The Partnership will put in place a holistic approach starting from those who deliver and accept education and extending to those who plan and administer education, to strengthen the key contribution which education makes to personal development, social inclusion and participation. The project outcomes are focused on mobilising different actors for digital and social inclusion, and as such they have good potential to feed into the relevant EU policy digital agenda through producing policy-recommendations at both national and European-levels. Policy recommendations based on the piloting results (evaluation by young people, trainers and stakeholders involved in the pilot) will be promoted through local, regional, national and international project activities and events. The recommendations will summarize the experience gained from implementing the project inclusive educational approach in different countries and will provide policy recommendations for its adoption in different educational contexts.
The project will use the Piloting reports to produce informed policy recommendations about the Social Hackademy methodology. The policy recommendations will be distributed to key stakeholders at national and EU levels, such as ministries of education, policy makers, research institutes, think tanks, etc.
The production of final policy recommendations that are based on an existing best practice up scaled across several countries targeting disadvantaged and vulnerable groups and addressed to education and training policy makers and training providers will be exploited by the partners in each country and at European level to gain the attention required that will enable government support and funding to be generated.