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Social Entrepreneurship E-Booklet

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E-booklet on teaching Social Entrepreneurship to youth. It was created and tested during "More than Money: Social Entrepreneurship Heroes" Erasmus+ project in Kaunas, Lithuania.

Aims of the tool

To help youth workers across Europe teach social entrepreneurship to the unemployed youth through non-formal education.

Description of the tool

Possible non-formal methods and activities for teaching social entrepreneurship to youth are described in the e-booklet. The tool was made and tested during a youth exchange and mobility of youth workers in Kaunas, Lithuania (October-December, 2014).


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Tool overview

Social Entrepreneurship E-Booklet

This tool is for

Youth workers willing to teach social entrepreneurship & (unemployed) youth willing to learn more about the concept.

and addresses

Social Inclusion, Youth Initiatives, YOUTH in ACTION (YiA) programme, Organisational Management

It is recommended for use in:

Youth Exchanges
Training and Networking

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

Asociacija "Aktyvus jaunimas"

in the context of

Asociacija "Aktyvus jaunimas"

The tool has been experimented in

Erasmus+ Projects

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Gediminas Kondrackis (on 7 April 2015)

and last modified

4 February 2015

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