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Projects currently implemented in CEAPP

Jagiellonian University project: Collaborative Monitoring of REgional Lifelong learning Policies (COMORELP) received Erasmus+ grant Strategic Partnerships for adult education

Project coordinated by Jagiellonian University in Kraków is an initiative of international consortium. The participating organizations are: Jagiellonian Univesity (Poland), Bogazici Universitesi (Turkey), FREREF – Fondation des Regions Europeeennes pour la Recherche en Education et Enformation (Belgium), Lifelong Learning Platform (Belgium), Voivodeship Labour Office in Kraków (Poland),  CIS - Scuola per la gestione d'impresa societa consortile a responsabilita limitata (Italy) and Arcola Research LLP (UK).

COMORELP is designed and implemented with the main goal of building a Policy Lab in LLL. This means enabling and sustaining all partners in the area of LLL to work together to gather all good experiences and practices regarding the area, elaborating and implementing new innovative practices and policies, and giving pathways so that the practitioners are able to reflect upon the necessary competencies to better evolve in a rapidly changing world, i.e. the ability to build up for themselves agile career pathways, to accompany others in the same process, and to design and implement the policy that will support them, at local, Regional and European level.

The Project Coordinator is dr hab. Barbara Worek - Associate Professor Institute of Sociology UJ.
The total value of the whole project is 412 310,00 EUR (the value for the Jagiellonian University is approximately 70 000,00 EUR).

Mid-term evaluation of the public aid PARP in the framework of POIR part 1

Project coordinator: Katarzyna Lisek, e-mail: katarzyna.lisek(at)

Experts engaged in the project: dr Seweryn Krupnik, Anna Szczucka, dr hab. Jolanta Perek-Białas, Małgorzata Komońska, Jan Strycharz

The project is dedicated to the evaluation in the Evaluation Plan of the Aid Programme POIR, in the field dedicated to mid-term evaluation.

The aim of evaluation is to assess the positive and negative, direct and indirect effects of the Programme and its aid instruments, including:

1/ direct impact of the aid on the beneficiaries of aid,
2/ in-direct impact of the aid on the beneficiaries of aid (positive and negative),
3/ proportionality (including the incentive effect) and the adequacy of aid.

Mid-term evaluation of the project inno_LAB - Centre for the analysis and pilotage of the new instruments part 2

Project coordinator: mgr Katarzyna Lisek, e-mail: katarzyna.lisek(at)

Experts participating in the project implementation: dr Seweryn Krupnik, mgr Anna Szczucka, dr hab. Jolanta Perek-Białas prof. UJ, Małgorzata Komońska, Jan Strycharz

Project is dedicated to mid-term evaluation of the non-competitive project inno_LAB “Centre for analysis and pilotages of the new instruments. The aim of mid-term evaluation inno-LAB is the assessment of the correctness of the model and its real usefulness both the project and its activities (in particular the pilotage aid instruments).

Human Capital Study - Bilans Kapitału Ludzkiego BKL

'Human Capital Study' (Bilans Kapitału Ludzkiego - BKL Project) is a research study on the competences
required on labour market conducted by Polish Agency of Enterprise Development and Jagiellonian University since 2009. 

First phase of the research BKL project was conducted from 2009 till 2015.
First edition (2011-2014) of the project consisted of the  analysis on the population (17 200 /annually)
the employers research study (16 000 /annually), job offers analysis, the companies and training institutions analysis as well as the research on the students and pupils 2 waves each  32 000). 

Since 2016 the secont phare is being conducted (17.04.2016 - 31.12.2023). It consists of the three waves of the research on the labour market in three sectors: finance, travel industry and IT. Second edition consists of the population research, employers research and trainings and development sector analysis.  

Information about the project Human Capital Study can be found in the section BKL

More information - Polish Agency for Enterprise Development

Social Inclusion Incubator

Project title: Social Inclusion Incubator  

Project coordinator: dr hab. Jolanta Perek-Białas, prof. UJ

Project duration: od 01/10/2020 do 30/09/2023

Experts: mgr Katarzyna Lisek, mgr Anna Szczucka

Total grant value for JU: 780 670,00 pln

The aim of the project Social Inclusion Incubator  (Inkubator Włączenia Społecznego - IWS) is popularization of 6 innovations out of 60 tested in micro-scale, which will increase the effectiveness of solving the problems in the field of social inclusion. Thanks to grant mechanism it will be possible to incube (prepare, test, validate and popularise) new ideas, which will enable faster and more effective solutions of the social problems in Poland, connected to social exclusion.

Project Leader – Regional Centre for Social Policy in Kraków is looking for innovators: natural persons, NGOs, public and private institutions. Social innovations will be supported by grants for creating, testing new ideas, substantive and organizational support. Beneficiaries of the new solutions will be people in a risk of exclusion because of the age, disability, place of residence or status on the labour market.

Project is implemented in the framework of IV Priority – Operational Programme Knowledge Education Development (Activity 4.1: Social Innovation), for the order of the na Ministry of Development, financed by the European Union and European Social Fund. 

The information about the recruitment / call for applications will be available on the Leader Website - ROPS in news „Aktualności”:

More information about project - link to project Leader website: Regionalny Ośrodek Polityki Społecznej

Link to the Partner website: MISTiA Małopolski Instytut Samorządu Terytorialnego i Administracji – Fundacja Rozwoju Demokracji Lokalnej im. Jerzego Regulskiego