We are thrilled to announce that the YOUCAN project, coordinated by the European Centre for Economic and Policy Analysis and Affairs (ECEPAA), has successfully held yesterday its multiplier event in Brussels! On March 30th, in fact, we disseminated our best practice publication on migrant youth school drop-out and social exclusion.



The YOUCAN project, funded by the Erasmus+ programme, aims to modernize and reinforce education, training systems, and youth policies to address the main challenges facing migrant youth. Our cross-sector approach builds the capacity of our consortium to work transnationally, creating a more inclusive society for all.



At the “Caffè Italiano”, we presented our findings and gained support for the cause of the project. The event was a fantastic opportunity to raise awareness about our mission and collaborate with other organizations to increase the allocation of financial resources to organize international projects in the field of education, training, and youth.


The YOUCAN project partners, including 2o Epaggelmatiko Lykeio Katerinis (Greece), Camera Oficial De Comercio e Industria de Caceres (Spain), Associazione di Promozione Sociale Joint (Italy), Association Maison d’Enfant pour la Culture et l’Education Baity APS (AMECE) (Italy), and AidLearn, Consultoria em Recursos Humanos Lda (Portugal), have demonstrated their dedication to this important work.



We are proud of the progress we have made so far and look forward to continuing our efforts to create a more inclusive society for all migrant youth. Thank you to all who joined us at the Caffè Italiano for this valuable event!