At the end of July, 2022, our Estonian partner presented the SU4HR project to a very interesting group, namely, refugees from Ukraine who have found shelter in Estonia and learn Estonian language with them on a daily basis.
Most of them have a background in culture and education and want to find a professional job after learning the language. The topic of human rights is very relevant for them and they have talked about it several times before.
However, during the present meeting, Mr. Uudo Laane, representative of Nooruse Maja prepared for them detailed information about the project results of SU4HR.
Since the language group will be in Nooruse Maja premises for a longer time, the participants asked to be informed about all these opportunities offered by the EC in the future, as well as to receive updates about our project activities and future project results.