Informacja o organizacjiFiľakovo is an industrial town located in the Banská Bystrica Region of south-central Slovakia. Its population is 10.000 inhabitants, with ethnic groups including 64% Hungarians, 30% Slovaks, and 4% Roma.
Komponent/działanie, którego partnerstwo dotyczyKomponent 2.2. Sieci miast
Zakres tematyczny projektuSpołeczne zaangażowanie
Ramy czasowe projektu01-01-2017 – 30-09-2016
Rola partnera w projekcieLider
Opis projektuThe aim of our project is to create an international network for knowledge sharing in the field of Social Integration Enterprises. The Network of partners should include towns, municipalities, experts, non-profit institutions as well as educational and research bodies. In our project we want to include experienced partners in the field of setting up Social Enterprises as well as partners, who wish to enhance the social and economical life quality of their citizens but lack the needed support and know how. We want to create a platform for exchanging know how, best practice examples and discussing new path and possibilities in the field of Social Integration Enterprises. In line with our goals, we aim to establish a system for educating unemployed citizens and reintegrating them into work life. OBJECTIVES AND GOALS - Promote the social inclusion of disadvantaged groups - Eliminate social inequalities - Reduce unemployment - Improve the quality of services for local communities - Contextualize Social Integration Enterprises within EU policies OUTCOMES OF THE PROJECT - A strategy for long-term sustainability in establishing and running Social Integration Enterprises - Publication of a "manual" for establishing of social enterprises - Involvement of civic society in the process of social integration - Raising awareness of societal and civic benefits from Social Integration Enterprises
Komentarz aplikującegoTown/municipalities, other levels of local/regional authorities, federations/associations of local authorities, non-profit organisations representing local authorities that works with persons with intellectual disabilities.