Our YSS Project on EBSN Café

Mar 18, 2022

Mónica Aymerich from ACEFIR, one of the implementing partners of the Young Service Steward Program, presented our program at the EBSN Café. She briefly outlined the objectives of our YSS Program, the steps to be taken, and the expected results. She highlighted the challenges arising from the local specificities of the target group and their different needs, which we need to address in the implementation of the program. After the presentation, she answered the questions of the participants.

The EBSN Café is an informal online forum for the members of the EBSN (European Basic Skills Network), which has been facilitating the exchange of information and experiences between members, supporting the development of new partnerships and strengthening of existing ones between members.

It was important for us to have the opportunity to present the Young Service Steward Program to this open professional audience. Every appearance at a similar forum reaffirms that we are on the right track.

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