INMEKO has developed every week an interactive discussion with teleconferences to create an open communication structure and reservoir of thought in order to promote the social solidarity economy. This structure will have two parts. One part concerns the aggregation of cognitive digital content and the other the creation of an electronic digital marketplace of social…
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Institutional job demand through social enterprises

In the framework of the transnational program “Combating Youth Unemployment and Addressing the Needs of NEETs” (SOCIALNEET) in which bodies from seven countries participate, led by “INMEKO” and the support of PESCO, a conference was held on “institutional job demand through social enterprises “. The philosophy of this program goes beyond the usual practices in…
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Major technological changes, shifts in needs and forms of work

The most striking social phenomenon in the last century, if we think about it, is the shift of needs and forms of work along with the over-concentration of population in urban centers. A century ago, 80% of the economy relied mainly on agriculture and manufacturing to meet basic nutritional needs. Much of the work was…
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Paid work and its limits. The challenge of the Social Economy

rapporteur: Andreas Lytras Panteion University “In the transition from the 3rd to the 4th industrial revolution, labor is experiencing a deep restructuring with the characteristic element of the reduction of wage labor. Labor is being rediscovered in many new fields. As a result, many will be forced to become self-employed, in addition to paid work.…
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Social Capital can be defined as the accumulation of collective knowledge of organizational culture, solidarity, mutual trust and creative institutional functioning and develops social skills. Social networks and volunteering are the key factors for its formation. Social capital largely complements and replaces the financial capital necessary for investment, creating confidence in transactions and cost reduction…
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The timeless issue of high youth unemployment in Greece

How much did the pandemic crisis affect the situation? The global economic downturn of 2008 particularly affected children and young people, especially those aged 15-24 who dropped out or were excluded from education, employment and training, according to the ENA Institute’s Social Development Bulletin. In 2013 the percentage of young people in the EU who…
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Reports-factual findings/Interim

Annex I to Report of Factual Findings on expenditures declared under an Interim/FinalReport Listing of procedures performedThe ‘result’ column has three different options: ‘C’, ‘E’ and ‘N.A.’:Ø ‘C’ stands for ‘confirmed’ and means that the auditor can confirm the ‘standard factualfinding’ and, therefore, there is no exception to be reported.Ø ‘E’ stands for ‘exception’ and…
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Closing of the project Mataró

European project to promote entrepreneurship in the field of social and solidarity economy in Mataró, aimed at unemployed young people aged 18 to 29. Training actions:• Awareness in ESS• Good practices• Professionalization opportunities

REVES activities

Important to stress : REVES is an expert partner with less activities than all other partners REVES took part into most of the online partner meetings/steering committee meetings, including the two ‘in person meetings’ held so far (kick-off meeting in Athens and second project meeting, including conference, which was held in autumn 2019 in Terni). Moreover,…
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Training Courses in Italy The first course was held in April 2021 about the communication item. The course had the aim to establish some key points of personal and corporate communication, the knowledge of which is more than ever necessary to enter the world of work. The course has been organised in collaboration with MICH,…
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