7-11 December 2020 | Budapest, Hungary.
Application Deadline (24th UTC): 13th September, 2020.
A great opportunity to discover, connect to successful initiatives, and learn more about social entrepreneurship and youth work in Hungary, as well as about how the European Solidarity Corps can support social entrepreneurship among young people.
Join us, reflect, network & learn about professional practices and ways in which social entrepreneurship and youth work can be developed and apply these experiences to your reality. This study visit is a unique opportunity to discover more about being a social entrepreneur in Hungary and how youth work plays a role in it.
The study visit is organized in the framework of the “Towards Collaborative Practice” (TCP) project that explores the potential of youth work, Erasmus+ and the European Solidarity Corps to foster social entrepreneurship and social innovation among young people. The TCP Project consists of forums and study visits and, so far, 5 Forums and 2 Study Visits have been organized. This one will be the third one, following on from the ones in Bristol UK (2016) and Jerusalem Israel (2018).
Budapest hosts a unique and vibrant community of social entrepreneurs working for the betterment of society and the environment. This event will provide the opportunity to a group of professionals and young people to discover the social business sector in Budapest and Hungary through direct contacts and exchanges with several social enterprises. It will be funded through the NET budget line of the European Solidarity Corps. It will be a combination of field visits with sessions focused on networking and knowledge/practice sharing. The project will explore the social and environmental impact of social ventures, with a special focus on the social inclusion of underrepresented and vulnerable groups. The event will also tackle the connection between social entrepreneurship and the European Solidarity Corps, as well as volunteering and its importance for social inclusion and employability.
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