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Foundation for Social Action

Foundation for Social Action

Who we are

Foundation for Social Action
The Foundation’s goal is to raise the economic and social capacity of congregations and church organisations, improve the accessibility and quality to services. Its activities include consulting and training projects.

Why we are involved in SEMPRE

SEMPRE addresses issues that the Foundation for Social Action is also dealing with. It mediates information and facilitates cooperation between various stakeholders. An international arena would assist in fulfilling the local goals better and draw more attention to the activities.  SEMPRE enables addressing target groups that have not been addressed by other international projects so far such as families at risk, ex-offenders, NEET (not in education, employment or training) youth, etc. The project enables empowering of risk groups on local level and assists them in improvement of their own lives by providing g training to create jobs. The project increases social entrepreneurship on the local level. These are all values that Foundation for Social Action also shares.

What will be the most important result of SEMPRE?

A regional/international empowerment network is created of various partners such as congregations, local governments, social workers, families, academics, pastoral counsellors, etc. for helping local risk groups.

Whom we are working with

The Foundation for Social Action will, together with the Estonian Evangelical Lutherean Church, create Local Empowerment Networks in the counties Võru and Põlva. The focus will be on families at risk, i.e. families located in remote regions of the country, families having many children, families in poverty where parents are unemployed, families having NEET youth at home. In the two Local Empowerment Networks we will cooperate with NGOs such as Hingetugi (providing pastoral counselling) or the Estonian Association of Large Families, as well as with congregations, the local municipalities of Haanja, Rõuge, Sõmerpalu, Meremäe and the county governments. We will also cooperate with Tallinn University and the Estonian University of Life Sciences as scientific partners.
 
Foundation for Social Action
Ühiskonnatöö Sihtasutus
Tallinn, Estonia

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Final transnational meeting in Hamburg concludes SEMPRE project... for the time being

Published: 2019-01-31
SEMPRE partners have met for the finalisation of the project on 23 and 24 January 2019 in the Ecomenical Forum HafenCity in Hamburg, Germany. An emotional good-bye feedback round as well as some last work session to finalise the remaining outputs and succesfully close the project were all part of this last SEMPRE meeting.

SEMPRE has won the Poster Award in a Social and Health Care seminar in Vaasa, Finland

Published: 2019-01-15
The SEMPRE project in the University Consortium Chydenius was awarded a best poster in the Social and Health Care seminar in Vaasa. The SEMPRE was originally presented in Dublin World Conference in July 2018.

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