The project ”Social Entrepreneurship in Youth Work – Developing employability and innovations amongst young people” is set around the trend of developing youth work as a tool to combat unemployment among young people. The idea of youth work as a tool for social entrepreneurship development can often be seen as a two-fold process: on one hand it is directed to the youth work providers aiming to make their work effective and on the other it is directly linked to the needs of young people. As the majority of young people need jobs it is clear that youth work providers should provide space for real and meaningful support for these youngsters. The aim of the project is to develop strategic tools and motivate youth organizations to provide youth entrepreneurship support and further expand on this topic.
The partners involved in this project are: Gozo Youth Council (Malta), Out of the Box International (Belgium), Institute for Entrepreneurship Development (Greece).
The project is funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission.