Practicing User Involvement - An Organisational Roadmap for Social Service Providers

The SEMPRE project recognises the important role of social service providers in the social economy of the Baltic Sea Region. The "Organisational Roadmap" is meant to inspire and guide leaders in social services to strengthen the involvement of service users in the work of their organisation.

You can download the roadmap here.





Additional supporting material you will find under resources.


Further language versions of the Organisational Roadmap are available below.

 SEMPRE_Organisational Roadmap_German version_DE

 SEMPRE_Organisational Roadmap_Latvian version_LV



There is also a foldable "pocket version" of the roadmap, which provides you with the overview of the steps towards succesful user involvement at a glance.


Other language versions of the pocket roadmap:

SEMPRE_Organisational Roadmap_pocket version_German_DE

SEMPRE_Organisational Roadmap_pocket version_Latvian_LV



Photos on Roadmap cover  © Daiga Ellaby – | Photos on Pocket Roadmap: © iStock; Diakonisches Werk Schleswig-Holstein; © iStock; Wiebke Hinz; © Ann-Britt Pada; © Frida Larsson; © Maike Hagemann-Schilling



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Final transnational meeting in Hamburg concludes SEMPRE project... for the time being

Published: 2019-01-31
SEMPRE partners have met for the finalisation of the project on 23 and 24 January 2019 in the Ecomenical Forum HafenCity in Hamburg, Germany. An emotional good-bye feedback round as well as some last work session to finalise the remaining outputs and succesfully close the project were all part of this last SEMPRE meeting.

Dissemination Event in Szczecin to transfer SEMPRE Empowerment concepts to Poland

Published: 2019-01-15

On 25 February 2019 the SEMPRE project has been hosted by the Laznia Cooperative (4C Centrum Ekonomii Spotecznej/Kooperatywa Laźnia) in Szczecin, Poland. Thereby the SEMPRE concepts and tools for Empowerment were presented to an audience of social workers, scientiests, and representatives from public authorities and regional development agencies.

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