Wednesday, on the 6th of April 2016, at 11 o’clock, in the Orion conference room of Unirea Hotel, ADV Romania is organising a press conference for finalising the first part of the project “Partnership for inclusion” – developed by a consortium of 9 institutions: – Alaturi de Voi Romania Foundation - applicant, in partnership with: The General Department of Social Assistance and Child Protection Iasi, The General Department of Social Assistance and Child Protection Vaslui, Alternative Sociale Association, SalvatiCopiii Association, COTE Foundation, Bethany Foundation of Social Services, Star of Hope Romania Foundation and World Vision Romania Foundation, the offices from Iasi and Vaslui. On the project, we organized complex activities for improving the social and professional inclusion of the young people with ages between 16 and 29 years, from vulnerable groups from the counties: Iasi, Vaslui, Constanta and Mures, especially from the rural area. Thus, 425 young people with ages between 16 and 29 years, out of which 66 belonging to the Roma group, benefited of psycho-social assistance through the programs developed by the 7 partners:
- counselling, professional training and guidancefor young people at risk, focussing on young people with disabilities, including HIV/AIDS, Roma young people, that come from the child protection system; training in the IT field (ADV Romania);
- psycho-social assistance for preventing and fighting against the effects of abuse, neglect, exploitation and any other type of violence, including the prevention of people traffickingand assistance for the victims for the young people separated from one or both parents and the members of their families (Alternative Sociale Association);
- developing parental abilities for young people (parents or future parents) in view of preventing the abuse onchildren and the family abandonment (Salvati Copiii Association);
- Developing abilities oflife and mediationon the labour market, including the personal branding component and career planning (COTE Foundation);
- psycho-social support for young people with behaviour troubles, addictions and chronical diseases (Bethany Foundation for Social Services);
- developing independent life skills at the Youth Club, including for those with disabilities (Star of Hope Romania Foundation). The Youth Club Service was developed by the model of ADV Romania;
- psycho-social and educational assistance, including services for developing independent life skills, parental and entrepreneurial educationfor young people at risk, including Roma people (World Vision Foundation).