WISEs and COVID-19

ENSIE has been very active to support WISEs all over Europe since the beginning of the Coronavirus crisis. You’ll find here a summary of those actions. 

Analysis on WISEs and COVID-19

We updated, thanks to our members, our data on WISEs and COVID-19 and analysed the results. We also presented numerous good practices from WISEs all over Europe which have faced the Coronavirus crisis with innovating practices.

Grâce à nos membres, nous avons mis à jour nos données sur les entreprises sociales d’insertion et le COVID-19. C’est aussi une opportunité pour nos de présenter les bonnes pratiques venant de toute l’Europe d’ESI ayant fait face au coronavirus en développant des pratiques innovantes!

Documents

Call for specific support measures for inclusive and integrated forms of employment during the Coronavirus crisis Download
Appel à des mesures de soutien spécifiques pendant la crise du Coronavirus en faveur des formes inclusives et intégrantes d’emploi Download
Impact of COVID-19 on WISEs - First publication Download
L'impact du COVID-19 sur les ESI - Première publication Download
Impact du COVID-19 sur les ESI - Seconde publication Download
Impact of COVID-19 on WISEs - Second publication Download

Presentation of our first results to the GECES

During the 29th April GECES, we presented the results of our study among our members and discussed with the European Commission what kind of support WISEs would need in the next months.

Data collection from our members

In April, we started collecting data from our members to make a thorough analysis of the national situations. Two types of datas have been collected,  economic data and datas related to skills and employment issues.  

Call for specific support measures for inclusive and integrated forms of employment during the Coronavirus crisis

We started our action with the publication of a "Call for specific support measures for inclusive and integrated forms of employment during the Coronavirus crisis", with RREUSESocial Firms Europe - CEFEC and CEC. Caling the European Commission as well as Member States to take action to help the most vulnerable to face the Coronavirus crisis.

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