Project Acronym: Inclusive Bubbles
Project Start Date: 1st March 2021
Project End Date: 31st August 2022
Project Total Duration: 18 months
On March 1st, 2021, the project 2020-3-BG01-KA205-094819 was launched: INCLUSIVE BUBBLES: YOUNGTREPRENEURSHIP IN ACTION
On February 22, 2021, a contract was signed with the Human Resources Development Center, according to which NARU is a beneficiary of a good practice project. The project has a total duration of 12 months, but it is expected to be extended by 6 months due to the impossibility of carrying out the activities in a pandemic environment. The partner consortium consists of:
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF RESOURCE TEACHERS, Bulgaria - coordinator
IGDIR IL MILLI EGITIM MUDURLUGU, Turkey
REGIONALNE CENTRUM WOLONTARIATU, Poland
KULTURNO IZOBRAZEVALNO DRUSTVO PINA, Slovenia
The aim of the project is to create a training program in social entrepreneurship for young people with intellectual disabilities based on good practices and by organizing trainings for youth workers.
The activities aim at:
- Improving the knowledge, skills and motivation for participation in the labor market in the field of social entrepreneurship of 25 young people with intellectual disabilities in 5 countries;
- Increasing the capacity of: 10 professionals in providing training for organizing social entrepreneurship and training for creating basic personal skills for independent living of young people with intellectual disabilities - conducting two joint, international trainings; 50 young people, volunteers to work with children with SEN at the national level.
Activities and expected results:
1. Establishment of a youth social enterprise for soap production;
2. Creating a guide for making soap;
3. Conducting research using the Desk Research method;
4. Creating a multilingual website and e-shop for virtual sale of handmade soap;
5. Two 5-day international seminars for young people, volunteers for work with children and young people with SEN in Turkey and in Bulgaria;
6. National trainings for young people working with children and young people with SEN and for young people with intellectual disabilities;
7. Two transnational international meetings.