ENSIE participates as a speaker at the conference Social enterprise as part of an integrated approach to social inclusion organised by the Salvation army EU affairs unit
An opportunity to share the reflections of our partners of the PRESS project!
The Commission welcomed the agreement between the European Parliament and the Member States regarding the European Fund for Strategic Investments that will be brought up to 500 billion euro by 2020 and be extended to new sectors like sustainable agriculture and fishing...
Our Austrian member arbeit plus is organising the conference 'Back to work, now!' - a European conference on creating jobs for long-term unemployed over-50s
Join us on 21/09/2017 in Vienna, Austria
ENSIE and its members Chantier Ecole, La fédération des entreprises d'insertion and RES will be pleased to welcoming you with arbeit plus.
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The INNO-WISEs project has been selected to be presented during the 20 Year Anniversary Conference of the INTERREG Central Europe to be held on 21-22/09/2017 in Berlin, Germany.
See more information about the project, the conference and our partner delegation in Berlin
KICK OFF MEETING OF THE INNO-WISEs PROJECT
29/08/2017 - MILAN, ITALY
The project, financed by the Central Europe Interregional program, aims at proposing ideas, models and services that can make social enterprises more innovative and competitive by reducing the existing technological and business gap and stimulating a switch in mentality.
Launched in December 2016, this program offers solidarity-related jobs, traineeships or voluntary placements in different fields: healthcare, social integration, environmental protection, assistance for migrants and refugees, or food aid. Led by the French Public Employment Service (Pôle Emploi) and the Italian National Agency for active labour policies (ANPAL), the project aims to place 100 000 young people by 2020. Interested? Find out the documents here and here.
To register your organisation, send a email to the following adresses:
In order to meet tax obligations from the EU Stability and Growth Pact, the Romanian Government has just forbidden to private firms to buy from protective employment units employing disabled people in order to achieve the employment rate stated by the law. Two solutions are left for them: direct employment through quotas or to pay fines, which could help the state finances. Nevertheless, the impact would be significant employment possibilities for social economy sector.
ENSIE thus supports Romanian civil society organisations in this regard.
This report from the ILO highlights that gender gaps that are tough and common throughout the World and points out that reducing gap is not only a question of social justice but also makes economic sense.
Young Europeans between 20 and 30 years old willing to implement a project with a civic impact can apply to participate to the FutureLab Europe Annual Forum in January 2018, when will be discussed relevant topics for the future of Europe.
Deadline for applications: 24 September.
The European Council agrees its position for the 2018 budget
The budget will increase compare to 2017: +7,4% for payments, due to the implementation of the 2014-2020 programs. The Council enhanced its will to focus on on young unemployment, smart, inclusive and sustainable growth, job creation, as well as security and migration.
The EESC civil society prize will take place on 7 December 2017.
The subject this year is: “Innovative projects to promote quality employment and entrepreneurship of the future of work”. This prize will reward civil society organisations and/or individuals and which aim at the labour market integration of newcomers and all the people who are distant from the labour market and require specific support.
Deadline for applications: 8 September 2017.
From the 1st to the 4th of july 1997, was held in Pérou the meeting of Lima which boosted the desire to internationalize the Social Solidarity Economy movement. From Lima Declaration is born the RIPESS formal network, in 2002.
The 106th International Labour Conference adopted the Recommendations concerning Employment and Decent Work for Peace and Resilience. Those include guidelines on vulnerable groups integration as such as migrants, refugees or disabled people. It points out that Member States should develop targeted labour market policies and programs in accordance with their national laws.
This Friday, 16th of June 2017, ENSIE and its members will meet in Ghent to discuss about the future of Work Integration Social Enterprises during the public event 'WISEs going forward'.
An occasion to reward the winners of our Facebook competition 'Selfie on the workspace', to discuss with European Commission's representatives on the next steps to further promote our enterprises and to do an interesting study visit.