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Consultoría de Innovación Social participates in the following European projects

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CA4RJ

Culture and Art for Restorative Justice (CARJ) aims to respond to the need of overcoming existing socioeconomic inequalities, using the power of art and restorative justice to increase cultural awareness and thus contribute to the successful integration of migrant communities at one of the most challenging times for Europe. Partners: Restoratve Justice for All International Institute, Reframe House Ltd., Iasis., Kinonikes Sineteristikes Drastiriottes Efpathon Omadon, Kapadokya Egitim vee Arastirma Demegi, Consultoría de Innovación Social, Reset Ltd.

Duration: 06/21 - 06/23


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GRACE

To support micro-enterprises, the GRACE project will develop an online educational platform with the aim to equip micro-businesses with key digital competences touching upon all business aspects, strengthen digital entrepreneurship and foster a digital hub for creativity and innovation that will put them back on the growth track and mitigate the pandemic’s adverse impact. Partners: Asociatia European Association for Social Inovation, Clio Muse, Consultoría de Innovación Social, Canary Whard Consulting, Novel Group, Social Policy Academy, Aproximar-Cooperativa de Solidariedade Social

Duration: 03/21 - 02/23


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Re-Start

With the RE-START project, the partners aim to develop a very helpful online tool to support women - after staying at home – to re-enter the labour market. It shall help them gain motivation and self-confidence to do so, provide them support in orientation on the market in order to find a suitable job and to promote their skills to identify supporting networks and overcome structureal and social lacks of support. Partners: Consultoría de Innovación Social, BIMEC, Center for Social Innovation, Einurd, Social Policy Academy, Viva Femina.

Duration: 09/20 - 08/22


StressLess

The STRESS-LESS project has partners from Germany, Austria, Bulgaria, Spain and the United Kingdom and works towards improving SME staff’s digital competences. The project aims to equip people with improved competences, innovative methodologies and reduce digital stress, overall strengthening the physical and mental well-being of the staff. Partners: B.F. Universität Bayreuth, Hafelekar Unternehmensberatung Schober GmbH, Happiness Academy, Horizon, Consultoría de Innovación Social

Duration: 09/20 - 08/22