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Danube4SEecosystem Project

“Danube4SEecosystem - Enhancing the development of Social Economy by engaging Local Public Authorities in the Social Enterprises supporting Ecosystem for a more inclusive Labor Market in the Danube Region” is financed under 1st Call  of Danube Region Programme 2021-2027, Programme priority 3 – A more social Danube Region, Specific objective 3.1Accessible, inclusive and effective labour markets.

The main objective of the project : to jointly develop inspiring policies for social enterprises by involving local public authorities into the social enterprises supporting ecosystem in order to enhance inclusive employment in the Danube region while supporting the sustainable operation of social enterprises as interpreted on the basis of a broad definition, in order to strengthen their employment role at the settlement and regional level.

Specific objectives:

  • Development of public policies at local level for supporting SEs ecosystem in the Danube Region
  • Enhancing Resilience, Innovation Management Knowledge & Skills of SE Ecosystem in the Danube Region
  • Foster Transnational Cooperation and Coordination of SEs with their Ecosystem

Implementation period: 01.01.2024- 30.06.2026

Total budget of the project: 1.883.344,50 euro. Central Danube Development Agency Nonprofit Ltd.’s budget is 192.000 euro. Central Danube Development Agency Nonprofit Ltd.’s contribution in the project is 5 % - 9.600 euro.

Main results of the project:

Danube4SEEcosystem project will address the challenges in Danube Region by developing the policy and legal frameworks for creating the right environment for the social economy to thrive. Within the project, smart and coordinated public policies will be developed (Strategy for Inclusive Social Economy Ecosystem & Action plan) and will be pilot tested in 5 countries on 5 themes. PPs will disseminate the results and Policy Recommendations to policymakers and EUSDR representatives by organizing 3 PLDs for improving existing and future policies in the DR that will support municipalities to systematically sustain the functioning and development of social enterprises in their territory, with a focus on those SEs that involve people disadvantaged in the labour market.

Also, the project will enhance resilience and recovery of SEs, strengthen their skills and capacities, increase cooperation with Local Public Authorities and stakeholders by providing training that use micro-credential qualifications, networking and attending the Co-creation workshops.

D4SEE project foster cooperation of SEs with their ecosystem by creating the Danube Social Economy Network and testing the Strategy through the implementation of 5 pilot actions in 5 countries which will lead to 15 cooperation agreements. Pilot results will be embedded in the D4SEE Social Economy Support Methodology for applying solutions on SE collaborative models. Knowledge acquired will be passed on within 3 Transnational Knowledge Transfer Workshops & National Transfer Workshops. Danube Social Economy Network, formed by 115 stakeholders in the Danube region, will ensure transferability of project outputs and building links with Danube regional social economy ecosystem.

As a result of projects’ implementation, the newly developed solution targeting the needs and challenges in the partner countries are:

  • 2 Skills Gap Assessment Tools for the SE sector in the Danube Region
  • DS4SEE Capacity Building Programme for sustainable & resilient SEs and LPAs, based on microlearning approach
  • Innovative & Inclusive 4SEE digital training platform for Ses (all resources are free, published as Open Education Resources (OER)
  • Danube4SEecosystem Programme for effective Mentor Training
  • Social Economy Support Methodology for applying solutions on SE collaborative models
  • D4SEE Strategy for Inclusive Social Economy Ecosystem
  • Danube Social Economy Network

Through Danube4SEecosystem (D4SEE) project, the consortium, associated strategic partners and stakeholders will aim to jointly develop inspiring policies for social enterprises by involving local public authorities into the social enterprises supporting ecosystem in order to enhance inclusive employment in the Danube region while supporting the sustainable operation of social enterprises.

Project consortium:

  • Lead Partner: South-Muntenia Regional Development Agency (Romania)
  • CDDA - Central Danube Development Agency Nonprofit Ltd. (Hungary)
  • SBA - Slovak Business Agency (Slovakia)
  • PI REDEA - Public Institution for the Development of the Međimurje County REDEA (Croatia)
  • RERA - Regional Development Agency of South Bohemia (Czechia)
  • ZSI - Centre for Social Innovation (Austria)
  • CCIS - Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia (Serbia)
  • RARS - Development Аgency of the Republic of Srpska (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
  • ATS – Advanced Technology Systems (Romania)
  • UM – University of Maribor (Slovenia

Associated Strategic Partners:

  • Civil Impact Nonprofit (Hungary)
  • The regional association to the national network of Local Action Groups in the South Bohemian Region (Czechia)
  • Ministry of Economy and Entrepreneurship of the Republic of Srpska (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
  • Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Family of the Slovak Republic (Slovakia)
  • Dambovita Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture (Romania)
  • Budapest Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Hungary)
  • Kemence Association (Hungary)
  • Social Impact Investors Associations (Hungary)
  • Association of Communes of Romania (Romania)

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Sajtóközlemény 2023.08.30.

Workshop – 17-18 June 2024

On 17-18 June 2024, the "Danube4SEecosystem" project will host a workshop where the main results of the project will be discussed by the partners with the aim of transferring solutions for a more effective cooperation between local authorities and social enterprises to local, regional and national authorities in the partner countries.

On behalf of KDMFÜ Nonprofit Ltd., expert Áron Jakab gave a presentation on the European Union Action Plan for the Social Economy.

The two-day conference is available online by clicking on the links below:

17 June:
Online meeting: https://bit.ly/4cpj6YX
Agenda 1st day

18 June:
Online meeting: https://bit.ly/4eok75j

Agenda 2nd day

The first stakeholder meeting – 23 May 2024

The first stakeholder meeting of the Danube4SEecosystem project took place today at the KDMFÜ office.
The project is implemented in the framework of the Interreg Danube Transnational Programme in cooperation with 10 international partners.

The main objective is to develop inspiring tools for social enterprises (as well as other actors of the social economy) by involving local authorities and generating cross-sectoral cooperation.
It also aims to promote inclusive forms of employment in the Danube Region, while supporting the strengthening of the social economy and the sustainable operation of social enterprises (and other social economy actors), in order to strengthen their employment role at municipal and regional level.

 

The opening conference of the international project "Danube4SEecosystem" – 22 April 2024

The opening conference of the international project "Danube4SEecosystem", funded by the Interreg Danube Region Programme, will take place in Romania on 22 April from 10-17 April. The main objective of the project is to develop tools for social enterprises, with the involvement of local authorities, to create sustainable operations for them in order to strengthen their role at municipal and regional level. KDMFÜ Nonprofit Ltd. is participating in the project as project partner and work package leader. The conference languages are Romanian and English.

Registration and online access to the morning programme:
https://us02web.zoom.us/.../tZEsduuprjgsGdI9AuwvCPVTNf9uJ...

Programme 

Registration and online access to the afternoon programme:
https://us02web.zoom.us/.../tZAucu6prTgjH9d0h4RMvYzXSHW...

Programme

Contact Person

Ms. Boglárka Barkó, Head of International Department
E-mail: barko.boglarka@kdmfu.hu

7020 Dunaföldvár, Kossuth Lajos u. 2.
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