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Webinar June 2020

With the recent COVID-19 outburst, COST Actions have become seriously limited in promoting the involvement of stakeholders, whether they are other researchers and scholars, policy-makers, representatives of public services or NGO’s.
In the case of CA 18213, this is a very demanding situation.
That is why we offer this webinars sessions for all the members, stakeholders and persons interested in our topic.

WEBINAR JUNE 2020 CALENDAR:


 

 

 

 

 

 

24.June.2020 – 15:00h CET | PREMIUM SESSION

Aleksandar Lukic (University of Zagreb, CRO)

Rurality: Meaning and defining dimensions

Rurality is a growingly complex definition. Sometimes, it is also seen as negative social category. This webinar will explore different meanings of rurality, based on criteria such as population, landscape, economic activities and other.

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29.June.2020 – 15:00h CET | PREMIUM SESSION
Massimiliano Mascherini (Head of Social Affairs Unit, Eurofound)

NEETs: profiles and typologies

Youths not in Employment, nor in Education and Training (NEET) is a very heterogenous group. Some distinctions have been made between subgroups, based on age subclasses or on unemployment/inactivity status. For the past decade, Eurofound has worked to capture more specific types of NEETs and how they may differ across sex, age groups or degree of urbanization.

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More sessions will be announced very soon. Visit the webinar webpage to know more about this program.

https://rnyobservatory.eu/webinars

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Webinar Calendar

With the recent COVID-19 outburst, COST Actions have become seriously limited in promoting the involvement of stakeholders, whether they are other researchers and scholars, policy-makers, representatives of public services or NGO’s.
In the case of CA 18213, this is a very demanding situation.
That is why we offer this webinars sessions for all the members, stakeholders and persons interested in our topic.

WEBINAR CALENDAR:


24.June.2020 – 15:00h CET | PREMIUM SESSION
Aleksandar Lukic (University of Zagreb, CRO)

Rurality: Meaning and defining dimensions

 Sign up for this session


29.June.2020 – 15:00h CET | PREMIUM SESSION
Massimiliano Mascherini (Head of Social Affairs Unit, Eurofound)

NEETs: profiles and typologies

 Sign up for this session


09.July.2020 – 15:00h CET | PREMIUM SESSION
Jale Tosun (Heidelberg University, GER)

Youth participation in labour markets: Insights from 11 European countries

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16.July.2020 – 15:00h CET | PREMIUM SESSION
Antonella Rocca (University of Naples, IT)

Being NEET in Europe Before and After the Economic Crisis: An Analysis of the Micro and Macro Determinants

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More sessions will be announced very soon. Visit the webinar webpage to know more about this program.

https://rnyobservatory.eu/webinars

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ITC Conference Call May 2020 (External)

Final application deadline: June 30th, 2020

Conference Grants are aimed at supporting PhD students and Early Career Investigators (ECI), i.e. researchers up to 8 years after their PhD completion, from ITC participating in the COST Action 18213 to attend international conferences on Rural NEETs related topics not specifically organised by the COST Action.

Conference Grants are exclusively reserved for PhD students and ECIs with a primary affiliation in an institution located in an ITC (Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Croatia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, and the Republic of Serbia).

The grants are exclusively reserved for applicants making an oral conference presentation listed in the official event/conference programme. The main subject of the oral presentation/ speech at the approved conference needs to be closely related to the topic of the Action and to acknowledge COST.

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Webinar Call 2020

1st Call to Webinar Proposal

With the recent COVID-19 outburst, COST Actions have become seriously limited in promoting the involvement of stakeholders, whether they are other researchers and scholars, policy-makers, representatives of public services or NGO’s.In face of this, CA 18213 Core Group agreed to open a call for an online training and stakeholders involvement program.

WHAT KIND OF ONLINE ACTIVITIES CAN BE PROPOSED UNDER THIS CALL?

The activities can be presented in three different categories.

