ESF+ project in Hungary helps unemployed people to find work and self-esteem

The project, funded by the European Social Fund, is targeted at people from Roma communities – particularly women – who face social prejudice and labour market discrimination. Delivered in 66 employment sites across the country, the project provides training for two roles: child and youth inspector; and social care provider and nurse. By helping people into work, the project also strengthens participants’ sense of social inclusion.

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