ENABLING ENVIRONMENT FOR YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THE WESTERN BALKANS

The Regional Report on Enabling Environment for Youth Entrepreneurship in the Western Balkans offers a comparative overview of key policy challenges regarding financial support, government policies, physical and professional infrastructure, and social norms that affect business environment for youth in the Western Balkan countries.

DEVELOPMENT & PROMOTION OF LIFELONG ENTREPRENEURIAL LEARNING IN THE WESTERN BALKANS

The Regional Report on Development and Promotion of Lifelong Entrepreneurial Learning in the Western Balkans provides a detailed comparative overview of the development and promotion of lifelong entrepreneurial learning in Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, North Macedonia, Albania and Kosovo, with a specific focus on the contribution of civil society and involvement of (and outreach to) youth from rural and remote areas.

YOUTH EMPLOYMENT AND ENTERPRENURSHIP - KEY POLICY CHALLENGES IN THE WESTERN BALKANS (4 in 1)

“Youth Employment and Entrepreneurship – Key Policy Challenges in the Western Balkans” is a collection of four regional policy briefs covering important aspects of employment and entrepreneurship of young people: youth employability, active labour market measures for youth, enabling environment for youth entrepreneurship and lifelong entrepreneurial learning.

Lifelong Entrepreneurial Learning In The Western Balkans – Getting Pace

This document is produced within the project WeB4YES – Western Balkan Civil Society Organizations for Youth Employment Support. The Project represents a regional scale initiative designed to deliver innovative approaches and offer young people in the Western Balkan region opportunities for employability enhancement and employment.

Enabling Environment For Youth Entrepreneurship – Key Policy Challenges In The Western Balkans

The Regional Policy Brief on Enabling Environment for Youth Entrepreneurship in the Western Balkans offers a comparative overview of key policy challenges regarding financial support, government policies, physical and professional infrastructure, and social norms that affect business environment for youth in the Western Balkan countries. The report is based on the desk research carried out in each of the countries, followed by consultations with relevant stakeholders.

REGIONAL REPORT ON ACTIVE MEASURES FOR EMPLOYMENT OF YOUNG PEOPLE

A Regional report on active youth employment measures provides a comparative analysis of national reports on the implementation of active employment measures from Western Balkans 6. The Regional report on active youth employment measures consisted of three chapters: Creating active employment measures; Availability and information on active employment measures; Monitoring and evaluation.

ACTIVE LABOUR MARKET MEASURES FOR YOUTH EMPLOYMENT – KEY POLICY CHALLENGES IN THE WESTERN BALKANS

This document is based on the “Regional Report on Active Labour Market Measures of Young People” which is an analysis of national reports from six Western Balkan countries and represents a policy brief, providing in addition to the regional research report the concrete recommendations addressing the following topics: Young people and their recognition as special categories when active measures for employment are concerned.

Youth Employability - Key Policy Challenges in the Western Balkans

Based on the analytical Regional report "The Regional Report on Boosting Youth Employability" and regional and national consultations with key stakeholders, this document represents a policy brief and identifies five key policy challenges in the area of youth employability relevant to all Western Balkan countries.

The Regional Report on Boosting Youth Employability

The Regional Report on Boosting Youth Employability offers a comparative overview of key policy challenges in from Western Balkans 6 regarding career guidance, traineeships and training on improvement of youth employability skills in the 6 Western Balkan countries. It also covers cross-cutting issues in all three areas of youth employability – involvement of civil society organizations, participation of young people from remote and rural areas and regional cooperation.

The European Union support for the project does not constitute an endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the EU cannot be held responsible or any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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