The „Entrepreneurship goes social” Erasmus+ Project, an initiative of our partner, Good Development Foundation from Poland is taking place right now!

A group of 24 participants from 12 countries: Hungary, Germany, Bulgaria, Romania, Poland, Lithuania, Greece, Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia, Spain and Malta are working together RIGHT NOW in Wisla, located in the beautiful Polish mountainous region.

Through interactive tools of non-formal education they are learning about sustainable development, responsible consumption, entrepreneurship, differences between traditional and social economy and many other topics. Discussions, brainstorming, writing, sharing knowledge and experiences, comparing different points of view – and they still have a lot of ground left to cover in fun, instructive and purposeful activities!

The aim is to create a social entrepreneurship toolkit for youth and youth workers which will help in understanding the main elements and huge, diverse potential of this field. You, our civil society colleagues, involved in youth work and social entrepreneurship can of course pitch in with ideas. We are looking forward to the results and will gladly share them with you :). Such good practice exchanges are the means to grow as organisations and to deliver more valuable entrepreneurial skills among youth in our communities.

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