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Kaikukortti won Talentia´s Hyvä käytäntö (”Good Practice”) prize

Hyvä käytäntö (Good Practice) logo by Talentia
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Kaikukortti won the 2018 Talentia´s Hyvä käytäntö (”Good Practice”) contest. The prize was awarded at Sosiaalialan asiantuntijapäivät (Expert days for professionals at social work) in Jyväskylä on March 13, 2018. 

Kaikukortti-team is happy and taken: ”big thanks belongs to the involved parties at Kaikukortti network and to the co-developers of the Kaikukortti model”.

Kaikukortti model has been built in cooperation with social, health and cultural actors, national and regional experts and with target group actors in workshops in Espoo during autumn 2014 and in Kainuu during autumn 2015. The model is being developed further together with the national Kaikukortti network.

 - The model highlights the importance of culture for well-being. The activity also tackles the current topic, ie social inequalities, justifyis the jury its choice.

Read more at Talentia's bulletin (in Finnish). 

The Culture for All service develops a Perpetual Card nationwide. The funding will be financed by the Ministry of Education and Culture and the Culture for All service in 2018-2019.

Read more about Kaikukortti: www.kulttuuriakaikille.fi/kaikukortti_in_english.

Talentia distributes the Hyvä käytäntö (”Good Practice”) Award annually for Social Practice which is current, easy to apply, socially influential and evaluated . The aim of the prize is to promote the development and dissemination of professional practices and working methods in the social field. www.talentia.fi

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