Webinar on Social Dialogue Forum 03.02.2021
- Location: Zoom
- Date: 18/02/2021
- Time: 11:00 - 13:00
We have the pleasure to invite you to the webinar on Social Dialogue Forum, 18 February 2021, Thursday at 11:00 AM (CET).
Social Dialogue Forum is based on the “Leave No One Behind” principle and seeks for multidisciplinary, client-centred and evidence-based intervention to help people to integrate/reintegrate, socialize and include in the community and society itself. The ultimate goal is to assist persons to integrate into the community and to achieve the greatest possible functioning and coping capabilities, independence and participation in society. It consists from a number of interventions, in which various actors co-operate to assist users/beneficiaries in their own efforts. This involves actors/stakeholders from many different professions, organizations and sectors of the society. Depending on the type of welfare system, the Social Dialogue Forum usually includes different health and social services, employment services, education services and social or private insurance. In addition, employers and trade unions are often involved as well as the individuals concerned.
The webinar, hosted by the Association of the Units of Local Self-Government (ZELS), will bring knowledge about:
- How Social Dialogue Forum works?
- What is the role of local government?
- Good practices from the Region
The webinar will be hosted at the Zoom platform. Please register HERE.
The webinar will be delivered in English language, with simultaneous translation in Serbian, Albanian and Macedonian languages.
This webinar is activity of the NALAS project “Enhancing local capacities to implement the 2030 Agenda and the Leave No One Behind Principle”, implemented by the associations of local authorities from the Western Balkans in cooperation with and supported by the regional project on “Social Rights for Vulnerable Groups”. The regional project is implemented by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) on behalf of the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).