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  1. 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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  2. 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
  3. 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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    Country of submission
  4. Kick-start Your Soft Skills

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    Soft skills have great influence on the proper functioning of employees, both in the workplace itself and in interactions with partners and customers. Kickstart Your Soft Skills (KYSS) aims to encourage and support young adults to further develop their professional development in the field of soft skills. For young adults and job seekers it  delivers materials (e.g. an online tool) to gain insight in their soft skills. For workplace counsellors the project provides materials (and methods) to coach these young people. By extension, the tools are also likely to be used in career counselling and development of generic competences of older employees.
    TPI-1434
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    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    Call 409 - Transnationality III (BEnl)
  5. Ellipse- Locating and Leveraging the Intrapreneurship Potential of Small Enterprises

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    ELLIPSE evaluates the intrapreneurship potential of SMEs in Saxony-Anhalt and helps to harness this by developing strategies and solutions. This is how ELLIPSE supports SMEs in recognising and encouraging intrapreneurial and innovative employees.Intrapreneurship means to practice the principles of entrepreneurship within the given framework of an organisation. An intrapreneur is a person who takes on the responsibility to develop and introduce new ideas, products and processes or any new invention within the organisation. For ELLIPSE, the Small Businesses category includes organisations with less than 100 employees which is a typical company size in the region.The project focuses on the development of a practical toolbox that is easy to use in everyday work life. With the help of this toolbox intrapreneurial thinking and acting of employees shall be boosted to strengthen the market position of the organisation.
    TPI-2473
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    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    ESF Integration Guidelines of the Federal Government (incl IdA - DE)
  6. Service Lab Bulgaria

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    The idea of the project is support job creation and self employment through easy access to innovative business methodologies such as service design, and design-thinking, ecosystems thinking and Lego serious play.  The project is under Investment priority 4 with target group: self-employed, entrepreneurship, and business creation including innovative micro, small and medium sized enterprises.  The Specific Objective is: promoting transnational cooperation in respect of exchange of experience, good practices and models for promotion of self-employment, entrepreneurship and creation of enterprises, including innovative micro, small and medium enterprises.
    TPI-1716
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    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    BG 2018 Coordinated Call - Transnational partnerships
  7. fPlaza- Sustainable Growth

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    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
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    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. SECiSo II

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    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
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    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    SE 2018 Coordinated Call - Social Economy, Inclusion, Youth Employment and Migrants
  9. CARVE – Circadian Activity for Revitalizing Vocational Energy

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    TPI-1905
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    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
  10. Platform of Drone Development

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    Platform of Drone Development Project (PRODRO) project address the need for the development of the platform integrating development of the qualifications related to Drone industry development in Poland. The joint cooperation should lead to the development of the new tools and solution for Drone industry in Poland and Europe taking advantage of the need for qualified specialists understanding and knowing principles of the Industry 4.0 requirements and challenges.
    TPI-2574
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    Country of submission
    Call for projects
    Projects with a transnational component, implemented under the Common Framework under Priority Axis IV Social innovation and transnational cooperation, Measure 4.3 Transnational cooperation

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