DAEDALUS: An innovative High-Tech Solution to deal with Labor Constraints in the Mediterranean Basin

Submitted on 2015, March 17 - 10:16

The advanced technologically tool financed by the European Union through the ENPI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme 2007 – 2013 and implemented - promoted by an international consortium will start its regional pilot operation on March the 17th in an international event involving Universities and Job Placement Offices in seven Mediterranean Countries.
Daedalus is a very innovative and high-tech platform. DAEDALUS will operate easing and supporting the matching of opportunity offers and market needs in the Mediterranean Basin.
The regional pilot operation begins on March the 17th, which is symbolic because internationally is defined as the “World Social Work Day” for supporting the Dignity and Worth of People. During that day and in parallel a public event will be held in seven different Mediterranean Basin Countries (Lebanon, Palestine, Greece, Italy, Tunisia, Cyprus and Egypt).
The overall objective of the project is to address the needs of the young residents seeking employment in the labour markets of the Mediterranean Sea Basin by enhancing their business opportunities and matching their qualifications and skills with existing needs in neighboring countries.
Daedalus operativity will be based on an updated database able to actively match the opportunities seeking from Mediterranean young people and professionals with opportunities openings from both the South and the North coasts of Mediterranean area.
Daedalus project’s  total budget is 1,939,414.00 million Euro and it is financed for an amount of 1,745,472.60 million Euro (90%), by the European Union through the European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument (ENPI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme).
”Our technological platform aims to involve both the private and the public sector to deal with the labour market constraints in the Mediterranean area” has declared Panagiotis Ktoridis from the Greek private company Uni Systems, the Consortium leader. “We look at it as an effective contribution towards a wider integration between different Countries and cultures”.
In Greece the event will be organized by Uni Systems and University of Piraeus Research Centre in UPRC. For more information please contact Ms Peggy Karaviti, Daedalus Support Staff, at +30 211 999 1252+30 211 999 1252.
This publication/website has been produced with the financial assistance of the European Union under the ENPI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme. The contents of this document/website are the sole responsibility of Uni Systems and can under no circumstances be regarded as reflecting the position of the European Union or of the Programme’s management structures.

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