Poverty and social exclusion is a topic, which concerns not only people affected or at risk of it, but also aid institutions and decision-makers. Both sides see poverty from different perspectives, but the common denominator is always a “way out” of this state. To help both the people affected and the supporting institutions in the framework of the “TAP – Together Against Poverty” project, two methodologies to conduct workshops have been prepared.
The first one, under the title “Curriculum and methodology of entrepreneurship training for people at risk of poverty and social exclusion” by M. Kovacs, A. Petriuc, C. Stăncescu, S.-C. Tamaş, is dedicated to developing entrepreneurial skills by people at risk of poverty and social exclusion.
Second one, under the title “Curriculum and methodology for conducting workshops targeted at decision‐makers and social policy makers” by S. Martin Cano, contains a methodology of workshop aimed at raising the degree of understanding poverty phenomenon in other countries and possibilities of implementing the available solutions abroad.
The methodologies can be used both in the workshop groups or individually. In addition to these, there is an e-learning module available in the project’s Internet Repository.