This is a reference for Sue Dudill

Social Entrepreneurship for Social Inclusion

The training activity took place
in Bonn, Germany
organised by Migrafrica
26th to 29th May 2016

Aims & objectives

To inspire, empower and forge partnerships and friendships between young women in solidarity to increase their capacity and resources for increased social engagement and participation

Providing a space where young women with African heritage can come together and find creative, sustainable ways to develop their social entrepreneurship skills.

Helping to create a network of like-minded young people with a similar experiences and missions to establish social enterprises that contributes towards efficacious social inclusion.

Starting to build an online resource bank that can be used by these young people to facilitate and support their efforts to become social entrepreneurs.

Target group & international/intercultural composition of the group & team

I was the trainer from the UK and the focus was for Afro-German young women. They were from different countries in Africa and from Germany.

Training methods used & main activities

Working with methods in non-formal education, the participants were led through a logical journey comprising activities covering all learning styles and supported by theories such as Edgar Dale's cone of learning; Stakeholder Solutions, Footprints in the Park and Secret Mission were some of these effective tools.

Outcomes of the activity

We realised all the objectives and the non-formal evaluation coupled with the written evaluation are first indicators that the training was a success. The outcomes will be posted on this website:

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

Working in cooperation with Migrafrica, I designed and scaffolded the programme based on the aims and objectives. I then led the training supported by the team.

I worked on this training for 4 days as a full time trainer.

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