WIMOOV - The platform for increasing mobility in favor of people with transport difficulties
Written by: Tomislav Perovic

In the early 1960s, the average distance to work did not exceed three kilometers, mopeds and public transportation ensured mobility for those who couldn’t go to work on foot or by bicycle. However, the people equip themselves with cars, with the double concern: to show that they belong to the middle class and to offer to their family a few exits out of town .

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The Solidarity Tie - Clothes don’t make the man but it contributes

Physical appearance (clothing style or corpulence) plays an important role in recruitment. It is the second discriminating factor in hiring. The physical appearance is after all very important, as our society conveys beauty canons. This new type of discrimination also affects the clothing, the haircuts or the piercings. Some employers are sometimes reluctant because of their education or the image they want to give of their company.

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SKUHNA as an example how food made the difference
Written by Ivana Boskovic

Providing access to employment and social inclusion for everyone, therefore preventing any form of discrimination in the labour market and improving the employability of vulnerable groups, should be long-term objective leading to greater social cohesion. Nowadays, inclusion of vulnerable or underprivileged groups at the labour market across Europe and in the other social activities may be found as challenging as ever. 

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