ISSE

The project ISSE – IMPROVING SKILLS OF SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURS aims to support the EU objectives by increasing the visibility of social entrepreneurship. This will be carried out through the development of tools for new social entrepreneurs that allow them to professionalize their profile and support them so that their businesses will be sustainable in the future. An added value will be the increase of these values among the population of adults. The objective of the ISSE Project is to make professionals understand better the social economy sector and to support social entrepreneurs by strengthening their managerial skills, professionalism and networking opportunities.

The specific objectives of the ISSE project are:

– To sensitize people on the topic of social entrepreneurship activities in Europe by increasing the knowledge, skills and abilities of the stakeholders to support new social entrepreneurs;
– To promote and stand up for social entrepreneurship at local and European level;
– To promote leadership by focusing on the concept of social entrepreneurship activities in general with specific attention on business skills, leadership and management, needs and analysis of problems and financing;
– To promote social entrepreneurship initiatives among adults by analyzing the changes which take place in their own countries and communities and which inspire them to consider self-employment as a career option;
– To provide future social entrepreneurs with access to training, mentoring and financing opportunities;
– To increase the inclusion of disadvantaged categories by promoting social enterprise;
– To create a strong and sustainable network of partners and associated partners.

Partners:

  • Fundacion de la Comunidad Valenciana del Pacto Para el Empleo en la Ciudad de Valencia, Spain
  • Cooperazione Paesi Emergenti, Italy
  • Consorzio Social Lab Società Cooperativa Sociale, Italy
  • G. Eurosuccess Consulting Limited, Cyprus
  • European Projects Association, Belgium
  • Uniao das Freguesias de Gondomar (Scosme) Valbom e Jovim, Portugal
  • Uniwersytet Łódzki, Poland
  • Aile ve Sosyal Politikalar Ankara Il Müdürlügü, Turkey

 

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With the support of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union

 

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