Europe is smaller, thanks to job shadowing activities of project INCOME!
Professionals from all over Europe will get out of their office, take a plane and jump headfirst into the work of another institution. Why? To literally get in someone else’s shoes, learning new perspectives and tools used, and sharing their ideas, concerns, and solutions.
Project INCOME (INnovating COworking Methods through Exchange) is co-funded by the ERASMUS + programme and led by Contemporary Art Centre Färgfabriken.
The project focuses on the co-working approach as a way to respond to the challenges of youth unemployment, taking entrepreneurship and cultural infrastructure as a potential path out of unemployment, particularly attractive for young people tending to be more creative, dynamic and giving a preference to self-employment.
The 9 partners involved met in Stockholm in May 2017, on the occasion of the kick-off of the project, and shared their experience in co-working from different perspectives, planning future activities at the local level.
This year, INCOME will support 32 mobility activities all over Europe. A unique opportunity to creatively tackle one of the most pressing problems affecting youth – unemployment.
Read more about project INCOME