Act for Grants CIC in partnership with Podkrepa Confederation of Labor Bulgaria launched the International Project "Re: Integrative Re: Action"

Re: Integrative Re: Action

This project aims to create innovative models for communication and collaboration between trade unionists, employers and experts - to improve the quality level social dialogue and industrial relations in general.

The expertise of our partners, the Institute for Economic Research at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and the capacity of three non-governmental organizations for field work and specific vulnerable groups - Act for Grants CIC (Great Britain), Conversas Associação Internacional (Portugal) and National Association "Bulgarian Small people "(Bulgaria) - which will complement our ideas with new constructive layers.

Our goal is to create an instrument that will overcome the difficulties faced by individuals and informal groups for active citizenship in solving specific social and public issues. The initiator and leading partner of this project is KP Podkrepa Confederation of Labor Bulgaria.

The structures of the Confederation on the ground and its branch organizations meet the problems of people from various social strata and become the center of comparison of positions and interests. This project aims to launch a new type of communication and collaboration, which - not least - to solve some of the problems of the newly formed groups of employees working through electronic platforms, under crowdfunging conditions, in enterprises for temporary work, remote, home.

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This project "Re: Integrative Re: Action" is Co-funded by Erasmus + Programme.


“Homogeneous“ project was implemented by the Act For Grants CIC, in London, for a period of 15 months.

The main goal of the project was to organize an international training course in which were involved 45 Youth leaders, youth workers and NGO representatives coming from 14 different countries across Europe like: UK, Malta, Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, France, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain and Turkey.

The training course ensured personal, professional and organisational development, support and helped to foster the creation of new partnerships and projects for the partners involved. The international training course took place in the wonderful rural area of London- UK near the countryside, for 9-day, 02-10.09. 2017, and was based on non formal education, learning-by-doing methods and inter cultural dialogue and communication that was conducted by using an interactive and participatory approach.

To develop a common understanding of the concept of leadership and explore instruments for its promotion among groups of young people in civil society

To explore the concept of entrepreneurship and sustainable social initiatives, and to see how it applies to the participants at professional and personal level.
To encourage exchange of good practices related to innovative youth projects tackling refugees crisis
To generate new project ideas and build new partnerships across UK, Malta, France, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain and Turkey
building up competences of the participants and the partner organizations in relevant areas of management for related to youth projects.
supporting process and development: how be a good learner and how to be creative
action planning for sustainable future development
o at personal and professional level (as entrepreneurs and active European citizens)
o at organisational level, to ensure sustainability in initiatives and development
o at international partnership level, via future joint actions and projects

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This project is Co-funded by Erasmus + Programme.