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Path to Social Entrepreneurship
Date du début: 1 juin 2016, Date de fin: 28 févr. 2017 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

"Path to Social Entrepreneurship" is a Key Action 1 Erasmus+ Youth project – training of trainers in youth entrepreneurship. The project will be held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. During 5-13 August, 2016. The project’s main objective is to train youth workers in developing young people’s initiative and entrepreneurship skills using the ‘See a Game’ methodology, thus developing their youth work competences, increasing quality of their work and strengthening the capacity of their organisations. The project’s main aim is linked with Erasmus+ Programme’s general objective - renewed framework for European cooperation in the youth field – and its specific objectives - improving the level of key competences and skills of young people. The project’s aim will be achieved through a high quality, structured non-formal educational programme with the following objectives:- Developing youth workers entrepreneurship skills, including exchanging experience of young people’s entrepreneurship initiatives implemented for the benefit of their communities and their peers, using the ‘See a Game’ handbook- Developing young people’s creativity and problem-solving skills- Fostering a sense of responsibility and initiative, trust, confidence, knowledge of own limits and creativity among European youth- Building a network of organisations and projects developing youth entrepreneurship using ‘See a Game’ and opportunities presented by the Erasmus+ ProgrammeThe project will involve a total of 20 participants and 4 staff from 10 countries: Netherlands, Slovakia, Spain, Turkey, Romania, Hungary, Italy, Bulgaria, Denmark and Lithuania.Project activities, based on the principles of non-formal education, include team-building, simulations, debates, working groups, evaluation sessions and performances, site and project visits as well as Youthpass self-reflection and debriefing workshops. The project’s results, and main impact will be the increased competence of participants (youth workers) in using theatre tools for youth entrepreneurship, and the increased capacity of partner organisations’ to organise activities for young people across Europe.Long-term benefits of the project include increased creativity and entrepreneurship of young people in partner countries and increased entrepreneurial activity of youth.



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