|Call for Participants, 15.06.2023|
On 22.06 and 23.06.2023 in the University, Thessaloniki will be held “Multiplier event for promotion of project results and transfer of good practices in Greece”, organized under the project “Enhancing social inclusion through introduction of innovative methods in youth work”, contract No. 2020-2-BG01-KA205-079598, co-funded by the Erasmus+ program of the European Commission, with leading partner Association for Social Solidarity and Prosperity (Bulgaria) in partnership with Omilos UNESCO Neon Thessalonikia (Greece).
Representatives of other sectors related to youth work are invited to participate – School education; University education; NGOs working with young people, Institutions, working with young people, Social services working with young people who would be interested in the project and/or the project products or intellectual outputs. All intellectual products developed under the project will be presented:
- Developed Innovative training methods for working with young people (14-28 years), aimed at developing skills, representing an innovative comparison between digital and entrepreneurial competences, taking into account the needs of young people in a disadvantaged position and including elements of digital competences (DIGCOMP) and entrepreneurship competences (EntreComp);
- Developed intellectual product Interactive map “Digital skills for entrepreneurship”, representing a digital-based training tool;
- Developed intellectual product “Educational platform with mobile application” integrating Innovative training methods for working with young people (14-28 years) and Interactive map “Digital skills for entrepreneurship”, representing an integrated digital-based training tool.
A detailed program of the event can be found at: https://sssp-youth.space.
Please confirm your participation by e-mail: email@example.com no later than 21.06.2023
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