With the project INCOME which has come to an end, ALDA is proud to share the final publication is now out to help disseminate the significant achievements that the project has reached.

INCOME has been a multi-layer initiative aiming to find new opportunities within the concept of co-working by acting within the intersection of culture and economy. The project itself has been brought on by 9 different partners from March 2017 to February 2019. With its eclectic mix of partners from around Europe, it represented a possibility to explore new ways to achieve job sustainability and opportunities beyond and across traditional formats, borders and methods.

The final publication, gathers the outcomes of the project, to report how co-working can have an impact on local contexts, drawing from the experiences of each participating partner. In particular, the focus is set on youth, to understand if co-working could be a valuable tool to fill the gap between school and the job market.

With the project INCOME which has come to an end, ALDA is proud to share the final publication is now out to help disseminate the significant achievements that the project has reached.

INCOME has been a multi-layer initiative aiming to find new opportunities within the concept of co-working by acting within the intersection of culture and economy. The project itself has been brought on by 9 different partners from March 2017 to February 2019. With its eclectic mix of partners from around Europe, it represented a possibility to explore new ways to achieve job sustainability and opportunities beyond and across traditional formats, borders and methods.

The final publication, gathers the outcomes of the project, to report how co-working can have an impact on local contexts, drawing from the experiences of each participating partner. In particular, the focus is set on youth, to understand if co-working could be a valuable tool to fill the gap between school and the job market.