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February

Bremen, Germany

5-12th
February

Practice Makes Entrepreneurs

This training course is mainly focused on the practical skills that any future entrepreneur needs to have. The project will enable young people to come in touch with an array of soft skills acquired through non-formal educational methods making them ready to enter into the business arena.

‘Practice Makes Entrepreneurs’ is seeking to equip youth workers and leaders who work directly with young unemployed people with essential business and entrepreneurial knowledge and skills, in order to make them capable to indicate ‘alternative paths’ correlated with the labor market, thus contributing to the limitation of the unemployment among youth. Specifically, by saying ‘alternative paths’ it’s being implied the promotion of self-employment and a general cultivation of an entrepreneurial culture. The above target will be accomplished through a combination of practical knowledge provision on entrepreneurship, and a parallel cultivation of a positive way of thinking within the side-paths of self-awareness and self-motivation

In line with the Erasmus+ requirements, the project’s general objectives are:

– to provide practical tools using non-formal education that inspire young people to take entrepreneurial action. 

– to create a space to reflect on educational non-formal tools related to entrepreneurship and pave the way for their transferability and further development. 

– to develop entrepreneurial competences that make use of the non-formal education in youth work in order to stimulate self-employment and entrepreneurial culture among unemployed youth. 

– to develop a sustainable network among youth organizations which are being associated with entrepreneurship within EU and create stronger partnerships for future projects in the European context. 

Malaga, Spain

19-26th
February 

Say NO to islamophobia

Islamophobia is considered one of the strong driving stimuli in the radicalization of young Muslims in Europe. One of the reasons behind the radicalization of young Muslim is seen as their failure to be fully accepted into European societies, even those who were born and raised in Europe and have European passports. The desired impact of this project is not only to clear away the prejudice against Islam but also to both stop and prevent any kind of fearful approach toward the philosophy and any practices of the religion of Islam. 

The main aim of “Say no to Islamophobia” is to equip youth workers with the skills and knowledge necessary to develop practical tools for combating Islamophobia and counteract the spread of negative ideas about Islam and Muslims in their local contexts. Furthermore, the project will use non formal learning methodology including methods such as: ice breakers, energizers, name games, reflection groups, working into intercultural subgroups, facilitated discussion, creative presentations, simulation, case study, and debates. 

In line with the Erasmus+ requirements, the project’s general objectives are:

– to provide practical tools using non-formal education to fight against islamophobia and radicalization

– to create a space to reflect within a multicultural background

– to expand participants’s network

– to develop a sustainable network among youth organizations and create stronger partnerships for future projects in the European context. 

March

Topola, Serbia

20-30th March 

From idea to success – training course for future entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurship is about seeing opportunities and bringing a positive change. Entrepreneurs create jobs, increase innovation, raise competition and are responsive to changing economic opportunities and trends. 

Together with our partners, we believe that true opportunities lie in our young people. Through this course we will provide the youth workers with tools that may help them become successful entrepreneurs later on.

The project aims at embedding an entrepreneurial spirit among youth workers, raising capacities of organizations to deliver better quality entrepreneurial education that tends to develop personal development and professional skills in order to increase employment opportunities that leads an increase in the number of youth entrepreneurs.

In line with the Erasmus+ requirements, the project’s general objectives are:

– to develop a set of personal skills (leadership, problem solving, time management skills, self-motivation); 

– to help internalize these skills in order to further convey their importance with confidence and personal examples; 

– to foster deeper understanding of entrepreneurship and what it means to be an entrepreneur;

– to develop skills necessary for youth workers to deliver quality entrepreneurial education and ways to tackle key points in business development; 

– to exchange good practices in starting-up;

– to introduce business models and practical type of business plans.

Gauja, Latvia

31st March – 7th
April 

No one’s left OUT!

 

 

Despite growing numbers of young people and organizations that are involved in youth mobility projects all over Europe, there are still far too many that have never heard of such projects and never had the chance to get involved. So, with this project, we want to widen the “circle” of people who are benefitting from such youth projects and build the skills of new generation of youth leaders and youth workers to develop and manage youth exchanges.

The main idea of this project is bring together 26 people from 13 organizations who are relatively new to Erasmus+: Youth in Action programme, but want to find out more how YOUTH EXCHANGES work and develop some project idea that could be implemented. During 6 intensive working days participants will have the chance to meet partners for their projects and sit down and start working on a youth exchange project ideas that would involve the young people from their organization/youth centre/community.

In line with the Erasmus+ requirements, the project’s general objectives are:

– Understanding own motivation to be involved as a youth leader/coordinator in YE

– Awareness about needs and interests of young people, especially INCLUSION needs of so called marginalized young people

– Knowing better how Erasmus+ – Youth exchanges work and how to develop good quality projects that could get approved

– Meeting project partners and building trust

– Developing concrete youth exchanges – formulating idea, developing programme, writing it down in the application and receiving feedback in order to improve it

– Agreeing on further plan in order to submit the application for next deadline and implement the YE

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