Project Idea and Partner Search Form
Contact person: Zane Zeibote
State: Latvia
Organisation: University of Latvia
Address: Raina boulevard 19, Riga
Phone: +371 +371 29417214
Short description of Project idea: To setup an information system on labour-market issues, on training, qualifications and job opportunities in the common cross-border area of the countries Latvia, Estonia and Russia, by designing, developing and integrating a multilingual online-information portal to compare job profiles as well as vocational and advanced training initiating this way a cross-border transfer of knowledge and experience by network activities.:
Priority 1: Socio-economic development
Measure 1: Fostering of socio-economic development and encouraging business and entrepreneurship

Main project activities and / or results: The project aims to achieve long-term labour market effects: • the increase of cross-border mobility; • the reduction of unemployment through multilingual availability and transparency of job prospects; • the increase of the number of trainees through trainings/educations also covering the neighbouring countries. Multilingual online-information portals designed, developed and integrated. Indicators of achievement: one web platform and all information material in the 3 languages (Latvian, Estonian, Russian), additionally several informations are available in English. Studies and analysis on the cross-border labour market elaborated: • at least 150 job profiles studied; • at least 60 researched information on recognition of qualifications; • one study on labour market development within the Region; • new active cross-border networks developed; • better visibility on EU and project objectives in the Region and of project results.
Looking for Partners from:
Type of organisation:
National institution
Public equivalent body
Non-governmental organisation
Additional information about desired partner: Partners who will be able to help target groups to benefit from project results, such as jobseekers and apprentices, enterprises as well as labour market administrations and similar authorities such as employers associations or educational institutions (establishing new professions, approaches for joint cross-border trainings) in the target area.