Ce projet, financé par le programme Grundtvig Apprentissage Tout au Long de la Vie, documentera des exemples de bonnes pratiques dans différents pays européens et développera un programme de formation pour promouvoir le travail et la (ré) intégration sociale. Pour en savoir plus, en anglais, veuillez lire les informations ci-dessous.

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Foundation The Rainbow Group - and in its extension Correlation - coordinate the European project INWORK - Meaningful work and (re)integration programmes for marginalised and vulnerable groups.

This project, which is financed by the Life Long Learning Grundtvig Programme, will identify and document best practice examples in different European countries and develop training and skill buidling tools to promote work and (re)integration fo marginalised and vulnerable groups.

In order to create a broad European database and resource centre we are currently searching for relevant information and best practice examples in the field of work and (re)integration. This information and best practice examples should focus on alternative work and (re)integration programmes and social firms, which are specifically targeting homeless people, drug users, people with psychiatric disorders and/or detainees/prisoners.

If you run a relevant programme in this field or know any other organisation, which is doing so, please send us some information and share your knowledge with us. We will then contact you for more background information and include your information in our resource centre.

Please contact us: kschiffer@correlation-net.org

Click here to read more information on the project.

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