The project “Bottom-up online structured self-help for disadvantaged parents” (OZO 2) aims to develop a relevant online self-help tool that stimulates a decrease in the perceived distance of self-perceived disadvantaged parents to society and/ or the labor market by means of increasing their digital capabilities.
The concrete aim of the project is to develop an online self-help environment for disadvantaged parents as well as increased knowledge and skills by Ezzev staff based on good practices as found by the Greek project partner (a spin-off from PAEPSM: Lmpgs Educational Seminars). These good practices help to understand how to successfully decrease the distance of self-perceived disadvantaged parents to society and/ or the labor market by means of a tool.
After the conclusion of the project, all stakeholders will be able to use the tool that will be developed during the project for free. In return feedback on their experiences is expected so that the tool can be permanently improved.
The project OZO 2 (2018-2-NL01-KA104-059914) is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme.