To achieve Lisbon Strategy objectives on social inclusion all partner countries are using top-down approach by implementing national programmes of social protection and social inclusion.

Annual European Commission reports are being developed and show that level of social exclusion/poverty in partner countries is still very high and feminization of poverty is highlighted.

That is why it’s very important to strengthen the bottom-up approach to increase capacity and willing of socially excluded people to be fully integrated into society.

The project aims to increase the level of social inclusion of senior citizens, unemployed people and migrants with a special emphasis on women.

The new learning pathways for increasing social mobility to overcome social exclusion are introduced by Social Mobility Model (SMM).

SMM is tested on target groups:

in project partners’ countries:

The envisaged impact centres upon increasing the capacity of the target groups to move from social exclusion to social inclusion by increasing their social mobility.

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
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