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  • Employment
The resource includes learning materials that are related to the local mapping of Ethical Purchasing Groups (E.P.Gs). Specifically, a map has been created which includes the analysis of the current state, the mechanisms and the strengths and weaknesses points that characterize this type of system that meets producers’ and, at the same time, consumers’ needs.
Learners will be able to gain more knowledge on the situation of E.P.Gs and direct sales in Italy, Croatia and France. In this section the learner can also find:
  • A METHODOLOGICAL TOOL: to know the project’s methodology
  • A BUSINESS DIARY: work notebook for the creation of Social Enterprise
  • A MENTOR GUIDE: guide to mentor a group for the start-up of a Social Enterprise
  • A CURRICULUM: training plan of the methodology
  • A FOOD HYGIENE, SAFETY AND QUALITY E-PILLS: to learn to purchase in a critical way
  • A HANDBOOK: to learn more about the project’s experience and replicate it in other contexts
Title Social Start Ups
Date launched 2014
Duration Completed
Type of Resource Digital Resource (downloadable pdfs)
Purpose Employability
Online or Blended Online
Learning objectives The aim of the project is to encourage, through the start-up / management of Ethical Purchasing Groups (EPG), the empowerment, access and transfer of key competences (in particular entrepreneurship) to adult people, focusing specifically on people with a low educational level, unemployed, vulnerable groups, single parents, small producers (agriculture), migrants.
Target group Migrants (among others)
Evaluation results/ monitoring plan N/A
Recognition or certification of learning N/A
Financing and sustainability model Erasmus+
Leading Organization TAMAT
Contact Person Domenico Lizzi
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