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WIT Newsletter n.6

Issue n. 6, December 2014

This number of the WIT newsletter intends to concisely present a resume of the project events taken place last October 2014 in Sofia. It will moreover introduce the WIT White Book, one of the WIT project final output which will be presented during the project closing conference, next 4th December 2014 in Milan.

In this issue:

  • 2nd International Conference in Sofia
  • 3rd Seminar in Sofia
  • 3rd and 4th Workshops
  • WIT White Book
  • WIT Closing conference and 5th Workshop: Milan, Italy, 4th and 5th December 2014
  • How to join and share experiences: the WIT Community

WIT Newsletter n.5

Issue n. 5, October 2014

This number of the WIT newsletter intends to briefly introduce the WITGIS platform and some other examples of good practices recognised by the WIT partners, as close-fitting to consolidated European policies addressing vulnerable groups. Support from peers, encouragement to vocational training of vulnerable groups, counselling, multi-professional teams and intergenerational self-help arise as some leading elements, revealing the ongoing change in professionals approaching new complex emerging social needs..

In this issue:

  • WIT GIS Snapshot
  • Peer Support Expert: (Legnano, Italy)
  • Supporting Vocational Education and Training of Disadvantaged User Communities (Plovdiv, Bulgaria)
  • Women Night Café - Nighttime Crisis Intervention Centre (Berlin, Germany)
  • A day together: model of self-help between different generations (Vilnius, Lithuania)
  • How to join and share experiences: the WIT Community

WIT Newsletter n.4

Issue n. 4, September 2014

This number of the WIT newsletter intends to present some good practices identified by the WIT partners in each involved country, revealing emerging European policies in the social services field. The active interaction among the project partners, representing the public sphere, the higher academic educational, the professional training and institutions of the territorial development, led to a significant work of in-depth analysis into the respective complex realities.

In this issue:

  • Practices’ collection: in a nutshell
  • The Social broker as a promoter of the community integration: (Milan, Italy)
  • The Social Enterprise as a chance for a full life and social inclusion (Varna, Bulgaria)
  • Mobile Supporting Help for traumatized boys (Berlin, Germany)
  • Organization and coordination of integrated support to a child and his family
  • Main Findings
  • How to access the WIT COP
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Province of Milan

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(Bulgaria)

National Development Agency

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(Germany)

Alice Salomon University of Applied Science

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(Lithuania)

University of Vilnius - Faculty of Philosophy

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