The experiences, best practices and lessons learned through the project “Improving the provision of Social Service Delivery in South Eastern Europe through the empowerment of national and regional CSO networks”, implemented through IRIS Network, are represented within Case Studies on innovative social inclusion practice.
Six national innovative Case Studies have been developed, as a result of social engagement and good cooperation between national IRIS network members in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, FYR Macedonia, Kosovo, Montenegro and Serbia. The Studies are promoting inventive and sustainable solutions based on a social investment approach.
Innovative models of social services are aimed to improve the system of social protection, support and integration of the most vulnerable groups, with the special focus on youth in need. The very heterogeneous group of beneficiaries also includes victims of domestic violence, elderly and persons with disabilities.
Each case study includes:
a) Description of the innovative and sustainable example,
b) A qualitative assessment of the local social realities,
c) Means-tested analysis of the ‘clients’,
d) Reference to relevant EU policies and
e) Qualitative assessment on the up scaling potential.
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