Holistic workplace inclusion projects promote professional, personal and social skills. Since 2016, we have been offering young adults with and without disabilities the opportunity to expand their skills in a gastronomy and cultural business in Bern's Länggasse district with the Provisorium46. The Lions Club Bern honoured the innovative project approach with the Prix Lions in 2017.
In 2020, we were able to expand the project with a second location in the Monbijou district: At Fabrique28, young people with and without disabilities work side by side, learning from professionals and from each other. In addition, we could provide further long term focus on inclusion with inclusive gastronomic pop-up projects, such as Hof17.
With our presence in visible, highly frequented locations, we make the added value of a diverse society understandable and tangible in an informal way. Raising awareness in society and transferring knowledge to employers in the primary labour market are therefore important parts of the concept.
In the coming years, the project will be further developed under the name "Labor Inklusion". In order to implement the planned innovative and social community oriented living and working concept, the property of Provisorium46 in the Länggasse district, was renovated and rebuilt to be barrier-free.
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