The creation of a non-profit driving school in Ile-de-France
The Contact EAJ organisation (EAJ being short in French for “enfance, adolescence et jeunesse”, or childhood, adolescence and youth) rolls out social and educational initiatives for 11-25 year-olds.
Seventy per cent of the individuals are experiencing significant integration difficulties. The organisation assists them through practical educational support.
The “Permis de mobilité” (Mobility Permit) project consists in creating a local non-profit driving school for young people from disadvantaged urban areas.
The aim is to provide driving training for 25 to 30 individuals a year, thereby lifting the obstacles to their mobility and employability. In addition, one-third of the young people concerned will receive support in pursuing a training or integration project.
The cost of the driving licence is the responsibility of the young people, who may obtain aid from the social services. The beneficiaries will have the possibility to finance part of their licence by taking part in training projects supervised by instructors. The initiative will be jointly monitored with the structures able to provide guidance to the young individuals, including the town-run youth initiative centre, the Mission Locale, the Eva professional integration system, and the Red Cross. The initiative will be assessed in partnership with these local structures.
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