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1 EU Seminar SUCCES December 9th 2010 Kortrijk - Belgium Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support MOVE TO SUCCES The significance of physical and psychological mobility

2 EU Seminar SUCCES Welcome Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

3 EU Seminar SUCCES Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support Workshop

4 EU Seminar SUCCES Workshop global definition mobility Story of life Global issues Interactive part Global evaluation and results Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

5 EU Seminar SUCCES Global definition mobility Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

6 EU Seminar SUCCES Global definition mobility Two major dimensions of mobility: 1.Mental mobility individual amount of flexibility within a person’s decision making process personal creativity potential to innovate availability of opportunities and alternatives on numerous different domains of life = internal dimension Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

7 EU Seminar SUCCES Global definition mobility Two major dimensions of mobility: 2. Physical mobility: need to get the required destination in a certain time utilising whatever means of transportation necessary more access to different transportation modes = increased feeling of individual mobility = external dimension Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

8 EU Seminar SUCCES Global definition mobility Two major dimensions of mobility: Mental mobility Physical mobility “physical and mental mobility are a necessity for human beings without which they could not survive” Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

9 EU Seminar SUCCES Global definition mobility - delineation Mobility as a barrier Mobility as a added value => social activation Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

10 EU Seminar SUCCES Global definition mobility - delineation social activation: better feeling of self esteem growing personal development => simplifies access to sustainable employment => gives back people again a function, a place in the society, a meaning Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

11 EU Seminar SUCCES Global definition mobility - delineation barriers in a process of social activation: physical and mental barriers combination can lead to different forms of isolation => social vulnerable people are mostly less resistant to overcome this combination of difficulties Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

12 EU Seminar SUCCES Global definition mobility - delineation barriers in a process of social activation: reduces the access to =>sustainable education =>employment =>formation =>improved social position. Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

13 EU Seminar SUCCES Story of a boy… Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

14 EU Seminar SUCCES Global issues Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

15 EU Seminar SUCCES Global issues 3 forms of isolation: physical isolation mental isolation professional isolation Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

16 EU Seminar SUCCES Global issues 3 forms of isolation: 1.physical isolation limited direct space to move in (family, neighbourhood…) distance neighbourhood to city centre Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

17 EU Seminar SUCCES Global issues 3 forms of isolation: 2. social isolation lack of self-confidence low self image attitude (social) network Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

18 EU Seminar SUCCES Global issues 3 forms of isolation: 3. professional isolation no diploma no competences no professional orientation attitude Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

19 EU Seminar SUCCES Interactive part Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

20 EU Seminar SUCCES Interactive part short rounds of discussion Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

21 EU Seminar SUCCES Round 1 define for yourself the 3 mobility (physical/mental/social) barriers that you think are the most restrictive try to find at least one barrier who could lead to each of the presented forms of isolation Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

22 EU Seminar SUCCES 14 years old - skip some lessons – learns more on himself - convinces his mother – a lot of members of the family already proved that school isn’t so necessary 16 years old - leaves school permanently - spends his time hanging around with friends – no diploma - mother gives him money - little job here and there for his friends - neighbourhood is his world - high level of unemployment – criminality - lots of poor families - far from the city centre – no weekend jobs or leisure activities - less control - started to learn Dutch - in his own neighbourhood everyone speaks French - Dutch is too difficult and doesn’t need to speak it anyway 17 years old – bored - has to go to the city centre - bus to the city centre – expensive – complicated timetables - playing computer games - doesn’t leave his room - doesn’t see his friends - started to learn to work with the computer - not so simple at all - tries to surf on the internet – computer polluted with viruses – crashes - doesn’t know what’s happening in the world - doesn’t read newspapers 18 years old - neighbourhood becomes too small - mother complains - decides to go to the city centre - doesn’t know how to get there - borrows a scooter - drives down a cyclist - scooter broken - friend angry - must go to tribunal - criminal record - financial debts – mother puts him on the street – stays at different houses - also his own friends put him on the street - can’t pay anything for their hospitality social service - has to prove that he’s looking for a job - mental problems - not much self – confidence - doesn’t know how to behave during interviews - always knows better – doesn’t’ find the right address - mostly he comes too late – they always refusing him because of his criminal record Doesn’t really know what kind of job he’s searching for… Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

23 EU Seminar SUCCES Round 2 everyone discusses 5 minutes with his or her direct neighbour and selects the best 3 of 6 Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

24 EU Seminar SUCCES 14 years old - skip some lessons – learns more on himself - convinces his mother – a lot of members of the family already proved that school isn’t so necessary 16 years old - leaves school permanently - spends his time hanging around with friends – no diploma - mother gives him money - little job here and there for his friends - neighbourhood is his world - high level of unemployment – criminality - lots of poor families - far from the city centre – no weekend jobs or leisure activities - less control - started to learn Dutch - in his own neighbourhood everyone speaks French - Dutch is too difficult and doesn’t need to speak it anyway 17 years old – bored - has to go to the city centre - bus to the city centre – expensive – complicated timetables - playing computer games - doesn’t leave his room - doesn’t see his friends - started to learn to work with the computer - not so simple at all - tries to surf on the internet – computer polluted with viruses – crashes - doesn’t know what’s happening in the world - doesn’t read newspapers 18 years old - neighbourhood becomes too small - mother complains - decides to go to the city centre - doesn’t know how to get there - borrows a scooter - drives down a cyclist - scooter broken - friend angry - must go to tribunal - criminal record - financial debts – mother puts him on the street – stays at different houses - also his own friends put him on the street - can’t pay anything for their hospitality social service - has to prove that he’s looking for a job - mental problems - not much self – confidence - doesn’t know how to behave during interviews - always knows better – doesn’t’ find the right address - mostly he comes too late – they always refusing him because of his criminal record Doesn’t really know what kind of job he’s searching for… Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

