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PARTNERS WITH IMPACT

In line with Part&Act

In recent years, there has been a dynamic of rapprochement between public interest organisations and traditional companies. The Project Part & Act, created 5 years ago, has helped developing this dynamic through awareness-raising and concrete solutions that led member companies of IMS Luxembourg to exchange and maintain privileged relations with associations and charities.

In view of the current complexity of social and environmental challenges, developing new models of partnerships between actors of general interest and traditional businesses as a mean of action is becoming urgent. Alongside patronage, other forms of cooperation are emerging, focusing on responsible practices, co-construction and societal innovation.

 

Approach

The PARTNERS WITH IMPACT Project, co-organised by IMS Luxembourg, the Ministry of Labour, Employment and the Social and Solidarity Economy, the ULESS and 6zero1 ensures the continuity of Part&Act. It aims at stimulating the development of these new partnerships models in the Grand-Duchy by providing tools and a methodology, and by encouraging meetings, exchange and co-creation between business and society.

It is therefore a question of bringing together the member companies of IMS Luxembourg and social enterprises around more specific axes of cooperation and in response to environmental and social challenges.

 

Goals

The project has two distinct objectives:


Intensify the exchange of skills between IMS members and social enterprises in a win-win logic through the setting up of action-oriented workshops

Identify the primary societal issues of the territory and respond collectively by concrete initiatives involving both IMS members and social enterprises

 

METHODOLOGY

Methodology based on the four types of partnerships identified by the French association Le Rameau

 

 

Partners

           

 

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METHODOLOGY

Skills workshops aim at providing social enterprises with the time and skills of corporate volunteers. Various workshops will be organized collectively or individually around pre-identified skills needs.

Through these skills workshops, social enterprises can also bring their expertise (environment, disability, integration) to the IMS Luxembourg member companies and support them in the evolution of their CSR practices.

  

WORKSHOPS

NEXT MEETING : 15 october 2020

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The last skills workshop was held on the 28th of february 2019 at BIL. Several volunteers from IMS Luxembourg member companies had the opportunity to support the projects of the following organisations :

  • ATP asbl (communication)
  • Life Project 4 Youth (law)
  • Tricentenaire (human ressources)

 

The past workshops :

Atelier de transfert de compétences le mercredi 20 mars 2019

  • 15 october 2019 : Support to APEMH and CIGL Kopstal-Bridel
  • 20 august 2019 : Support to Nyki
  • 2 july 2019 : Support to Allagi
  • 20 march 2019 : Support to microlux and CIGL Esch
  • 7th of November 2018 : Support to CNDS and SIPO
  • 18th of June 2018 : Support to Ligue HMC and Youth & Work
  • 19th of January 2018 : Support to Yolande Coop and Ateliers du Tricentenaire
  • 24th of May 2017 : Support to Autisme Luxembourg, Caritas Accueil and Solidarité and Wunnéngshëllef
Key figures
64 participants
8 workshops
256 hours of voluntering
18 social and solidarity enterprise supported

Méthodologie

The co-creation workshops aim at developing innovative and collaborative models that use the strengths of social and traditional enterprises to respond effectively and forcefully to social and environmental challenges.

The goal of these workshops is therefore to create innovative solutions with high social impact, benefiting each of the stakeholders.

Four-workshops cycles are organized to answer collectively each challenge identified upstream and adapted to the Luxembourg context (prevention of over-indebtedness, fight against obesity, renewable energies, recycling ...).

  

Topics :

  • Diversity - Inclusion of LGBTI people, more informations here
  • Household’s over-indebtedness in Luxembourg, more informations here