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  1. Developing a generalist approach to (social) work

    Project

    We explored how generalist social work can be implemented in specialist organisations aimed at activating vulnerable target groups towards the labour market.This general approach is important for getting a partnership with people who experience problems and exclusion on several life areas. Having dialogue and interaction with the target group is essential for an approach that keeps their needs in the centre.In this new project we more specifically focus on how methods of client participation can be used to improve the possibility for a generalist social work practice of activation towards the labour market.We would like to exchange information, organise several pilots and outcomes (website and handbook) regarding different models of client participation. The partnership will do research and development on best practices of client participation for the empowerment and/or activation of people in poverty. The partnership strongly believes that (models of) client participation can make an contribution difference in closing the gaps between the target group and the service providers who support them (on the labour market).
    TPI-1602
    Project lead organisation
    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    BE (NL) 2018 FLEXIBLE CALL - Transnationality IV
  2. The Collaborative Office- a comrehensive program developing cooperation of civil servants and EU Funds Beneficiaries

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    The project aims at implementing a new solution for modern – simulation based – trainings for civil servants and EU funds beneficiaries. The solution is supposed to improve the organisational effectiveness of the MJWPU (i.e.: developing the XXI century competencies of the employees, reducing communication barriers, fostering effective time-management, easing the civil servants job by more effective and more strategic communication and cooperation with funds beneficiaries).
    TPI-2272
    Project lead organisation
    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    PL 2018 Coordinated Call - Common Framework within the Axis Priority IV Social innovation and transnational cooperation, Measure 4.3
  3. Tea for two

    Project

    The project "TEA FOR TWO" aims to provide new knowledge, competences and skills to unemployed and inactive people. The target group will provide care for elderly people in day care centers and elderly homes. The innovative activities of the project will include also employees of the "Bakery Houses" social enterprise and Pia Mater social enterprise. A total of 70 persons from 3 municipalities from Vidin, Gabrovo and Sofia districts will be trained in this project and they will develop their skills with a view to achieving sustainable employment in a relatively new economic sector, will support the social integration of elderly people and will gain additional employment skills in alternative sectors.The project proposal aims to develop and consolidate transnational cooperation between Bulgaria, Belgium and Finland in the field of labor market through transfer and introduction of innovative practices to ensure the employment of unskilled and long-term unemployed, exchange of experience in the area of social care for adults; the involvement of social enterprises in this process, and changing society attitudes towards elderly people in general.
    TPI-1855
    Project lead organisation
    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    BG 2018 Coordinated Call - Transnational partnerships
  4. SECiSo II

    Project

    The relation between psychosocial distress and premature school leaving, and its impact, is recognised by several research studies.An ongoing transnational project SECiSo, (Supported Education in Civil Society) has been adapting and testing the methods in a transnational partnership. (Sweden, Hamburg and Netherlands) In the final phase of this  project a toolkit and reference groups are formed by the partners.This project, is a further step aiming at dissemination and training professionals, leading to a more systematic implementation in schools. The focus is also widening to include vocational schools. Moreover special attention is paid to gender mainstreaming. A train-the trainer package will be developed.
    TPI-1995
    Project lead organisation
    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    SE 2018 Coordinated Call - Social Economy, Inclusion, Youth Employment and Migrants
  5. Equality of Course- SECiSo II

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    The purpose of the project SECiSo II - Equality of Course is to improve the attractiveness and quality of vocational education and training and to facilitate young people's establishment in the labour market.  The relation between gender unequality, psychosocial distress and premature school leaving, and its impact, is recognised by several research studies.  An ongoing transnational project SECiSo, (Supported Education in Civil Society) has been adapting and testing the methods in a transnational partnership (Sweden, Germany and Netherlands). In the final phase of this  project a toolkit and reference groups are formed by the partners.  This project, is a further step including gender equality and aiming at dissemination and training professionals, leading to a more systematic implementation in schools. The focus is also widening to include vocational schools. Moreover special attention is paid to gender mainstreaming and the availability perspective. A train the trainer package will be developed.
    TPI-2014
    Project lead organisation
    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    FI 2018 Coordinated Call under Sustainable Growth and Work 2014-2020
  6. KompaS a model of development and validation of social competences

    Project

    Increasing access to lifelong learning for all age groups in formal, non-formal and informal settings, upgrading the knowledge, skills and competences of the workforce, and promoting flexible learning pathways including through career guidance and validation of acquired competences.
    TPI-2212
    Project lead organisation
    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    PL 2018 Coordinated Call - Common Framework within the Axis Priority IV Social innovation and transnational cooperation, Measure 4.3
  7. fPlaza- Sustainable Growth

    Project

    The idea of fPlaza (femalePlaza) is to find innovative ways and methods to support female entrepreneurs to internationalise and grow their businesses. OUAS has carried out a number of projects over the last years to promote female entrepreneurship and leadership. Our aim is to share our experiences and expertise, and to combine them with our international partners’ knowhow.The other aim is to carry out a new kind of international programme of responsible leadership for female entrepreneurs and for women in executive positions. As the role of company values, social responsibility and sustainable development is increasing, it is important to adopt these values as a part of strategic choices of companies.The project will include a wide range of interactive and experiential learning sessions based on previously proven methods to enhance women’s leadership behaviours. The project includes both training in the home country and partnering countries.
    TPI-1470
    Project lead organisation
    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    ESF Call For Projects Concerning Transnational Cooperation (FI)
    FI 2018 Coordinated Call under Sustainable Growth and Work 2014-2020
  8. Female Entrepreneurship & Leadership

    Project

    To set up a transnational educational and research program focussed on female entrepreneurship and leadership.
    TPI-1494
    Project lead organisation
    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    BE-FR - ESF Call for transnational projects
  9. Tea for two

    Project

    The project "TEA FOR TWO" aims to provide new knowledge, competences and skills to unemployed and inactive people. The target group will provide care for elderly people in day care centers and elderly homes. The innovative activities of the project will include also employees of the "Bakery Houses" social enterprise and Pia Mater social enterprise. A total of 70 persons from 3 municipalities from Vidin, Gabrovo and Sofia districts will be trained in this project and they will develop their skills with a view to achieving sustainable employment in a relatively new economic sector, will support the social integration of elderly people and will gain additional employment skills in alternative sectors.
    TPI-2371
    Project lead organisation
    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    BG 2018 Coordinated Call - Transnational partnerships
  10. Personal Assistant: to be or not to be? A specific career choice of parents and other relatives of people with disabilities

    Project

    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
    Project lead organisation
    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    BE (NL) 2018 FLEXIBLE CALL - Transnationality IV

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