Within the project Work Flow on May 25th in Kaposvar a roundtable discussion was held, on theme “Opportunities for promotion of labor mobility in the cross border region.”
The roundtable consisted of lectures on the theme of experiences in promoting labor mobility through the projects implemented under the IPA Cross Hungary – Croatia, and a model of volunteering in the Member States of the European Union was presented.
In front of the City of Koprivnica, at a roundtable discussion participated Maja Balasko and presented the experiences and projects implemented by the City of Koprivnica, under the CBC program Hungary – Croatia. Total of 4 projects were presented: Workflow, BOSH, K2.NET and the Four Seasons – Four fairs. These projects deal with improving business ties between entrepreneurs from both sides of the border, promoting labor mobility and economic development by encouraging cross-border area.
Jelena Prđun from CES PS Krizevci presented the project “Education for Service Academy”, in which implementation they participated as project partners and the project was implemented in the first call IPA Cross Hungary-Croatia.
Sasvari Gabor, Deputy Director of the Employment of the Government Office in Baranya, spoke on the issue of employment in Hungary and the differences between regions. He presented the possibility of joint action and solving the unemployment problem, taking into account specific characteristics of both countries. He also presented the EU projects in which they previously participated.
Kovács Dora the Compass Youth Volunteers Association presented the possibilities of mobility through a program of volunteering in the framework of the European Commission’s Youth in Action.
Project Work flow is carried out under the second call IPA cross-border program Croatia-Hungary. The project leader is city of Kaposvár and partners in implementing are the City of Koprivnica, the Croatian Employment – Regional Office Krizevci and Employment Government offices in Pecs Baranya County.