Objective

In line with the indications of South East Europe 2020 Strategy, the Seminar promotes the development and promotion of social economy activities - which is fully consistent with the main labour market and social challenges in the region and is closely linked to the EU economic and social model - trough networking, identifying and sharing good practices and know-how.

The fact that the Seminar involves organizations from Central/ East-Europe (EU and non-EU countries) is particularly important since while there is a strong need for inclusion of disadvantaged groups in the area (one third of EU's population at risk of poverty, many from marginalized groups, lives in the Danube Region), often the inclusion policies and social economy are less developed.

Partners

ALBANIA

  • Spitali Psikiatrik Dr. "Sadik Dinci"                                                                                                  
  • Partners Albania                                                                                                                               
  • Pana social enterprises

AUSTRIA

  • arbeit plus           

BELGIUM

  • ENSIE

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

  • Federal Ministry of Health - Department for International Relations and policy coordination

BULGARIA

  • NBDN    

CROATIA

  • ACT Group                                                                                                                                         

CZECH REPUBLIC

  • FOKUS PRAHA                                                                                                                                  

HUNGARY

  • Arca Cooperativa Sociale
  • Galileo Progetti Nonprofit Kft.                                                                                                      

MACEDONIA

  • Association for promotion and development of an inclusive society INKLUZIVA             

 MOLDOVA

  • Eco-Razeni Association
  • AREAP
  • NGO AFI

MONTENEGRO

  • Prvo udruženje roditelja djece i omladine sa posebnim potrebama

POLAND                   

  • Żywiecka Fundacja Rozwoju                                                                                                         

ROMANIA

  • ADV Romania                                                                                                                                   

SERBIA

  • Inicijativa za razvoj i saradnju – IDC Initiative for Development & Cooperation              

SLOVAKIA

  • Matej Bel University, Faculty of Economics  (Banská Bystrica)                                             

SLOVENIA

  • Šent – Dobrovita                                                                                         

Main activities

The main activity is a Mutual Learning Seminar on Social and Work Inclusion of disadvantaged people, including physical, psychiatric, mental disabilities and people in/ at risk of social exclusion. It is a mutual learning seminar between CEI countries’ organizations operating in this field where they share their experiences, methodologies, good practices. The main objective is to enable organizations to know each other, establish personal contact and create a stable network, useful for the future experiences and best practices’ exchange and collaborations. The Seminar also has an educational value on the EU strategies and priorities expressed through EU2020, SEE2020, macro regional strategies.

The Mutual Learning Seminar took place on October 16, 17, 18 2017 in Florence - Italy.

Programme

Learn more about the conclusions of the project The Autonomy Paths - Best Practices Collection