The SENSENET project’s major sectoral priority is to enhance access to training and qualification for all, regarding the C-VET for managers and human resources from social economy organisations (SEO) and social economy entreprises (SEE). This priority responds to the need of SEOs and SEEs to access effective tools to support their growth and development. In the social economy, in fact, managers and human resources are usually left out from post-qualification training and they lack knowledge on how to be more socially inclusive and responsible in their recruitment processes and management. SENSENET addresses the organisations’ capacity building by combining transversal skills (entrepreneurship, innovation and mentoring) and key technical skills fields’ development (human resources, marketing, negotiation and sales) using ICT, gamification, formal and informal learning strategies. The project proposes to create an open and innovative training, embedded in the digital era: a learning network model.
The SENSENET project aims to create a learning model, driving SEOs’ managers and human resources through an experience-based learning path which will empower them to implement these very powerful tools to foster their employees’ inclusion and employment retention. The project, in conclusion, covers different priorities in an integrated way: to develop effective learning paths, by using digital era tools in order to foster inclusion of vulnerable people by preparing SEOs’ managers and human resources to better get them onboard.
Would you like to assess the diversity practices of your organization?
DLF developed together with our SENSENET partner a Performance Assessment Questionnaire to provide Social Enterprises, NGO´s private and state companies with a tool to reflect on their own organizational practices about diversity and inclusion. This questionnaire is a first step to help you launching your process to promote diversity & inclusion within your organization. It helps you to define your organizations level of diversity and inclusion, provides a guide explaining your results and presents a set of tips and external resources to rely on to further develop your practices.
For more information about the different diversity & inclusion levels and how to promote the topic in your organization download the guide.
SENSENET Diversity and Integration Workshop Copenhagen 30. January 2020
The Diversity and Integration Workshop took place in Copenhagen on the 30. of January 2020. About 20 participants from a diversified field of NGO’s, Social Enterprises, public and private companies, academic institutions (students) and social economy networks took the day to discuss their organizations diversity level. The organization Mangfoldighedsledelse provided a deeper understanding of the field and the program was designed to give the participants the chance to work together on their own cases.
Pictures of the Diversity and Integration Workshop
SENSENET stakeholder workshop Copenhagen 20. April 2018
SENSENET is a European initiative whose aim is to raise awareness of social business as a strong engine for social innovation and demonstration of diversity in social business models.
The initiative behind the stakeholder workshop, which was the first initiative of a series, was to find the 5 best practices (social business) in Denmark to promote mutual learning and exchange of good practice among different European countries.
We chose the 5 Social Business based on their success and experience and because they would also share their challenges with developing their Social Business models.
Pictures from SENSENET workshop
Happy to present Sensenets first Outcome I01. Executive summary on state-of-the- art on social economy in Europe.
About Denmark, especially read the recommendations for the political level, page 23, especially points a, b and c.
Driver of social innovation, as well as of sustainable and inclusive growth, the social economy sector has a key role to play in the promotion of diversity in the labour market. This sector aims at improving the conditions of societies, by trying to find solutions to issues related to inequalities and the inclusion of excluded population, representing 13,6 million jobs across the EU.