed persons.
Bulgaria joined the implementation of the European Youth Guarantee in early 2014 by starting to deliver on the National Youth Guarantee Implementation Plan 2014-2020. (NYGIP). The Bulgarian Plan reflects all key efforts for achieving results in the work with young people – it contains measures and initiatives to activate and outreach young people as well as for their successful employability.
According to the National Youth Guarantee of Bulgaria, every young person aged 15 to 24 years incl. will receive a good quality offer of employment, continued education, apprenticeship or traineeship within a period of 4 months of becoming unemployed or leaving formal education.Read more