Project Name: Ca.Bu.Re.Ra

Donor: EU ENPI CBC Med. program,

Duration: November 2013 – March 2016,

Target Beneficiaries: Youth & Women ages between (18 – 35 years old)

Targeted Areas: Italy \ Portugal \ Greece \ Lebanon \ Jordan \ Palestine,

Sector: Mobility Opportunities \ Multicultural Environment \ Intercultural Dialogue,

Budget:  301,000 Euro

Plateforme: Home – CaBuReRa

About the Project:

Ca.Bu.Re.Ra aims at promoting collaboration among Mediterranean territories by offering mobility and professional development opportunities to young people. The project will involve 90 people (30 youth workers and 60 young unemployed) from the partners’ country offering them the opportunity to live a professional experience abroad. They will be hosted by partner organizations and provide them with training in project cycle management; foreign language; management of projects with local organizations; etc. Thus, the participants will work with experienced organizations active at Euro-Mediterranean level in an international work environment developing technical skills in project management, mediation skills and intercultural competences. At the same time, the project will support the development of civil society organizations and public authorities promoting networking both at local and international level.

Achieved outcomes:

  • Mobility of 90 young people: (30 youth workers and 60 young unemployed) to be involved in a 4-month training period.
  • Relay Race: exchange and training among participants in each partner’s countries.
  • Two months internship for 60 young unemployed in their country of origin.
  • Active involvement of local organizations: to widen their dimension to the Mediterranean area through collaboration.
  • Ca.Bu.Re.Ra Platform: an interactive tool that you can consult to interact with participants, leave your idea, learn more about project management, policies, and funding opportunities at Euro Mediterranean level,
  • Local and International Dissemination Seminars.
  • Handbook on project management at Euro-Mediterranean level developed by the participants.