The two biggest societal challenges, which central Europe faces today are the integration of migrants into the labour market and social systems, and the systematic realisation of social innovation. Transnational cooperation can support the development of ecosystems for inclusion and social innovation, where the key actors look for new ways of working together. It can result in additional services to citizens and the creation of new businesses.
project will increase engagement and commitment of key actors in social innovation. More concretely the partners will improve the skills and develop targeted support for migrants and social entrepreneurs, and elaborate policy frameworks and related funding instruments. New learning tools will be developed as well as training packages and one-stop-shops that will be piloted in the participating regions. Last but not least the project will develop strategies on how tempower migrants and entrepreneurs to act as drivers of social innovation.