ReDI School Commits to Decent Jobs for Youth on Tech Education for Job Readiness of Migrant Youth

ReDI School of Digital Integration pledged a commitment to Decent Jobs for Youth to empower young migrant through tech & soft skills to accelerate job market integration for youth in Germany, in collaboration with learners, volunteer teachers, and partners.

ReDI School is an organization which offers tech education to youth with a forced migration background to accelerate their job market integration in Germany, through free tech courses, career counselling, soft skills training, and mentorship, as well as access to a network of professionals and partners.

The commitment aims to upskill 3,800 young migrants for job readiness in German job market. On the free tech courses, 50 hours of project-based tech skills training is provided to youth for enhancing digital literacy and tech proficiency. Additionally, leaners can access to 1 on 1 mentor support, connect to potential employers in an annual job fair, and participate in workshops on soft skills and career support including CV-writing, preparing for job interviews, German language for the job market, and professional orientation in Germany.

The mentioned programmes are offered completely free to learners and co-created with all stakeholders, through regular retrospective sessions, continuous feedback gathering and the constant update of course content.

ReDI School will boost action and impact on the thematic area of Digital Skills for youth to realize the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.


The Global Initiative on Decent Jobs for Youth and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

Decent Jobs for Youth was launched in 2016 as a UN system-wide effort, focusing on the youth employment challenge that is central to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. It has emerged as a global, multi-stakeholder initiative that brings together governments, social partners, the private sector, youth and civil society organizations, and others. They work together to share knowledge, leverage resources and take action at country and regional level, to support young people in accessing decent work and productive employment worldwide. 

For more information, please contact:

Mrs. Anne Kjaer Bathel, CEO & Co-Founder, ReDI School of Digital Integration gGmBH I

Ms. Mireia Nadal Chiva, COO, ReDI School of Digital Integration gGmBH I

Global Initiative on Decent Jobs for Youth I


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Published Date

27 September 2022