What is The added value of social entrepreneurship in youth work
A framework for Youth Work to acquire new methods from Social Entrepreneurship and vice versa, sharing concepts and values for mutual growth to learn from each others’ successful experiences and initiatives.
A 33 months Strategic Partnership financed under the Key Action 3 of the Erasmus + Youth of the European Commission, involving 6 EU countries and aiming at sharing good practices among Youth Work and Social Entrepreneurship sectors.
The EU’s programme aimed at supporting Education, Training, Youth and Sport in Europe. It provides opportunities to study, train, gain experience, and volunteer abroad. SEYW is financed under the Youth section of the programme.
Our project consortium is formed by 6 partners coming from Youth, Education, and Social Entrepreneurship sectors, based in 6 EU countries: Italy, Bulgaria, Estonia, France, Greece and Luxembourg.