We are launching a new project, here’s what it’s all about!

The new year has started, and for HUKI this means that new projects are starting to line up. One of them is the ” Growing Youth Potential ” implemented under the KA2 Erasmus + program , funded by the European Union.
HUKI, as one of seven organizations from six different countries involved in the project, will work with partners from the Czech Republic, Austria, Slovenia, Romania and Hungary in the period from January 10, 2022 to 9. January 2024 . and with them create a comprehensive program for young people from the NEET populationthat will integrate elements of mental health in addition to social entrepreneurship.

In addition to the educational part, the young people involved in the project will also participate in the incubation in within which they will develop their projects with professional mentoring. Every state will include a minimum of ten participants in the program, and the focus will be on the NEET population and marginalized groups.

Who is participating?

In addition to the Croatian Office for Creativity and Innovation, there are also Hub for Change, Czech Republic, SIA SOCIAL IMPACT AWARD GEMEINNUETZIGE GMBH from Austria, SLOAM, the Youth Agency and the International Association for Youth Health from Slovenia, Asociatia Social Innovation Solutions from Romania and Fenntartható Vállalkozásokért Alapítvány from Hungary.


Grand finale of the “Growing Youth Potential” project

The end of the project is scheduled for November 2023. in Prague on the 4th. a transnational meeting aimed at disseminating information and results of the educational program to a wider mass of people, including local and international actors including young people, youth professionals, entrepreneurs, decision makers and investors.
We are preparing many more activities, and for all the news about participation and implementation, follow our official websites and social networks.

The “Growing Youth Potential” project is implemented within the KA2 Erasmus + program co-financed by the European Union. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of the Croatian Office for Creativity and Innovation.