This year, 4 SOS Group organisations have obtained an Erasmus+ accreditation. This tool granted by the European Union allows easier access to the Erasmus+ programme’s funding for mobility activities and cross-border exchanges. Our 4 accredited organisations can now receive funding for mobility activities for a seven–years period, starting in 2021.
Keen to engage with European peer organisations, our associations are currently looking for host partners to carry out mobility activities in their respective fields :
1) ACTA VISTA: an organisation specialised in professional integration through the preservation of endangered historical heritage sites. ACTA VISTA conducts professional inclusion projects targeting people far from employment by teaching them restoration techniques of cultural heritage. Through its training programmes ACTA VISTA sets the stage for its learners social and professional inclusion and helps them regaining self-confidence. As part of its mobility activities, the organisation is eager to meet partners abroad working in the employment or training sector, with a link to the heritage field. in order to improve the support and training practices of its learners. For more information on the organisation‘s activities, click here.
2) Pulse : Pulse manages a network of incubators designed to support project leaders with impact, and develops social entrepreneurship support programmes dedicated to aspiring entrepreneurs wishing to implement inclusive and sustainable projects. Thanks to mobility opportunities provided by the Erasmus+ accreditation, Pulse wants to meet and exchange with organisations specialising in social entrepreneurship to improve the pedagogical quality of its training contents and to diversify the skills of its professionals. For more information, you can visit the organisation’s website.
3) Plateforme i : an organisation developing programmes to meet the challenges of inclusion in employment. By getting in touch with European colleagues and peers, Plateforme i wants to diversify the target groups of its training programmes to maximise the social impact of its activities in the field of inclusion in employment and to increase the skills of the its professionals. If you are interested in collaborating with this organisation, click here.
4) Silver Fourchette : an awareness-raising programme targeting the elderly (over 60 years old) which promotes a gourmet, sustainable, adapted and balanced diet to improve their health. Through mobility, Silver Fourchette wishes to improve the educational quality of its contents and create new formats, as well as enabling staff to gain expertise in the field of nutrition for the ageing population. For more information , you can visit the organisation’s website.
Do not hesitate to contact these organisations if you too are interested in an Erasmus+ mobility project ! For more information on Erasmus+ accreditations, you can visit the official website.