LOCATION OF THE ROJECT: It advocates for peace, justice, human NATIONAL YOUNG WOMEN’S
rights and care of the environment, and CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF
The program will take place in 3 schools: has been at the forefront of raising the ROMANIA
- Tehnic College Petru Rares., Bucharest: status of women for over 150 years.
The World YWCA develops women's ASOCIATIA NATIONALA
- Traian High school in Deva;
A TINERELOR FEMEI
- The National College Nicolae Titulescu. leadership to find local solutions to the
CRESTINE DIN ROMANIA
global inequalities women face.
PROJECT ACTIVITIES Program:
Activities fall into 3 categories:
NATIONAL YOUNG WOMEN’S “THE YOUTH RIGHTS OF THE
1.Courses / seminars during the school year CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF ROMANIAN YOUNG WOMEN
2.The construction of a website that will be ROMANIA GIRLS AND TEENAGERS FOR AN
presented to all project issues where they EUROPEAN LIFE”
can access online free legal advice and psy- Address: Fabrica de chibrituri
chological. Street,no 34 ap.2, sect 5
3.Organization of 1 contests (annual) eval- Bucharest, Romania.
uation / testing to every school Tel/Fax +4021 335 24 26
PROGRAM: “THE YOUTH RIGHTS Mail: email@example.com
OF THE ROMANIAN YOUNG Program2010@ywca.ro
WOMEN GIRLS AND TEENAGERS
FOR AN EUROPEAN LIFE” it is President: Andreea Diana Iancu
sponsorized by The World YWCA. Tel: +40726405997; April 2010 – March 2011
The World YWCA is a global network of E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
women and young women leading social Program Coodinator & General
and economic change in 125 countries. Secretary : Aurora Livia Popescu
The World YWCA is a global network of Tel: +40724541110; 40723335823
women and young women leading social E-mail: email@example.com
and economic change in 125 countries.
PROJECT SUMMARY OBJECTIVES OF THE PROJECT: impact on personal and
This project comes up into Romanian • To inform the young people
• To gain new member.
young women and girls help, professional about the Human rights
training about their rights. instruments under EU law.
Council of Europe; Courses / seminars during the
Statistics confirm that in Romania many school year that will address the fol-
people, especially young women and • To inform young people about
teenagers don’t have the basic skills their rights, and mainly about
regarding their rights, and especially their the labor rights from Romania 1 The Human Rights instruments under
labor rights from Romanian legislation and from UE and the special EU law. Council of Europe brief intro-
and also in EU. Nowadays, they face a lot rights for youth; duction: Purpose, Members. Structure
of difficulties or even abuses when trying 'legal tools;
• To raise awareness regarding the
to find a job. risk of working on the black 2. Ways to protect and promote human
market rights in Romania ". Rights for young
Through awareness raising sessions the people.
NYWCAR programmer wants to impose a • To decrease the number of
non formal education for young people; people who emigrate in order to 3. Career orientation: How to write a
counseling techniques, informative find a job CV? How can answer to an interview?
sessions about the labor rights, about How to follow finding results?
• To decrease unemployment and
professional reconversion, basic 4. Rights as an employee in Romania
social abuses for women and
information about the Human Rights and and the EU. . Rights under the social
youth in our country;
Labour under the EU instruments insurance payments and medical
European and the Romanian Labor Code • To create a safe professional
etc. environment for the young 5. Mobbing what it is ? How can you
graduates and to make them protect against mobbing?
The professional issue has a great impact trust themselves 6. Retraining "(with participation as
upon the other aspects of life, so it is
• To know the rights of young person invite engaged in the Employ-
important for every body to know their
women / young family. ment Agencies territorial.)
rights and their alternative and how to
achieve that. Domestic violence. Social
7. The rights of young women / young
family. Domestic violence. Social impact
on personal and professional life.