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Discovering good practice abroad

On the basis of a pluriannual experience in the promotion of employment and vocational education of young and elderly people with and without migration background, the project İNPUT is building a transregional and transnational network of partners, capable to give sustainable impulses and of providing for innovative approaches to (a) the qualifications of unemployed migrants and (b) labour market policies and projects for the (re)integration of older unemployed (over 45) with and without migration background in the regular labour market.

The network supplies the resources and needs of specific target groups. Together with those directly affected and other local and transnational actors, should be – based on identified national needs – determined and coordinated a transnational transferability of good practice as well as examples of innovative working qualification and employment promotion measures should be developed, tested and assessed. An even better targeting of tools and processes on the resources and needs of target groups is here sought.

A first preparatory step has been implemented July to December 2010. The implementation of the main İNPUT project is envisaged for the period April 2011 to March 2013.

The İNPUT project is implemented by a network of partners:

  • ACLI — Selbsthilfewerk für interkulturelle Arbeit e. V.
  • Professur für politische Wirtschaftslehre und vergleichende Politikfeldanalyse
    Institute for Political Science of the Eberhard Karls University of Tuebingen
  • BBQ Berufliche Bildung gGmbH
    Regional Directorate Reutlingen – Tuebingen – Northern Black Forest
  • JuFuN e. V. Schwaebisch Gmuend
  • Werkhof Schwaebisch Gmuend
  • arces e. V. Stuttgart
  • European Network TANDEM PLUS

The İNPUT project is funded by:

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