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Empleando Digital




Technology is significantly changing the labour market. New professions require new skills and competencies, and traditional jobs are changing to include digital elements. In this context, people lacking the awareness of those changes and without access to skills training are negatively impacted when it comes to searching for employment. For vulnerable populations, this is an acute problem. As a response to the skills mismatch encountered by migrants and vulnerable populations compared to what local industry requires, the Empleando Digital project addresses this imbalance by providing skills training and employment opportunities that contribute towards social and economic inclusion.

Institution: Fundación Secretariado Gitano (FSG) and the Spanish Red Cross
Country:Spain
Focus: Gender equality , Youth and entrepreneurship , Digitalization and future of TVET , Migration , New qualifications and competencies


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