The Central European Initiative (CEI) is a regional intergovernmental forum committed to supporting European integration through cooperation between and among its Member States and with the European Union (EU) and international organisations. The following publication offers a useful stimulus to whoever works in the field of social inclusion and further strategies for the Europe 2020 on inclusion and active development. It contains an explanation of Social Inclusion in Europe, an analysis of the inclusion of the disadvantaged in the workplace and it ends with a collection of best practices carried out by each partner.
The PRESS project contributes to the achievement of the objectives set by Europe 2020 in education, employment, and social inclusion, and in Hungary to the implementation of the National Social Inclusion Strategy: extreme poverty, child poverty, Roma (2011-2020). The publication is composed as follows: in the beginning there is an analysis of the context, it follows a description of the project and the related partners, then there is a focus on the disadvantaged groups and what are the strategies of the European Union for them. Finally, it spotlights the Work Integration Social Enterprises (WISE) and the different national contexts.
This publication has been produced through the Erasmus + KA2 Strategic Multicultural Partnerships Project Early Childhood Education – MECEC+. It includes the description of the partners involved, the explanation of the relationship between European Union and Multicultural Early Childhood Education, methods and tools of the research, the needs analysis, and the comparison of national research reports.
The project sought to develop and transfer best and innovative practices related to work integration social enterprises and the specific professional profile of the Jobcoach. The publication is structured as follows: first, there is a brief explanation of the methodology used, then there is a description of the questionnaire and a focus on its aim: to investigate and collect the target public’s opinions of principal themes to focus on in the training module that will be created, the finality of this project.
The objective of this project is to bring European states and its citizens closer and allow them to fully participate in European construction/integration. Through this program, citizens are able to engage in transnational exchanges and cooperative activities thus contributing to the development of a sense of belonging to common European ideals and promoting the process of European integration.
The following publication is composed of two parts, the first one is theoretical-reflective which deals with memory, disability and the execution of the disabled which occurred during the Nazi-Fascist period. The second part is the operative part which includes instruments and modes of operating, activities and operative proposals and it concludes with verification and evaluation of the activities.
The All Inclusive programme aims to strengthen the social inclusion of small children living with disabilities in the years preceding the kindergarten, and adults leaving formal education and/or with reduced capacity to work. The following publication contains a brief introduction to the programme, the main guidelines and the theoretical background of the research, and finally the list of the partners involved.