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CLICK TO EUROPE 1st Workshop – 29 th /30 th September 2010 E-Inclusion of vulnerable groups ICT Education programs and impact on rehabilitation and resocialisation.

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1 CLICK TO EUROPE 1st Workshop – 29 th /30 th September 2010 E-Inclusion of vulnerable groups ICT Education programs and impact on rehabilitation and resocialisation of specific vulnerable groups ROMA

2 PROJECT ACCEDER Fundación Secretariado Gitano

3 OUR ORGANIZATION WE ARE A NON-PROFIT INTERCULTURAL SOCIAL ORGANIZATION PROVIDING SERVICES FOR THE ROMA COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ALL OVER SPAIN AND ALSO IN EUROPE. OUR MISSION IS THE INTEGRAL PROMOTION OF THE ROMA COMMUNITY FROM THE RESPECT TO ITS CULTURAL IDENTITY

4 AROUND ROMA PEOPLE (45% in Andalucía, in the South)) YOUNG POPULATION: 45% IS UNDER 16. BIRTH RATE HIGHLY ABOVE AVARAGE MORE THAN 7 OUT OF 10 YOUNG ROMA OVER 16 (71,2%) DIDN´T FINISH PRIMARY SCHOOL REMARKABLE ADVANCES IN THE LAST 30 YEARS SUBJECT TO DISCRIMINATION (National Statistics) ROMA COMUNITY: SPANISH SCENERY

5 OCCUPATIONAL SITUATION SPANISH POPULATION ROMA POPULATION 16 years and over Activity rate %56,169,3 Unemployment rate %10,413,8 Employment rate %50,359,7 Industry Sector Occupation %18,04,7 Services Sector Occupation %64,675,9 Temporality rate %30,970,9 Part-time jobs rate %8,542,0 Young people over 15 without primary school certificate % 15,371,3

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7 PROJECT ACCEDER DESCRIPTION AND ITINERARIES

8 OPERATIVE PROGRAMME OF FIGHT AGAINST DISCRIMINATION MULTIREGIONAL PROGRAMME AGAINST DISCRIMINATION / WOMEN: EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES HANDICAPPED PEOPLE INMIGRANTS EMIGRANTS SPANISH + MIGRANTS INMATESROMA COMMUNITY FSG PROGRAM ACCEDER COLLECTIVES IN RISK OF EXCLUSION

9 OBJECTIVE Access to employment in equal terms – Improvement of Roma Population employability. – Prejudices and discriminatory practises suffered by Roma men and women awareness – The spread of more active measures regarding to Roma population

10 48 Labour insertion points located in 14 Spanish regions 48 Labour insertion points located in 14 Spanish regions Work teams(260 people staff) Work teams(260 people staff) European presence European presence

11 WORK TEAMS COORDINATOR Team supervising Person of reference Institutional relationships INTERCULTURAL MEDIATOR Users recruitment Welcome and initial information Work in community contexts, social participation. PROSPECTOR Labour market analysis and job offers search Cooperation with companies Offers management CONSULTANT Employability diagnosis Individualized itinerary design Guidance, accompaniment, derivation and monitoring SOCIAL TECHNICAL Other issues participation: family, education, health, housing… Individual and family intervention Pre-training and educative actions development

12 ACTIONS LABOUR INSERTION ITINERARIES - Labour insertion as employee - Self-employment STIMULATE PRO-ACTIVE MEASURES ADDRESSED TO ROMA POPULATION

13 LABOUR INSERTION ITINERARIES INDIVIDUALIZED APPROACH INTERCULTURAL APPROACH INTERCULTURAL AND MULTI-SKILLED TEAMS INTEGRATING APPROACH MULTIDIMENSIONAL APPROACH STANDATIZATION APPROACH

14 STIMULATE PRO-ACTIVE MEASURES ADDRESSED TO ROMA POPULATION TRAINING AND AWARENESS ACTIONS ADDRESSED TO SOCIAL AGENTS AND PUBLIC OPINION ROMA POPULATION STEROTYPES BREAK TECHNICAL ASSITANCE TO THE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND THE SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS ABOUT THE DESIGN OF PLANS AND MEASURES MATERIALS, STUDIES AND SEARCHING DEVELOPMENT

15 SOCIAL AWARENESS CAMPAIGNS Know them before misjudging them Employment makes us equals II CAMPAIGN ( ) Your prejudices are other's voice I CAMPAIGN ( ) III CAMPAIGN ( )

16 PROJECT ACCEDER RESULTS

17 Results Number of attended people: Number of achieved contracts: Number of contracted / hired people: Number of trained people: Trained by FSG: Trained by external organizations: Number of people who got their first employment: Number of agreements signed with Public Administrations: 192 Number of companies which have formalized agreements with this program: over 400

18 KEYS TO SUCCESS INSERTION INDIVIDUALIZED ITINERARIES FRAMED IN AN INTEGRAL AND COMMUNITY APPROACH BALANCE OF THE SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVE INTERCULTURAL AND MULTIDISCIPLINAR WORK TEAMS PROGRESSIVE STANDARIZATION VOCATION ADAPTED SERVICES BUT NO SEGREGATED LONG-TERM PLANNING CAPACITY TO ACT WITH FLEXIBILITY AND TO BE ADAPTABLE TO THE INDIVIDUAL CIRCUMSTANCES INNOVATION CAPACITY STRONG PARTERSHIPS: CLOSE RELATIONSHIPS WITH THE PRIVATE SECTOR AND A GOOD PUBLIC-PRIVATE RELATIONSHIP SYSTEM NATIONWIDE DIMENSION OF LOCAL ACTIONS

19 FUTURE CHALLENGES IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF ROMA POPULATION EMPLOYMENTS ACTIONS IN THE EDUCATION FIELD, TO PREVENT THE TRUANCY AND STRENGTHEN THE INITIAL TRAINING FAVOR THE SOCIAL AND LABOR INCLUSION OF IMNIGRANT ROMA FROM CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE

20 THANK YOU


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