ALLIANCE FOR GREEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Project: ALLIANCE FOR GREEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Project Number: 2021-1-BG01-KA220-ADU-000035300
Sector: Adult Education

Duration: 1/11/2021 – 1/11/2023

Aims of the project:

The AGE Project will address adult learners and will work on fostering sustainable entrepreneurship education by creating a specialised and learner-driven educational materials and resources, dedicated to development of competences for creating circular economy models, green start ups and digital enterprises for promoting social innovation and strengthen the third sector entities. The specific project objectives set up by the promoters are: 

  • To enhance the evolution of ecofriendly mind-sets among individual learners by strengthening the educational offer and providing opportunities for building skills in the field of green entrepreneurship; 
  • To raise awareness about the existence of specific tools for development of green start-ups, such as the ECO Business Model Canvas (for circular economy) and numerous best practices in Europe that could be reproduced in other countries 
  • To support green entrepreneurship education through the elaboration of an OER as tangible outcome, offering a specific guide for the development of circular economic model for 3rd sector entities, in particular based on initiating green enterprises and innovation 
  • To raise competences, exchange and disseminate good practices related to education to green economy and training on sustainable entrepreneurship among educators, mentors, trainers within adult educational entities and not only 

 

Results:

Tangible outcomes:

  1. Research report on the existing legislation and tools for support of green economy and eco sustainable entrepreneurship in each country.
  2. Training materials and educational course content
  3. Open educational resource (OER)

Intangible outcomes:

  •               Raised knowledge and competences of partner staff members and adult educators for development of OER on green entrepreneurship education
  •               Ability of staff members and educators to offer guidance and support related to the development of eco entrepreneurship and green innovation, and for acting as multipliers of best practices in this field within their local communities
  •               Acquisition of best practices related to solutions for entrepreneurial education with focus on green economy
  •               Stimulation of adult learners to use OER for learning and benefit of increased sense of initiative thanks to the solutions proposed for inspiring green entrepreneurial ideas

Partners:

MUNDUS BULGARIA – Bulgaria

Asociation DGT – Romania

STICHTING DUTCH FOUNDATION OF INNOVATION WELFARE 2 WORK – The Netherlands

SOSU OSTJYLLAND – Denmark

ATHENS NETWORK OF COLLABORATING EXPERTS  ASTIKI ETAIRIA (ANCE) – Greece

REGIONALNE CENTRUM WOLONTARIATU – Poland

Erasmus

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