Action Against Hunger is launching a new network in Europe to promote social innovation as a tool to create a more inclusive European labour market.
This is a joint initiative from the cities of Barcelona, Athens, Stockholm, Lisbon and Rotterdam looking into three shared social challenges to find effective solutions to be implemented at a local level.
Specialisterne is a company with a social purpose that collaborates with third sector entities to work with talented people with ASD.
One of the basic premises from which we approach the Management and Measurement of Cultural Diversity in the Workplace Awareness Programme is the consideration that ‘culture’ is a wide and transversal concept that defines, encompasses and relates to different variables of diversity.
Notfairbnb.be mimics the look of Airbnb and offers sleeping over soiled mattresses or plush canal side terraces to attract funds.
The cooperative Central Parc in San Boi “rescues” abandoned spaces in the Parc Agrari del Baix Llobregat (Baix Llobregat Agricultural Park) near Barcelona and uses it for social economy projects. The cooperative’s director explains this initiative.
Workeer was set up by two young Germans with the aim to facilitate access to the labour market for refugees.
NEET U, a project funded by the Erasmus+ programme, aims to change Not in Employment, Education or Training (NEET) situations by re-activating experienced seniors.
Through mentoring, Punt de Referència helps youngsters who were under the care of the Public Social Protection System. Two volunteers share their experience with us.
Verso is a European research and development project whose aim is to explain how volunteering can help European authorities in fighting unemployment and improving the quality of life of jobless people.
To support formerly supervised youngsters during their emancipation process is one of the tasks done by the Association Punt de Referència.