25 EU Seminar SUCCES Round 3 every couple discusses 5 minutes with the direct couple next to your right and selects again the best 3 of 6 Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

26 EU Seminar SUCCES 14 years old - skip some lessons – learns more on himself - convinces his mother – a lot of members of the family already proved that school isn’t so necessary 16 years old - leaves school permanently - spends his time hanging around with friends – no diploma - mother gives him money - little job here and there for his friends - neighbourhood is his world - high level of unemployment – criminality - lots of poor families - far from the city centre – no weekend jobs or leisure activities - less control - started to learn Dutch - in his own neighbourhood everyone speaks French - Dutch is too difficult and doesn’t need to speak it anyway 17 years old – bored - has to go to the city centre - bus to the city centre – expensive – complicated timetables - playing computer games - doesn’t leave his room - doesn’t see his friends - started to learn to work with the computer - not so simple at all - tries to surf on the internet – computer polluted with viruses – crashes - doesn’t know what’s happening in the world - doesn’t read newspapers 18 years old - neighbourhood becomes too small - mother complains - decides to go to the city centre - doesn’t know how to get there - borrows a scooter - drives down a cyclist - scooter broken - friend angry - must go to tribunal - criminal record - financial debts – mother puts him on the street – stays at different houses - also his own friends put him on the street - can’t pay anything for their hospitality social service - has to prove that he’s looking for a job - mental problems - not much self – confidence - doesn’t know how to behave during interviews - always knows better – doesn’t’ find the right address - mostly he comes too late – they always refusing him because of his criminal record Doesn’t really know what kind of job he’s searching for… Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

27 EU Seminar SUCCES Round 4 every little group discusses 5 minutes together with the group to your right and selects again the best 3 of 6 Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

28 EU Seminar SUCCES 14 years old - skip some lessons – learns more on himself - convinces his mother – a lot of members of the family already proved that school isn’t so necessary 16 years old - leaves school permanently - spends his time hanging around with friends – no diploma - mother gives him money - little job here and there for his friends - neighbourhood is his world - high level of unemployment – criminality - lots of poor families - far from the city centre – no weekend jobs or leisure activities - less control - started to learn Dutch - in his own neighbourhood everyone speaks French - Dutch is too difficult and doesn’t need to speak it anyway 17 years old – bored - has to go to the city centre - bus to the city centre – expensive – complicated timetables - playing computer games - doesn’t leave his room - doesn’t see his friends - started to learn to work with the computer - not so simple at all - tries to surf on the internet – computer polluted with viruses – crashes - doesn’t know what’s happening in the world - doesn’t read newspapers 18 years old - neighbourhood becomes too small - mother complains - decides to go to the city centre - doesn’t know how to get there - borrows a scooter - drives down a cyclist - scooter broken - friend angry - must go to tribunal - criminal record - financial debts – mother puts him on the street – stays at different houses - also his own friends put him on the street - can’t pay anything for their hospitality social service - has to prove that he’s looking for a job - mental problems - not much self – confidence - doesn’t know how to behave during interviews - always knows better – doesn’t’ find the right address - mostly he comes too late – they always refusing him because of his criminal record Doesn’t really know what kind of job he’s searching for… Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

29 EU Seminar SUCCES Round 5 every group of 8 persons presents the 3 most important or most restrictive barriers Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

30 EU Seminar SUCCES 14 years old - skip some lessons – learns more on himself - convinces his mother – a lot of members of the family already proved that school isn’t so necessary 16 years old - leaves school permanently - spends his time hanging around with friends – no diploma - mother gives him money - little job here and there for his friends - neighbourhood is his world - high level of unemployment – criminality - lots of poor families - far from the city centre – no weekend jobs or leisure activities - less control - started to learn Dutch - in his own neighbourhood everyone speaks French - Dutch is too difficult and doesn’t need to speak it anyway 17 years old – bored - has to go to the city centre - bus to the city centre – expensive – complicated timetables - playing computer games - doesn’t leave his room - doesn’t see his friends - started to learn to work with the computer - not so simple at all - tries to surf on the internet – computer polluted with viruses – crashes - doesn’t know what’s happening in the world - doesn’t read newspapers 18 years old - neighbourhood becomes too small - mother complains - decides to go to the city centre - doesn’t know how to get there - borrows a scooter - drives down a cyclist - scooter broken - friend angry - must go to tribunal - criminal record - financial debts – mother puts him on the street – stays at different houses - also his own friends put him on the street - can’t pay anything for their hospitality social service - has to prove that he’s looking for a job - mental problems - not much self – confidence - doesn’t know how to behave during interviews - always knows better – doesn’t’ find the right address - mostly he comes too late – they always refusing him because of his criminal record Doesn’t really know what kind of job he’s searching for… Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

31 EU Seminar SUCCES Global evaluation and results Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

32 EU Seminar SUCCES Global evaluation and results Listing up of the ‘most popular’ mobility barriers dividing every barrier under one of the three forms of isolation discussing every barrier in the entire group. looking for solutions => using good practises, actions, tools that are already developed by the different organisations, partners and people who are participating in the workshop. Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support

33 EU Seminar SUCCES Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support Global evaluation

34 EU Seminar SUCCES Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support Contact en info: Karima Bouragba Maison de l’initiative k.bouragba@ville-grande-synthe.fr +33 328 24 99 00 Maarten François OCMW Kortrijk – Social Activiation maarten.francois@ocmwkortrijk.be +32 473 86 26 95

35 EU Seminar SUCCES Thanks for your attention Merci de votre attention Dank u voor uw aandacht Sustainable uplifting client centred employement support


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