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  1. Digital tools for training and disseminating information about innovative social practices and business models among young entrepreneurs from rural areas of Poland

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    The activities in this project are focused on promoting transnational cooperation between Polish and Bulgarian partners to identify, develop, pilot and implement social innovation among NEET youth from the rural areas of the two countries. Implementing social innovation aims to support entrepreneurship and promote self-employed young people in innovative economic niches with great public impact. To this end, an analysis of effective social practices in European countries will be made. On the basis of the analysis will be presented in detail the social innovations in the sphere of the circular economy and the creation of added value to the health tourism products and services. Partner teams will focus their joint work on the description of the main principles and methods for implementing both practices. They will make detailed definitions of the two innovative approaches. These definitions will serve to evaluate the opportunities for applying social practices in a new geographic context - rural territories of Poland and Bulgaria and NEET youths living in these areas. As a result of the activities, we expect two pilot models and innovative digital training tools to be developed. Pilot models and e-learning tools on phones and tablets of target groups. They will fully meet their needs and will be in line with the modern style and lifestyle of young people in modern times. To enhance the support of youth business initiatives, modern and innovative training methods and forms will be used in the new digital age. The results generated within the project will be multiplied by other stakeholders working in the field of youth entrepreneurship. The products and results are characterized by high availability and adaptability. They will help 200 young NEETs to develop new knowledge and skills to practice entrepreneurship.
    TPI-2129
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    Call for projects
    PL 2018 Coordinated Call - Common Framework within the Axis Priority IV Social innovation and transnational cooperation, Measure 4.3
  2. EOI EUROPEAN COWORKINGS

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    PROJECT:"EUROPEAN COWORKINGS EOI" (ESF co-funded)Main objective: Create a European Network of mentors that provide ad-hoc mentoring services to Entrepreneurs in order to boost their projects and reinforce their international business strategy.European CW EOI is an acceleration program aimed at Spanish entrepreneurs, that receive online and in-situ mentoring (face to face) in an entrepreneurship/innovation centre located in a EU member state (more than 13 EU countries participating), for 2-3 months.The first EU CW edition was launched in July 2016 and was closed with a big Wrap-Up Event in Feb 2017, where mentors coming form 13 EU countries attended: Ireland, UK, Italy, Greece, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Sweden, Austria, Hungary, Romania, Spain, France, Belgium and Portugal.EOI is now launching the FIFTH edition of the Program (March 2019). The program covers the mentoring sessions for 50 Spanish entrepreneurs (30 hours of training + 48 hours of mentoring for each entrepreneur), travel expenses and accommodation in Europe for 5 weeks.
    TPI-2238
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  3. Social innovation, territory of youth entrepreneurship in rural areas of Bulgaria

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     The project activities are focused on meeting the needs of young people of Bulgaria and Spain for new and innovative social practices for developing entrepreneurial models and developing economic activity. In the case of Bulgaria, a special focus will be given to young people in rural areas: lack of motivation and discouragement of youngsters living in these relatively remote and backward areas can be overcome by introducing new innovative social practices. Same premises are valid for Spanish less developed areas. The common methodological basis of the project is the creation of modern digital educational tools and methods for the dissemination of information and knowledge and the organization of non-formal training among the targeted territories. 
    TPI-2109
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    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    BG 2018 Coordinated Call - Transnational partnerships
  4. VIERTO- creating sustainable paths from detention to working life and social inclusion

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    The Finnish sanctions system is moving fast towards more open sanctions. For coaching towards working life open sanctions offer a continuative path from imprisonment to open sanctions, education and working life. But they make it also harder to reach the offenders rightly timed and offer integrated and long enough support of multi-professional team. Therefore this proposal aims to build an integrated model where all types of sanctions can be effectively utilised in the path to sustainable housing, education and working life.In Finland the criminal sanctions system is fully state controlled, but after sanctions home municipality is responsible for his/her housing, social welfare and coaching towards labour market. Different NGO’s and foundations play a central role reducing the gap between ex-offenders, working life and social inclusion.
    TPI-343
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    Call for projects
    ESF Call For Projects Concerning Transnational Cooperation (FI)
  5. I can

