IN SITU – Intergenerational Social Innovation Support Scheme
Project duration: 01.04.2019. – 31.03.2022.
The economic and financial crisis has left a strong mark on central Europe’s socio-economic system and demography. Enormous challenges include especially the ongoing increase of unemployment that ultimately results in poverty and social exclusion. Sustainable solutions are urgently needed.
The IN SITU project targets unqualified youth and older workers (50 plus), who are long-term unemployed and mainly affected by negative socio-economic developments. Thanks to cooperation in this project, these two generations will learn from each other by exchanging experiences, bridging missing skills and competences.
The partnership will jointly develop and implement a tailored business development service and support scheme to promote the integration of the disadvantaged groups into the labour market through social innovation and new social enterprises. The scheme will have at its core regional triangles of key players coming from expert support, care and third sector organisations, social innovation and entrepreneurship experts and public-private funding initiatives. They will pilot and validate new support schemes backed by a joint strategy.
- Board of Education for Vienna, Austria
- University of Economics and Business Vienna, Austria
- Region of Veneto– Department of Labour, Italy
- ENAIP Veneto, Italy
- Stuttgart Region Economic Development Corporation, Germany
- Stuttgart Media University, Germany
- City of Rijeka, Croatia
- Step Ri Science and Technology Park of the University of Rijeka, Croatia
- Slaskie Voivodeship, Poland
- WSB University, Poland
- Foundation for Improvement of Employment Possibilities PRIZMA, an Institution, Slovenia
- OZARA d.o.o. Service and Disability Company, Slovenia
Financed under: Interreg Central Europe
Total project value:
- 2.151.900,00 €
- Financed from the programme: 1.767.201,00 €
- Budget of the City of Rijeka: 132.270,00 €
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This project is implemented through the CENTRAL EUROPE programme co-financed by the ERDF.