The Partners of the Lost Millennials EU project, funded by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment, met for the 3rd time on September 27-28, 2022.
The meeting took place in the history-rich city of Burgos, Spain, at the University of Burgos Campus. Burgos University is an invaluable partner in the Lost Millennials project, showcasing exemplary hospitality throughout the days of the meeting.
What Is The Project About
Lost Millennials is interested in the activation of millennials in the labour market, especially those between 25-35 years (25+) from rural areas. Despite going through two major crises, the financial crisis and the pandemic, these millennials are often neglected in the national initiatives targeting NEETs.
Let’s look at what the partners discussed during the meeting and the state of the project.
The Agenda of The Meeting
During the 3rd transnational meeting, each partner had the opportunity to see the project’s progress and coming steps. During the two-day meeting, partners did the following:
- Participated in team workshops and training. Moreover, among the training sessions, there was one on evaluation methods.
- Discussed the project activities that have been finalized and the goals.
- Set the deadlines for the upcoming activities.
- Discussed the future steps.
In addition, time was given to address questions pertinent to project procedures. Finally, the meeting concluded with partners discussing, working, and setting the next steps for the outputs’ delivery.
In the end, we waved goodbye to our partners and renewed our next meeting for Iceland.
Find more information about Lost Millennials on our project website.