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    The aim of the project "I can" is to provide a set of certain means of social inclusion that would enable persons who experience social exclusion to better (re)integrate into the labour market. The target groups of the project are: ex-prisoners, ex-offenders, former residents of children's care homes and special boarding schools and receivers of social benefits. They will be encouraged to make positive changes in their lives - to look for a job, to study or get employment.
    TPI-1206
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    Call for projects
    LT - Integration of people facing social exclusion into the labour market (08.3.1-ESFA-K-413)
  6. Studio "Find Yourself in the Labour Market"

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    Integration of the vulnerable to the labour market should not be one- off action that include personal training and separate community events. Effective social integration is a unified process based on consistent application of the innovative, empowering integration social service model that combines two essential components individual empowerment and building capacity of the community to be inclusive and supportive to the vulnerable. The project Studio – Find Yourself in the Labour Market will be implemented in Utena District covering communities in five regions. Project partners: Anyksciai District Social Service Centre; Moletai Social Support Centre; Utena District Social Service Centre; Visaginas Social Service Centre; Zarasai District Social Service Centre.
    TPI-1199
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    Call for projects
    LT - Integration of people facing social exclusion into the labour market (08.3.1-ESFA-K-413)
  7. Ensure sustainable employment for marginalized communities by reconciling work and private life

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    Research, analysis and transfer of good European practices and initiatives to support reconciliation of work and private life by administrations, businesses, non-governmental organisations, etc. to ensure sustainable employment for marginalised communities.
    TPI-1838
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    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    BG 2018 Coordinated Call - Transnational partnerships
  8. Increase employment intentions of employers towards persons with work-limiting disabilities.

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    The main question of the project is: “How can we enhance employer involvement in creating labour market opportunities for persons with an occupational disability?” The focus of the project is on the role of the job intermediary or coach and their relationship with employers.   In particular, we use good practices in order to determine which factors positively influence employers’ intentions: intention boosters! We also pay attention to the intersection of these intention boosters and gender. We then link these intention boosters to national and international tools used by job intermediaries in other European Union countries. New tools can also be developed, which delivers the transnational end product, the basis for mutual learning.   Then, each partner can continue with these tools. The intended Flemish end-product is an enrichment of the Supported Employment model for employer involvement.
    TPI-1344
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    Call for projects
    Call 409 - Transnationality III (BEnl)
  9. Mentoring Refugees- towards integration on the European labour market.

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    In 2015 there was a huge increase in asylum seekers in the European Union. Integration into the European society has many aspects, including education and employment. The employability numbers of refugees in Europe are low. The integration of these people in the European labour market, is a major challenge for the coming years. Hefboom vzw wants to develop a transnational model in which mentoring can be used  as a way of sustainable integration of refugees into the labour market in Flanders and the rest of Europe.
    TPI-52
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    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    Transnational Call 357 (BEnl)
  10. All-in-one 4 HER- Fast-track Integration of Highly Educated Refugees in the Labour Market

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    According to the researches one third of the immigrants to OECD countries are highly educated. Employment gap between citizens and immigrants differs from one country to another. Most of the highly educated immigrants work overqualified. Immigrants/refugees constitutes a large part of these immigrants. Belgium is the one of the countries where this gap is over the average of EU and OECD. Employment gap raises as the education level raises in Flanders while the opposite was expected. We see hardships of attaining recognition of diplomas, absence of necessary language ability, lack of information about system and labour market, inadequacy and inefficiency of concrete systems dealing with different cases as the main causes of this huge gap. Our project will mainly focus on highly educated (min. bachelor degree) immigrants/refugees in all 3 countries, but we will also target the prospective mentors/coaches from labour market, integration offices, employment agencies as the other part of the possible improvement and solution.
    TPI-2139
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    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    BE (NL) 2018 FLEXIBLE CALL - Transnationality IV

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