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Youth power in Entrepreneurship

(YPE) is a 17-months Erasmus+ “Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices” project involving 4 organizations from 4 different countries. Its aim to promote entrepreneurship, education and social entrepreneurship in combination with Non-Formal Education and practical learning, as a tool for enhancing social inclusion and employability of disadvantaged sectors of the youth population and to promote engaging, connecting and empowering young people.

“YPE” objectives:
– Contrasting young unemployment through developing Social Entrepreneurship potential and related soft/transversal skills in low-skilled or low-qualified young people through Urban Needs’ Analysis, Storytelling, ICT and Intercultural Communication.
– Researching and comparing existing European good practices of Social Entrepreneurship education of young people through Urban Needs’ Analysis, Storytelling, Marketing and Intercultural Communication.
– Producing state-of-the-art Reports outlining the existing landscape of European good practices.
– Elaboration of a set of Toolkits and of a comprehensive Format representing a useful practical reference for NGO and stakeholders’ operators and entities interested in fostering entrepreneurial development of young people.
– Developing a network among organisations experienced in the field of entrepreneurial empowerment of low-skilled and low-qualified young people.

“YPE” Partner Consortium:

Coordinating organisation:

  1. NORDIC EUROPEAN MOBILITY (Sweden)

Partner organisations:

  1. CHAMPIONS FACTORY (Bulgaria)
  2. Jövőt Építők Generációja Egyesület (Hungary)
  3. ASOCIACION CULTURAL Y DEPORTIVA LAHOYA (Spain)

 

Duration: 01-02-2020 – 30-06-2021 

“YPE” includes 3 activities:

1.Kick-off meeting – Venue: Stockholm (Sweden) with hosting organization Nordic European Mobility” –

Date: 18 – 19 March 2020

2.Transnational project meeting 2 – Venue: Budapest (Hungary) with hosting organization “Jövőt Építők Generációja Egyesület ” – Date: 1 – 2 May

3.Final Evaluation meeting and Closing Conference – Venue: La Hoya (Spain) with hosting organization “ASOCIACION CULTURAL Y DEPORTIVA LAHOYA” Date: 7-8 October

The project is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ Program of the European Commission!

Legends of tomorrow

Champions Factory hosted the first stage of the project “The legends of tomorrow”, which was delivered in Bansko, Bulgaria in the period  13-20 October 2016. Thirty two participants from Bulgaria, Hungary, Turkey and Poland were involved. The youngsters had the opportunity to find their passion and to build it into business idea, as well as to improve their public speaking skills and leadership skills.

Main facilitators of the exchange in Bulgaria were Shirin Amin and Martin Petrov from Champions Factory.

The second part of the youth exchange “The legends of tomorrow” was implemented in the period 4 -11 April 2017 in Budapest, Hungary where the participants gathered for second time.

During their stay in Budapest the participants visited the office of Prezi, where they had the chance to explore the work dynimics and management of the modern company. Also they visited the co-working space Kaptar and met some of its users, who organized special workshop for the participants. Presentation of  Global Shapers was also included in the program -international community of active youngsters in Europe. Michele Orzan was guest to the event and he presented Greenwill – “green” policy provided to many companies in countries all around the world.

During one of the days the participants were working on their already developed businesses or business ideas.

The Builders of the future

Jövőt Építők Generációja, in cooperation with Champions Factory, led the international project “The Builders of the future”, which involved 45 youth workers from 14 countries in a contact-making seminar in the period 16-21 October 2017 in Budapest (Hungary)

The specific objectives were:
–  To provide a meeting point for organisations active in the field of youth entrepreneurship
– To support organisations in developing a sustainable network and partnerships for future projects and initiatives in the field of youth entrepreneurship.
–  To exchange good practices
–  To promote development and implementation of ERASMUS+ youth mobility projects.

Participating organisations from 16 countries were: Jövőt Építők Generációja, UNIQUE JUNIOR ENTERPRISE, YouthProAktiv, Leaders House, JORDAN Youth Innovation Forum, Magenta Consultoría Projects S.L.U, Jaunimo verslumo ir saviraiskos skatinimo labdaros ir paramos fondas, Daring Project – Associação, Champions Factory Sports Club, GENCLIK SANAT ARASTIRMA VE EGITIM DERNEGI, Youth of Europe, MINE VAGANTI NGO, Youth Venture Berlin, ASOCIATIA OAMENILOR DE AFACERI ARGES