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Training program for civil servants charged with advising on starting social businesses


While there is already insufficient support for starting a business in terms of effective and efficient policy support, regulatory frameworks, targeted consulting and investment availability, or venture capitalists have become even more difficult as "social initiative" is still widely unknown.

However, social enterprises, given the specific roles among NGOs depending on donor funding and regular profit-oriented businesses, combine two segments that were often incompatible: social work and doing business capital is not regularly deducted from equity. of company capital. This requires a specific type of entrepreneur who engages entrepreneurs in solving social problems, e.g. in the field of education, environmental protection, employment creation for people with disabilities, or poverty reduction, or the like. As social enterprises contribute to increasing the well-being of the population, they need more attention.

ACHIEVE - Awareness of Common History for Identifying and Extending the Values of Europe

June 2019 – May 2021


European Commission, Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency


Europe for Citizens


Strand 2: Democratic engagement and civic participation
The project at a glance

ACHIEVE aims to develop the EU identity starting from a reflection on the common history, art and religions among cities from Central and South-Eastern Europe as a tool to fight growing Euroscepticism.

For these reasons, these are the topics at the challenges that ACHIEVE wants to face:

Meet AlbTalents



Meet – Alb Talents Project, promoted by CRDLS Albania Center, in close collaboration with local, national and international partners aims to favor a profound reflection of political, sociological and anthropological caracter on the size and shape that the phenomenon of new generations mobility and circulation over the prospect of talent is taking recently. In this project will be engaged different structures as the businesses, associations, companies or foundations that work with foreign staff or how they absorb young people who have studied abroad and how do they find the appropriate local social capital?

Through this project Vlora “will run as a national laboratory of  monitoring the phenomenon and experimenting the policies of their re-absorption. Youth, academics, experts, institutions, representatives of the business community etc will discuss topics and solutions that will be undertaken to make reversible the decision to leave the country and to convert the added value of their experience gained abroad.

All this, being convinced that only through new generations, with their energy and skills, their ability to be a bridge between the present and the future, between the territory of origin and global challenges, we can return to growth, generating development and welfare territory.