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Employment and Empowerment in Addiction Recovery – A Teams Meeting

Employment and Empowerment in Addiction Recovery – A Teams Meeting

Within the EEAR Project we seek to promote Social Inclusion for some of the most excluded members of society by supporting them on their journey of re-integration into vocational training , employment and
self-employment by each of the partners sharing our current successful programmes, comparing what works well and areas for development in order to enhance the quality of provision for this specialist group and other disadvantaged groups within society. Today we had a Teams Meeting with ChoiceWorks, presenting their programme ‘Employment and Empowerment in Addiction Recovery’

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Successful Young Migrant Entrepreneurs boost Dutch and UK Economy

Successful Young Migrant Entrepreneurs boost Dutch and UK Economy

Successful Young Migrants Entrepreneurs boost Dutch and UK Economy. A study by the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) found that immigrants are far more likely to be entrepreneurial than people born and brought up in the UK… Three times as much in fact. Figures from the Dutch Chamber of Commerce for 2015 show that one in five starters was not born in the Netherlands

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‘Lovely Dutch EAER Day’

‘Lovely Dutch EAER Day’

We are approaching the final stages of the EAER project. On February 17th 2021, the Dutch Foundation of Innovation Welfare 2 Work organised ‘Digital EAER Day 2021’ to showcase all the work we have done. The EAER days were designed to connect the EAER programme with the local and regional Social Networks for people in […]

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Teams Webinar ProCKD 16th February 2021, 14:00 CET

Teams Webinar ProCKD 16th February 2021, 14:00 CET

Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease or End Stage Renal Disease face many barriers to remain in or join the workforce, especially after starting dialysis treatment. These barriers include poor employment opportunities because of disadvantaged socioeconomic status, fatigue and other symptoms of renal failure, depression and feelings of social isolation… The ProCKD project focuses on the needs and problems of patients from Spain, Turkey, Greece, and the Netherlands. More specifically the focus will be on how the working patients can continue their employment after initiation of dialysis, on how to be encouraged to continue training and education, and on how unemployed patients can be assisted in finding meaningful work. The focus of the Webinar, presented by Pieter van Schie MA, is on the solution !

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ReConnect

ReConnect

Research shows that more than 80% of young people in Europe use the internetfor social activities. Whilst mobile access to the internet significantly increasedover the last years, the use of technology for educational purposes lags behind.Through this project, the educators will learn new skills on how to harness thesoft-skills as well as robust digital skills needed by the learners and educators tothrive in their future employment and life.

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Young Migrant Entrepreneur Step-by-Step plan

Young Migrant Entrepreneur Step-by-Step plan

How to formally start your own business?; Where do you start? And what rules, laws and regulations you have to take into account? It’s the question that many starting entrepreneurs ask themselves. The YME Project has made a step-by-step plan to make you legally and officially ready for the start of your company in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Romania, Italy, Turkey. Below we tell you how to start up a business in Holland.

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Syrian Entrepreneurship boosts Turkish Economy

Syrian Entrepreneurship boosts Turkish Economy

Syrian Entrepreneurship boosts Turkish Economy. As a first attempt for the social integration of Syrians in Turkey the Turkish Ministry of National Education (TMNE) is mainly focused on their education. There are 3.5 million Syrians in Turkey and 1.1 Million are between the ages 5-18. Even though there are immense efforts to provide education to the Syrian children in Turkey, only 650.000 are currently being educated in public schools. Another important feature is that Syrian entrepreneurs are gaining ground and boosting the Turkish economy.

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