NGOS’ services which seek to increase disadvantaged youth employment

Laima Okunevičiūtė Neverauskienė, Kristina Šlekienė


NGOs’ services for disadvantaged youth seeking to increase their employment is analysed in the article. A new view to NGOs’ role in the process of youth working integration is presented, which is oriented to the specific needs and problems of youth integrating into the labour market and the fulfilment of these needs via participation in NGOs’ activities. NGOs are seen as institutions which are able to develop disadvantaged youth common skills that are needed in the modern labour market. The data is presented from the research of NGOs representatives, accomplished during the project “Lithuanian development community of youth employment improvement”.


NGOs’ services; disadvantaged youth; employment

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"Social Work" ISSN online 2029-2775 / ISSN print 1648-4789