TÁMOP 5.5.4-09/1
Roma és fogyatékos személyek média képzése és foglalkoztatása Hatyaripe-Megértés projekt

TÁMOP 5.5.4.B
Arcok a médiában projekt

TÁMOP 5.5.3
Impulzus program

TÁMOP 2.5.1
Negyedik partner

Együttműködési megállapodások





A foglalkoztatás biztonságáért

Impulse programme - Social renewal 5.5.3 OP - supported by the ESF

Developing civil organizations is needed in Pest county too, despite the fact that the most important  non-profit organization is in the Middle-Hungarian region, in Budapest. The dominance of Budapest has made a draining effect on the county, that is the development-oriented human resources are mainly used in the capital.


Our programme aims to complete deficiencies with the following:

·         Making diagnosis after organizational auditing.

·         Elaborating a development plan, then starting a complex organization-development.

·         Fulfilling the development-plan, parts of the plan: training-like programmes, preparing and applying advisers, network-constructing programmes, elaborating and fulfilling a complex communication strategy.

·         Following, assessing, measuring the programme, fulfilling the necessary interventions.


The organizations of Pest county usually tend to provide their services with several deficiencies. In order to improve the quality and quantity of services it is vital to strengthen them and extend their capacities. We must not forget about the stopgap role of civil initiations. As the civil sector serves the interests of the society, it also deserves acknowledgement of society.

Our survey during the preparation of the programme showed that the basis of the operation of civil organizations is ensured by financial resources in the county too. Although most of the organizations depend on occasional tender opportunities due to lack of constant income, and they are able to provide their services adjusting to this. This means an obvious instability in the life of civil organizations.


The Impulse programme is based on the following demands: improving tender-writing competences, developing the quality and quantity of human resource.


Steps of the IMPULSE Programme:


·         Diagnosis is made which summarizes the background and motivation of the organizations involved.

·         Tailor-made development plan

·         Organizations form their strategies

·         Organization of trainings, workshops


Obligatory trainings for each organization:


1.         Project-management (2x30 hours)

2.         European Union employment studies and tender-writing training (2x30 hours)

3.         Quality management (2x30 hours)


Optional trainings:

1.         Lobby cooperation between sectors (30 hours)

2.         Organizational communication (24 hours)

3.         Marketing and PR (24 hours)

4.         Team-building (30 hours)

5.         Voluntary management training (30 hours)

6.         Financial planning, financial management (30 hours)

7.         Informatics (24 hours)

8.         Leader training (24 hours)


·         Civil network is formed with IT-based communication

·         5 advisers provides the task of organizational support

·         Our short-term goal with developing 30 organizations is that the cooperation of stakeholders improves, their commitment to their organization and environment strengthens, better organizational communication, the satisfaction of the „customers” of the organizations grows.

·         Every organization should have at least one ready project-plan


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Youth in Action programme

ANHSH has been participating in this EU programme since the start of the YOUTH 2000-2006 programme. As an accredited EVS sending organization, we are able to send volunteers abroad. Due to our wide national network, we can participate in youth exchanges, training courses and other actions by sending groups and professionals to other EU countries. Besides this, we're also organizing seminars and various exchanges in Hungary.

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Fourth Partner – Regional Partnership Programme

Member organizations of ANHSH voted about the regionalization process of the Association on the general assembly of 2007 – meaning to develop regional centres beside the already existing professional departments of our member organizations. The reason behind this decision was primarily to provide proper partnership for the public actors of similar interest. Besides this, a significant percentage of EU funds are only accessible for regional organizations.


With the approvement of our TÁMOP project, we have the opportunity to shape conciliation forums and NGO partnerships, where new networks, adoptable best prectices and measurable results are evolved.


Goals of the project, which are in line with the strategic goals of ANHSH:

-to shape such a coherent summary of the interest of the participants, which provide partnership both for policy represented by the concerned professional ministry in short term and for the accompanied policies in the long run.

-to participate in the legislature work concerning the organizations (preparatory work, proposing neccessary ammendation).

-to develop co-operation amongst different actors, establish proper coordination in the 4 concerned regions

-continous information service

-to organize trainings in order to ensure the professional development and proper financial sustainibility of participating organizations

-to implement networking programmes, publish preofessional material about the results.

-to develop quality standards.


We organize 8 regional forums in each four regions and two national conferences. Six professional trainings will be held for the organizations involved in the projects. The final product of the project will be accessible on the internet as well, this methodological book shall give an overview on regional partnership and a summary of experiences gathered during the project.

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'Black or White?'

More and more citizens are losing their job because of the economic crisis, while the labour markets are encumbered with various disadvantaged groups. One of the escape strategies marginalized and unemployed people follow is finding a job on the illegal labour market as a black worker. On the other hand, migrants are often have to choose the same route because their own difficulties on the labour market.

Measurement of this phenomenon is almost impossible due to its nature – both the employer and the employee are interested in the exclusion of the authorities. This type of behaviour acts against social solidarity and it is the most dangerous form of exploitation, because the employee lose his/her rights without a formal contract. In the case of illegal work, nothing ensures proper payment  for example.

Social economy is an important tool in the re-integration of these citizens. Social economy is developing under different economic and legal circumstances in the countries of the programme. Civil organizations are key actors of the social economy due to the fact that they meet the disadvantaged, discriminated, or illegal workers directly. However, currently there is no dialogue at European level regarding illegal labour and social economy between decision makers and the civil sector.


The programme:

The aim is to start a guided, thematic dialogue, with the participation of decision-makers,representatives of educational and employment organizations and such umbrella organizations which provide mediation between local civil actors and decision makers.


The participants from the involved countries will use the technique of informal learning to develop a common strategy to mitigate illegal employment through the development of social economy, at the same time participants will share their experience regarding the mentioned problems.


Expected results


  • Recommendation for a unified legal norm, regarding the various legal procedures and subvention structures of social economy
  • Exchange of experiences begin between the decision makers, educational and civil sectors regarding the problem of illegal work and the possible interventions
  • Common declaration for the professionals shaping the next financial cycle (2013-2019) of the EU, in order to mitigate black economy by developing social economy with complex grant programmes.
  • Sustainable international networks came into existence between civil and public actors
  • Infoming and convincing the social environment through communications strategy. In order to achieve this, it is necessary to involve the media of the given countries and to pass the results and declarations to the european decision makers and to the general public as well.
  •  You will find details on the website of the project

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    Common Way to Europe : knowledge – experience - development

    General aims

    The aim of the project was to intensify contacts between the NGO sectors of Visegrad countries, to change experiences, as the result of the project to improve the quality development of the NGO sector in this region. To find possibilities and initiate co-operation extended over borders, to make the NGOs aware of the common aims, endeavours and so to achieve the ideology of the European Union.  To make results accessible for all those neighbour countries, which haven’t joined the European Union yet.


    2. Concrete aims 

    The concrete aims were to summarize and exchange experiences, to create the possibility of learning from each other, to build multilateral and international civil connections and make them deeper. To formulate recommendations which can promote the co-operation between NGO sectors and governmental bodies of the involved countries, mainly on fields of employment and social policy. To provide a publication in V4 countries languages and in English, which includes country studies, and researches made by partner organizations.





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    Nonprofit Humán Szolgáltatók Országos Szövetsége
    1136 Budapest, Balzac u.21. I. em.2.
    Telefon/Fax: 1/270-0414, 1/270-0433

    Nonprofit Humán Szolgáltatók Országos Szövetsége, 2004