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!n! - Initiative in the beginning

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"!n! - Initiative in the beginning" is a bilingual book with testemonies and hints about youth active participation in Portugal @

Aims of the tool

The objective of this project is to inform, motivate and increase active participation of young people in order to fight Youth Unemployment.

Description of the tool

"!n! - Initiative in the beginning" is a bilingual book (in Portuguese and English) containing interviews with different Portuguese young people that became active entrepreneurs thanks to a european programme or initiative in the field of Youth.

Besides the testemonies, this book contains a description of the different programmes and initiatives mentioned in the testemonies of the young people interviewed, with a special focus on Youth in Action Programme.

The printed book is complemented with a documentary film with the interviews and with a USB flash disk that will contain an electronic document containing text, sound, images, videos and links other documentation available regarding this topic. The electronic version is available @


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Tool overview

!n! - Initiative in the beginning

This tool addresses

Social Inclusion, Youth Initiatives, Youth Participation

It is recommended for use in:

Action 1.2 (Youth Initiatives)

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The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Nuno Carvalho (on 18 September 2013)

and last modified

30 August 2013

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