About project

Generation 0101 is strategic partnership between seven European organizations – CTC Rijeka (Croatia), ), Centro Studi Città di Foligno (Italy), Langas į ateitį (Lithuania), Cyprus Community Media Center (Cyprus), Telecentar (Croatia), The Latvian Information and Communications Technology Association - LIKTA (Latvia), Sveučilište Izmir (Turkey) with a goal to use ITC in solving burning issue of our society – youth unemployment.

The project will last for two year. During those two years partners will conduct the study about implementation of Digital Agenda in their countries, with special emphasis on youth unemployment. The study will comprehend youth, employers, and decision makers. The results of the study will be useful to partners in writing guidelines for decision makers on national, but also on European level, and in encouraging changes in solving the problem of youth unemployment.

But, that’s not all! Organizations which are involved in strategic partnership, have long experience in rising digital literacy of citizens in their community. Together, they will design seven educational modules (every country one module) which they consider to in demand in labor market. These modules are:

• e-journalism,

• mobile application development,

• web design,

• community radio,

• online collaboration,

• easy coding,

• video.

Each partner will develop one module, and after that provide education to trainers from partner organizations so they can transfer newly acquired knowledge and skills to other. That way, each partner organization will have educational trainers from every of the seven areas.

Last phase of the project is carry out free education to young unemployed individuals. Five persons on each education module per organization, which means 245 educated young Europeans.

Besides everything aforementioned, during the project, partners will be involved in campaigns which encourage digital literacy and popularize employment in digital industries such as Get Online Week and eSkills for Jobs.

The project will last for two years and is co-financed by European Commission through Erasmus+ program with the amount of 275.295,00 €.