Society Profits

Society Profits

entrepreneurship education

In the present period of severe economic crisis and economic recession, social entrepreneurship is one of the main issues at a European and national public policy level. The European Commission stresses that there are cultural factors which discourage too many people from starting a business and therefore, there is a need to develop a strong entrepreneurial culture among EU citizens in general.  Social economy within the field of social entrepreneurship comes not only to fight exclusion and unemployment (which has reached a pick of 11%), but additionally to address inexorable social problems which are directly interwoven with global poverty, adverse climate changes and other environmental problems, misuse of energy and power, inadequate health services, obsolete or negligible education etc.

The project primarily aims at the education of the next generation of entrepreneurs, who are concerned with the sociological ramifications of entrepreneurship. This target will be successfully accomplished through the production of capable influential multipliers, such as Youth Associations, who will eventually be fully-educated to teach, and therefore to exploit, the SP Toolkit. More analytically, by the integration of a range of well-designed ICT tools and educational material in the normal activities of the above-mentioned organizations, the potential social entrepreneurs will be trained to maximize their skills, thus identifying those challenges of our times which might enable them to develop solutions and models for sustainable social organizations.

  • Full title: Society Profits
  • Start: 2016/11/03
  • Finish: 2018/11/02
  • Programme: ERASMUS+
  • Sub-Programme: Key Action 2 – Strategic Partnerships
  • Website: N/A

Partners

C.I.P Citizens In Power ( PO.SI Polites se Ischy), Cyprus

Institute of Entrepreneurship Development, Greece

Associação Parque de Ciência e Tecnologia Almada/Setúbal, Portugal

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

Society Profits