On the 12th and 13th of June, Action Against Hunger received a visit from five Polish organizations in the frame of a transnational project.
Imago Foundarion, Yava Association and Open Space Foundation together with Lower Silesian and Karowice employment offices, spent two days in Madrid sharing experiences and good practices aimed to build a more inclusive socio labor ecosystem.
The 12th of June brought a good opportunity to better understand Action Against Hunger employability model as well as discussing the role of public employment services when collaborating with social organizations to promote more inclusive employment messures. In this space where experiences, trends and good practices where shared we counted with the participation of Patricia Reyez from Malaga's Diputation Employment service and Yolanda Hernández, director of Parla's Employment Agency.
The next day, we focused on social innovation and its crucial character in socio labor inclusion. Spanish and Polish councellors exchanged their worst and best experiences in group intervention, as well as a great number of innovative practices and approaches like Hope Filled Engagement, Sikkhona Cards, Dragon dreaming or Gamification tools.
This work visit gave us the chance to find common ends, open up and learn from different ways of adressing the inclusion of different vulnerable groups.