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Lutheran Diaconia

Lutheran Diaconia

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Who we are

VšĮ “Liuteronų diakonija” was registered in the Register of Legal Entities in 2007. The activities of the public enterprise are based on Christian values.
 
Objectives of the Diakonia:

Why we are involved in SEMPRE

SEMPRE is an international project which allows combining wide experience and contributing to the development of innovative methods of work with the target groups.
In Lithuania, social and diaconal activities, covering experience in work with various target groups, in cooperation with international partners, are intended for finding innovative forms of aid for the socially vulnerable groups.
Participation in the SEMPRE project encourages inter-institutional cooperation and allows bringing together the interested parties for the development of social and psychological empowerment tools.
The target groups selected by us cover single parents and persons affected by addiction. We have experience in work with these social groups and the partnership will help to find new work measures and provide knowledge and confidence to tackle these problems in an innovative way.
We hope that participation in the SEMPRE project will contribute to the improvement of the social services in Lithuanian regions.

What will be the most important result of SEMPRE?

Empowerment is the chosen approach in the work with single parents and people with addiction problems in rural areas.

Whom we are working with

The implementation of the project will be carried out at two different levels. In Lithuania, Regional Coordination Group was established: VšĮ “Liuteronų diakonija” and Klaipėda University. Two Local Empowerment Networks were established in Jurbarkas and Pagėgiai regions. In Jurbarkas we are working together with the Jurbarkas District Municipality, Jurbarkas Evangelical Lutheran Parish Diaconia “Jurbarko Sandora”, and in Pagėgiai with Pagėgiai Municipality and the long-term rehabilitation centre VšĮ “Gabrielius”. The SEMPRE project encourages the strengthening of social services provision in rural areas. Social service providers, such as welfare and public sector organisations, non-governmental and social enterprises, will be encouraged to involve end-users, i.e. members of socially disadvantaged groups – single parents and persons affected by addiction.
 
Lutheran Diaconia
Všļ „Liuteronų diakonija”
Vilnius, Lithuania

Contacts:
Ingrida Karūnienė
sempre.lithuania(at)gmail.com

http://www.ldiakonija.puslapiai.lt

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SEMPRE Final Conference

Published: 2018-12-10

"Make Empowerment Happen!" - this was the motto of the SEMPRE final conference that took place in Riga on 27 and 28 November 2018. It was a lively event, highlighted by the showcase of 18 service user-driven micro projects from all over the Baltic Sea Region.

SEMPRE results published

Published: 2018-11-27

As the Final Conference "Make Empowerment" in Riga, Latvia is starting, we are glad to announce that we have published the first results of our three years of work in the SEMPRE project: The "Empowerment Handbook" that gives practical advice on how to apply user involvement in social service design, a compilation of the micro projects that were developed and implemented in co-creation processes in the SEMPRE partner regions and a "pocket" version of the organisational roadmap.

You'll find these publications here.

 

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