Let us present the Intercept working group.
Lithuania, Malta, Italy, Poland, Slovakia and Luxembourg are the 6 European countries of origin of the 9 organisations collaborating on the Intercept Project.
- Jobsplus from Malta is the lead partner who will coordinate the entire project.
- Visionary Analytics from Lithuania, CASE - Center for Social and Economic Research from Poland and the Institute of Economic Research - Slovak Academy of Sciences will oversee the research aspects of the project;
- The Region of Tuscany, Anci Toscana and the Grosseto University Hub in Italy will focus on communications, outreach and training development;
- Anci Toscana with Jobsplus and the Lithuanian Public Employment Service will pilot the innovative training in green skills which will involve 300 NEETs across the three countries (Lithuania, Malta and Italy);
- As the project expert partner, ADEM, the National Employment Agency of Luxembourg, will share knowledge about labour market mechanisms and guidance of young jobseekers.
The Center for Social and Economic Research is an independent, non-profit research institute founded on the idea that research-based policy-making is vital for the economic welfare of societies. Established in Warsaw in 1991, CASE today is recognized as the top think tank in Central and Eastern Europe and is one of the most highly regarded think tanks internationally.
ADEM, the national employment agency, is the first contact point for job-seekers and employers in Luxembourg. Placed under the authority of the Ministry of Labour, Employment and the Social and Solidarity Economy, ADEM’s primary role is to match the offers and demands on the employment market.