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35 member regions in 2009 ( active regions ). Belgique (B) Bruxelles-Capitale Wallonie Deutschland (D) Baden-Württemberg Hrvatska (HR) Istra Varazdin España (E) Cantabria Castilla y León Catalunya Comunitat Valenciana Murcia. Palau de la Generalitat de Catalunya.

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35 member regions in 2009 (active regions)

  • Belgique (B)

  • Bruxelles-Capitale

  • Wallonie

  • Deutschland (D)

  • Baden-Württemberg

  • Hrvatska (HR)

  • Istra

  • Varazdin

  • España (E)

  • Cantabria

  • Castilla y León

  • Catalunya

  • Comunitat Valenciana

  • Murcia

Palau de la Generalitat de Catalunya

Plaça de l’Ajuntament, Valencia

Pula, Istra


  • France (F)

  • Bourgogne

  • Champagne-Ardenne

  • Franche-Comté

  • Île de France

  • Limousin

  • Midi-Pyrénées

  • Picardie

  • Poitou – Charentes

  • Rhône-Alpes

  • Italia (I)

  • Valle d’Aosta

  • Norge (N)

  • Akershus

  • Portugal (P)

  • Açores

  • Madeira

Lugano,

Ticino

  • România (RO)

  • Arges

  • Caraş-Severin

  • Harghita

  • Hunedoara

  • Timis

  • Tulcea

  • Sakartvelo (GE)

  • Adjara

  • Suisse (CH)

  • Fribourg

  • Jura

  • Ticino

  • Valais

  • United Kingdom (UK)

  • Devon

Paris, Ile-de-France

Angra do Heroismo, Açores


Régions joining the program:

Sisak Moslaina (HR)

Republika Srpska (BiH)

Vojvodina (SR)

Zagrebacka Zupanija (HR)

Corse (FR)

Special agreement with Québec (PQ, CAN)


More than 300 companies each year

  • Coca-Cola Belgium

  • Baxter Pharmaceutics, Axa Pharma, Laboratoires Ortis…

  • ACCOR Hotels

  • Feria Internacional de Valencia

  • INRA

  • Brussels Fairs & Exhibitions

  • Alcatel

  • Amnesty International

  • Mairie de Paris

  • Universidade dos Açores

  • Université de Poitiers

  • IKEA

  • Oficina de Turisme de Barcelona

  • Radio Televisione Svizzera di Lingua Italiana

  • Institut National Norvégien de Technologie

  • Jornal da Madeira

  • Radio Maestral Pula

  • Archives cantonales du Jura

  • ...


More than 10 000 young people have benefitted from a placement abroad so far.


Each year about 500 young people do an internship in another AER region.


Participants…


Education...


Sectors (2005)


Beneficiaries : young person (between 18 and 30), recently graduated and living in one of our member regions

Offer:

- a 3 to 7-month work training experience in another European region - all branches of industry, all levels of professional qualification (both skilled and unskilled);

- a maintenance allowance to cover living costs ;

- a free one-month intensive language course (basic knowledge may be required) ;

- cultural activities and field trips (organized by most regions).

Main benefits :

- New skills acquired,

- Energized résumé (more attractive on the labor market),

- Exposure to another European culture and new friends,

- Autonomy


For the companies in the regions, a chance to...

  • take part in the professional training of young people

  • exchange know-how and skills

  • open up to Europe

  • learn about other regions (markets)

  • show off dynamism and creativity

“La Renommée” (Fame), Fragnée Bridge, Liège (Wallonie)


For the regions, a chance to...

  • take part actively in the professional training of the region’s youth

  • recognize youth as one of the regions’ greatest wealth

  • abolish borders while promoting a European and regional consciousness

  • give your region’s youth a chance to broaden their horizons, both professionally and personally

  • make your region known abroad through these young ambassadors

  • invest in your region’s future


How does it work ?

  • You run the program quite freely, according to the following principles :

    • Autonomy : define method of managing, financing criteria

    • Reciprocity : finance incoming trainees - send yours for free


  • Vote a budget according to what you want your Eurodyssée Exchange Program to be :

  • Host and send from 2 to X trainees per year

  • Decide whether you will finance or not trainees’ travel costs

  • ...


  • Designate an officer to implement Eurodyssey in your region and to ensure a suitable (supervision of the) management of the program

  • NB: Regions benefiting from the ESF (European Social Fund) can apply for co-financing. This concerns all 10 new member states.

  • You receive help from the Eurodyssey General Secretariat and are tutored by a seasoned member Region


Attend the Eurodyssey Forum

  • Ayearly event for member regions & non-member regions

  • Exchange experience, get information

  • See where the trainees are living, learning and working in the Forum’s host region

  • Discuss problems encountered and find help

  • Discuss and vote on future trends of the program (members only)

Forum 2003 in

Lyon (Rhône-Alpes)


2009 – Amiens (FR)

  • 100 participants

  • Mainly officers, but also interns, representative of companies,…

    2010 - Murcia (ES)

    2010 – Aosta (IT)

    www.eurodyssee.eu


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