Makers Unite has designed an effective social inclusion programme based on creating sustainable products together. The act of making simple things in a group stimulates the collaborative engagement of participants. It enables dialogues that step by step build trust.
In the program of Makers Unite we use these conversations to learn more about participants talents, develop their professional presentation for employers and introduce them to new opportunities as educational training, internships and employment.
Talents discovered in our program are matched to our expanded network of companies, educational institutions and organizations enabling participants to take further steps in their lives and careers.
Newcomers have the opportunity to tell their own story at external making workshops with schools, companies and organizations. Makers Unite engages the public by selling products that encourage conversations and are worth having.