Partnership request summary

"EMBRACE" The re-integration into society of individuals excluded from society

1 member

Description: Societies do not occur in a single day, and as a result of a cumulative contribution to the centuries, the phenomenon we call society comes into play. The greatest impulse of human nature since creati...

Project proposer: Ismail Özalp

Last update: 2017-09-27
Details

 "EMBRACE" The re-integration into society of individuals excluded from society


Description of the project offered:
Societies do not occur in a single day, and as a result of a cumulative contribution to the centuries, the phenomenon we call society comes into play. The greatest impulse of human nature since creation is perhaps its desire to protect itself. From ancient times, humanity felt the need to protect itself against the wild life of nature. The discovery and use of fire, the construction of shelters, has emerged as a manifestation of this self-protection against nature.

As history progresses, mankind, which constitutes a society, has acquired the obligation of exclusion as well as the inclusion of society. It integrates the collection that the self belongs to, but also excludes non-self. Perhaps the first selfishness of mankind, inclusiveness and exclusiveness, is now beyond what is predicted. Humanity now excludes itself. Behind it is basically the "competition" phenomenon. Despite living together in society, people are in constant competition in their own way due to the inadequacy of the resources used. Sometimes "selfish" people exclude other people, even though they do not have resource shortages.

The wounds of social injustice have caused the society to cost the specific people, groups, classes instead of looking at the problems from the structural frame. Just as Adolf Hitler's dismissal of Germany from World War I and the economic depression in Europe, especially in Germany after the war, cost Jewish people; nowadays some people are directly pushing the problem directly to the refugees themselves, leaving the reality of the war as a result of the fact that many of the world's fleeing warfare has escaped and the masses of refugees are involved in the labor force market in order to execute their lives in the regions they live in. This has caused the refugees to be exposed to discrimination in the regions they live in and to be excluded from society.

Likewise, detainees who come to prison after completing their sentences are at risk of being excluded from society. An important part of society is often skeptical of these people, often overlooking the prison process, which allows them to be rehabilitated after the offense they committed. However, the reclamation of the prisoners who have undergone the rehabilitation process, reintegration, as well as a branch to keep them alive as an individual, and the community itself will benefit itself. The physical and mental competencies that the prisoner has before his detention and the time of his detention will serve the common interest of the community.

In this project, it is aimed that the prisoners, drug addicts, victims of violence, immigrants and refugees will be saved from the prejudices of the society and gain their respect in the society and provide their employment opportunities to rescue their lives.
Project proposer:   Ismail Özalp (Turkey)
Partner role:  Project coordinator
Partner organisation:  Small or medium-sized enterprise (SME)
Call for proposal title:  N/A


Description of the collaboration sought:
We are looking for partners who wish to cooperate in this project. We would like to aply to H2020 projects via this project.
The deadline for submitting application to the European Commission is 4 October 2017.
Expertise sought: Intellectual property rights, Research ethics, Business aspects, Scientific research, Coordination. Cooperation, Evaluation, Legislation. Regulations, Policies, Security, Employment issues, Regional development, Economic aspects, Information. Media, Education. Training, Social aspects,
Roles sought: Project participant,
Organisation types sought:
Countries sought: Austria, BELGIQUE-BELGIË, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, SUOMI / FINLAND, France, DEUTSCHLAND, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, ITALIA, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, NEDERLAND, POLSKA, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, ESPAÑA, SVERIGE, UNITED KINGDOM, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Iceland, Israel, Liechtenstein, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Norway, Serbia, Switzerland, Turkey,