Know Your Rights (KYR)
Einurð leads "Know Your Rights" (KYR) project that is supported by Erasmus+. Project objective is to produce educational and informational material for migrant workers.
Einurð is a participant in the "Urban Gardening for Youth" project supported by Erasmusplus. The Urban project is build upon an idea from New York to engage community members in growing vegetables as well as creating a platform for support and education for youth.
SE4Y SOCIAL INNOVATION
SE4Y (Social entrepreneurship for youth) or social innovation for youth has the objective to support and train young people in social entrepreneurship.
Einurð is a participant in the NESET project (NEETs' Empowerment for Sustainable Employment in the Tourism sector) funded by EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment. Project aim is to develop training to support and engage young people to work within the tourism sector. Einurð's role is to provide support and guidance as an expertise partner as well as coordinating best practice analysis on innovation and education within tourism.
Elva Björt Stefánsdóttir
Einurð takes part in the Fatherhood project supported by Erasmus+ Youth and lead by Quasar productions. Project aim is to prepare and support young fathers in their parenting role (18-30 years old). Elva Björt coordinates the GAP analysis, including interviews, desk research and questionnaires to 100+ young fathers in each partner country.[…]
SE4Y (Social Entrepreneurship for Youth) project has published the „Social Business Roadmap“ in English, going through the first 10 steps in social innovation and entrepreneurship. Icelandic translation will be published in May.
Urban Gardening project is supported by Erasm+ and aims at enhancing initiative and participation of youth in urban gardening and acriculture. See first news letter.
IN NESET news letter you can find information about the project and its outputs.
In annual meeting of Einurd 11.06.2020 changes confirming the non-profit purpose of the organization were legalized.
The second "Know Your Rights" newsletter presents the result of the GAP analysis on the support and services provided to migrant workers in partners countries.
The first "Know Your Rights" newsletter has been published with the headline "Increase migrant workers knowledge on their labor rights"