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StartNet Europe

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StartNet Europe provides a European platform connecting initiatives on young people’s transition from education to employment from Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Romania, Slovakia, Spain and Switzerland. The aim is to exchange good practices, to learn how to overcome common challenges and to support collective goals and interests.

Among the initiatives engaging into the European dialogue next to StartNet Italy are Apprentis d’Auteuil from France, EPIC from Slovakia, Jugendnetzwerke Arbeiterkammer Oberösterreich, Lanzaderas de Empleo from Fundaciòn Santa Maria del Real in Spain, Cometa and its Research Centre from Italy and the City of Mannheim’s education department from Germany.

StartNet Europe is:

  • connecting and supporting initiatives with a collective impact method all across Europe through network meetings, workshops, field visits or bilateral exchanges to further increase the quality of their projects, broaden their offers for young people, scale up their geographic scope or simply stay tuned about future labour market evolutions.
  • feeding first-hand experiences and expertise of innovative networks into European policy-making and programmes through hosting and engaging in conferences, round-tables and other advocacy activities.

StartNet Europe and StartNet Italy are two levels of the same project, mutually reinforcing each other. Both networks are based on the principles of collective impact.

StartNet Europe has its office at the Goethe-Institut Brüssel in Brussels.

 

How StartNet Europe works

 

Dialogue and Networking

StartNet Europe offers a forum for European initiatives working for the transition to work of young people to meet, connect, and exchange good practices.  

Empowerment

It empowers all its partners and young people themselves to create, reinforce and sustain regional partnerships for young people’s transition to work through its European network and a collective impact approach.

Thematic Expertise

It enables participating initiatives to face common challenges together. With experts and experienced partners numerous issues can be tackled: inclusion of NEET, outreach and participation of young people, monitoring and evaluation, multi-stakeholder cooperation, future of work, education and training.  

Visibility and Advocacy

It builds bridges between regional or local action and European policy-makers,  showcasing innovative projects, good practices and contributing to supportive policy frameworks and programmes (Youth Guarantee, ESF and Erasmus+) for young people’s transition to work of across Europe.