The project will pilot the integrated way of organising the delivery of social benefits and services to the most vulnerable residents of the City of Miskolc, Bábonyibérc and Tetemvár; In each of these, to mobilise residents and connect them to services, including offering targeted employment support, a Neighbourhood Access Point will work with a Community Action Group. Both will be supported by a city-wide Social Innovation Resource Centre reporting to a Social Innovation Committee responsible for reorganising the systems of service provision on a city level.
The project’s aim is to jointly formulate an Action Plan (local action plan) to promote the integration of deprived neighbourhoods, under a complementary, two-fold approach – i) improving local governance mechanisms, including establishing local coordination and multifaceted partnerships as a basis for a successful integration process, creating a broad-based local government, setting commonly agreed goals and carrying out joint actions; and ii) Empowering communities and targeting at least 300 individuals through focused/direct testing interventions. As a result, the project offers to develop and pilot a scalable model of integrated service delivery, ensuring better targeted and channelled welfare services, combined with active inclusion measures.
Tasks – Products
The services provided by AEIDL in this project are:
- Methodological and innovation design advice for the overall implementation of the project, with particular attention to social innovation methodologies for the development of a model for the integration of social services delivery to the most vulnerable residents of Miskolc, involving stakeholders and beneficiaries.
- Desk research and identification of good practices working with vulnerable groups around Europe to complement the project methodology and seek synergies with existing similar initiatives, encourage peer-to-peer exchange of knowledge and collaboration.
- Elaborate dissemination contents, result products, publications, knowledge transfer documents.
- Organisation of events, workshops, and study visits to foster knowledge transfer.
- Knowledge platform management for the communication and dissemination of the project activities and results.
- Co-design and delivery of the project communication strategy and plan, including the design of communication materials, dissemination of results, social media and press release.
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