Currently, Social Economy is almost absent in non-formal education of young people. It is very important to change this situation, as non-formal education in this field will show young people ways how disadvantaged groups can actively engage in and contribute to the development of the local community.
Tool Kit: How to Promote Social Economy among Young People?
Over the years, it is becoming more and more difficult to integrate Roma in the labor market, due not only to the increasing level of unemployment but, also, because of their low educational level. Therefore, finding a job in the country of their residence is a challenge for them.
Social Inclusion in the labor market and development of the Roma population through the use of simple tools and terms
The social economy, which is expressed through social enterprises, is a form of solidarity-based economy focused on vulnerable groups of the population. This uncompetitive economy can work complementary to income and employment as well as to the tackling of unemployment and poverty.
ighting discrimination and prejudice against ROMA people and their inclusion in education and employment is one of the most important strategic goals of EU. In order to achieve this goal, the collaboration of organizations at regional and national level is quite necessary.
Fighting discrimination and prevention of ROMA in education – Strategies, methodologies & tools
On 31η May and 1η June 2017, Florida University in the city of Valencia (Spain), held the 5th transnational meeting of the European project PAL (cofounded by the Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme of European Union), a project that aims to address the issue of ant-Gypsyism and to improve the level of social inclusion of Roma people.
Addressing the issue of ant-Gypsyism: Improving the level of social inclusion of Roma people!