Fellow Ashoka
Switzerland
Fellow dal 2014

Christophe works to avoid long-term exclusion from the labor market of the most excluded people (long-term unemployed excluded by their lack of a diploma, their age or their cultural origins). The approach combines the evaluation of competencies, operational training (Swiss learning logic) and direct placement, bypassing the usual selection process, including resumes and interviews.

Questa descrizione di Christophe Dunand e del suo lavoro è stata preparata quando Christophe Dunand è stato eletto Ashoka Fellow nel 2014.
Introduzione
Christophe Dunand has changed the way the Swiss social sector operates - making it more collaborative, bottom-up and oriented toward changemaking. He has introduced a nation-wide approach to connect some of the most excluded people (long-term unemployed and socially disenfranchised persons) to the labor market by addressing the challenges created by the Swiss government’s highly local regulation and control, demonstrating the power of innovation and experimentation to address social challenges, and building multi-sector networks across traditional siloes. Christophe’s architecture of the Swiss social sector has resulted in the federation and professionalization of social organizations, the establishment of the social enterprise as a viable structure, and the engagement of all sectors of Swiss society in driving change.
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