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Newsletter #4

We would like to present the 4th issue of the newsletter published within the project.

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SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT

According to the definition presented by the European Union for Supported Employment – “supported employment is support for people with various disabilities or people excluded in gaining and maintaining work on the open labor market”.

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HISTORY OF JANINA RĘBISZ – PARTICIPANT OF LTTA IN PISA

As a disabled person I like to help other people with disabilities and that is why since 1998 I have been working at POPON, an organization of employers of disabled people.

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Newsletter #3

We would like to present the 3rd issue of the newsletter published within the project.

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One-week training within the WOT project

November 20th to 24th 2017, an international training was held in Pisa, Italy. Societa Cooperativa A.FO.RI.S.MA., hosted representatives from the project’s target groups –  disabled people – , as well as trainers from Poland, Spain and France.

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Third partnership meeting in the WOT project

The third partnership meeting within the project was held in Pisa, Italy on 20-21 November 2017. Societa Cooperativa A.FO.RI.S.MA was the hosting organization.

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HISTORY OF AGNIESZKA NIEDZIELSKA – PARTICIPANT OF LTTA IN PISA

For 10 years I used to work as a manager in Vocational Activation Center, but to the age and deterioration of health, I decided to end this stage of life.

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Newsletter #2

We would like to present the 2nd issue of the newsletter published within the project.

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Second partners’ meeting under the WOT project – Paris

In the capital of France on 26th-27th June 2017, the second meeting of the partners under the project “WOT – Work-based Entrepreneurship Training for People with Disabilities” took place.

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Currently partners of the project are elaborating guides on inclusive entrepreneurship

Inclusive entrepreneurship is a concept of inclusion of disadvantaged social groups on labour market, such as women, minorities or people with physical disability (PWD). This inclusion is based on the use of competences and skills of those people to help them reach their goals, mostly business, among others – to start their own business.

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2016-1-PL01-KA202-026055
Changing lives. Opening minds.
Co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.
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