  1. National stakeholders involvement webinars: These are webinars promoted by CA 18213 members. The webinars are aimed at stakeholders at the national level, whether they are decision-makers, top or intermediate managers of public services or NGO’s and/or professionals.
  2. Online meeting point: The online meeting point is a series of webinars organized and delivered by CA 18213 members and other scholars and professionals. They can be attended by CA 18213 members, fellow colleagues, scholars and stakeholders outside the Action. Proposals from Early Research Investigators (ECI) and members from Inclusiveness Target Countries are particularly welcomed and encouraged.
  3. Premium lectures & discussions: The premium lectures & discussions are webinars organized by the Core Group and delivered by an invited keynote speaker. They can be attended by CA 18213 members, fellow colleagues, scholars and stakeholders outside the Action.
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Call Join COVID-19 Survey

Call to join COVID-19 Impact Survey

We are calling  for all COST Action 18213 – Rural NEET Youths Network members to respond to this crisis by working together as international community by preparing a short survey for the COVID-19 Impact and sharing it with national NEET experts and relevant stakeholders.

This short online survey will identify and prioritize local needs, and help us to gain a better understanding of the practical needs of our NEET groups in your communities. The results of the survey will be analyzed and best-practice recommendations for implementing global/international/national policies will be prepared. The results of the survey will be dedicated to the public domain and shared internationally with EU institutions and nationally.

More info and form to participate on the website

Stay safe at home and keeping working in your research!

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CA18213 | Website Launch

Our official website has arrive!
We hope that you are well and safe at your homes and places of work. We are all waiting for everything to pass and better times to come. And we are sure that they will come very soon.

Today our Official website has arrive! It will be our central tool to comunicate and disseminate our COST Action.
The content will grow day by day with you contributions, work and collaboration with other researchers. More sections will come like Members profile, Working groups reports, Graphs, past and next meetings information, and more!

We have developed a Private website with content only available for members. You will recieve, in the next days, your credentials to see all the content and tools only for members.

You ask you to collaborate with the website in 2 ways:
– Send your contact and colleagues, in your own language, the announcement of the new website and spread the word in Social Networks.
– You can send suggestions of improvement and content to improve our webste. Please, use this form to send your comments.

And we are so excited to announce more events, calls and content in the coming days! Stay tune to the newsletter that we will send very soon.

Stay safe at home and keeping working in your research!

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Newsletter (Special Brussels Meeting 2020)

MC Newsletter Special Issue about the Brussels meeting
Dear MC Member, as you know, on March 12th & 13th we had a meeting in Brussels, focused on working on the deliverables of this first year of our Action.
In this newletter we send you a summary of the content of this meeting, so you will be able to follow the work and participate in the deliverables of each group.
Stay safe and at home!

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Newsletter (March 2020)

Welcome to our First MC Newsletter
The MC Newsletter is our internal tool to summarize the relevant tasks, events and more that we have done and we will do in the near future.
You will find extend info about all our action in the website very soon, but now you can participate and stay tune of the most relevant and “should know” events in this Volume. Welcome to our first ever MC newsletter!

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External Newsletter – Spread The Word

We will lunch a external newsletter
Spread the word!!

We are working in the dissemination plan and, as we talked in Malaga, one of the tools will be the external newsletter. We will send a quartely newletter with a summary of our work.
Now is your time to spread the word!!
Tell your colleagues, organizatios, institutions and even your family and friends to sign up to our newletter.
Send them the link below and tell, in your own your word and language, what we will do about the Rural NEET youth across europe and all over the world.http://www.rnyobservatory.eu/newsletter
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Thank You For Your Work In Malaga

Thank you for your good work in Málaga meeting.

We have a nice time in our meeting in Málaga but also we make a very good work for our action. All the members have worked in a coordinated way and  have reach our goals for this meeting.
We will prepare a private website with the content of this meeting and we will send you the link soon.
See you again in the next meeting!!
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COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) is a funding agency for research and innovation networks.
 
Our Actions help connect research initiatives across Europe and enable scientists to grow their ideas by sharing them with their peers. This boosts their research, career and innovation.

Official COST Web: CA18213 https://www.cost.eu/actions/CA18213/

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