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  1. 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)
  2. 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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    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    LT - Integration of people facing social exclusion into the labour market (08.3.1-ESFA-K-413)
  3. 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
  4. 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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    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    Call 409 - Transnationality III (BEnl)
  5. 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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  6. Youth Employability

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    development of research system in order to emphasize the creation of job possibilities for young people. Implementation of digital tools and digitisation in order to solve conflicts within the actual and future labour market
    TPI-2646
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    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    PT Flexible Call 2018 - Learning and competences
  7. Choose, achieve and keep it!

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    The aim of the project „Choose, achieve and keep it“ is to help socially disadvantaged persons to integrate into labour market by means of social inclusion services. A certain set of concrete means will be used to integrate disabled, social risk families, their children as well as asylum seekers into the labour market or learning environment. The research has revealed that persons who are on social risk and socially excluded quite easily accustom themselves to being unemployed and learn to live without income from the job. During the course of time they become dependent on free social services, compensations and state benefits. Therefore, the application of the set of particular means, which are anticipated in this project, is the most effective way to help employable but due to some reasons (usually subjective reasons) persons to get back into labour market and ensure their active and long-term participation – social and economic autonomy. By the provision of a set of concrete means the members of target group will be encouraged to make a change in their life – to start looking for a job, study or work.
    TPI-1208
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    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    LT - Integration of people facing social exclusion into the labour market (08.3.1-ESFA-K-413)
  8. Bridging- Inclusive Employment and the Active Citizenship

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    The equal right to study and work does not realize beyond people with disabilities in Finland. They face discrimination too often and there is a lack of experienced full-citizenship. In policy level, the development of disabled policy is encouraging: Part-time employency is recommended widely. Still the need for new knowledge, information of activation policies is required. Seeing persons with disabilities only as objects of charity and medical treatment is old fashioned. We find it important to confront them as persons with equal rights and capability to make their own decisions in life. 
    TPI-1406
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    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    FI 2018 Coordinated Call under Sustainable Growth and Work 2014-2020
  9. Personal Assistant: to be or not to be? A specific career choice of parents and other relatives of people with disabilities

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    Many European countries developed systems of cash budgets that allow people with disabilities to hire (a) personal assistant(s). The idea of personal assistance is to provide support that is tailored to the individual as far as possible and to optimise the person’s influence over how the support is arranged.Sometimes the person with functional impairment wants someone of his own family (parent, partner, child, brother, sister,..) to become his/her personal assistant. And parents of a minor can consider to take the job of personal assistant themselves.We want to focus on this specific career choice and examine what points of view can be taken into consideration in order to take a deliberate career decision.
    TPI-1634
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    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    BE (NL) 2018 FLEXIBLE CALL - Transnationality IV
  10. Partnership policy as a trigger for lifelong learning, innovation and change

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    The “Partnership policy as a trigger for lifelong learning, innovation and change” project proposal addresses the problem of skill mismatches in the labour market in Bulgaria and Flanders, Belgium. Thus, the proposal adopts the idea that, in order to face the challenges associated with social inclusion, quality of jobs, working conditions, etc., it is necessary to support lifelong learning (LLL) as an essential factor for building adequate skills and competences in order to foster social innovation and boost the economic development.
    TPI-2621
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