The SEntrA project aims to promote social entrepreneurship among young people by offering a set of non-formal learning tools supporting youth workers and organizations to enhance youth social entrepreneurship actively.
In 2020-2022, through SEntrA – “Promoting youth social entrepreneurship through non formal learning” project, we achieved the following results:
- Research-based knowledge on the social entrepreneurship landscape in the five European countries involved (Cyprus, Greece, Romania, Norway and Ireland), with a particular focus on youth entrepreneurship and with regard to current policies, key trends, legislation & development issues (based upon the UN Sustainable Development Goals): https://www.sentraproject.org/portfolio/research/
- A competence framework in alignment with the EntreComp Framework of the European Commission that describes the framework of the relevant skills & competences, as well as the methodologies, way of thinking and environment required to support youth acceleration in social entrepreneurship: https://www.sentraproject.org/portfolio/framework/
- A training toolkit is an educational tool that can be used by youth workers & youth organizations to prepare young people to develop social enterprises (aiming at reaching concrete Sustainable Development Goals): https://www.sentraproject.org/portfolio/toolkit/
- Transnational and local workshops/training courses on designing and accelerating youth social entrepreneurship, for 145 youth workers.
Fundatia Danis’ partners in this project were: Atlantic Technological University (Ireland), Asset Tec (Greece), Norsensus Mediaforum (Norway), and ARIS (Cyprus).
The project was co-funded by the European Commission, through Erasmus+ Programme and Irish National Agency – Leargas.