Currently, Social Economy is almost absent in non-formal education of young people. It is very important to change this situation, as non-formal education in this field will show young people ways how disadvantaged groups can actively engage in and contribute to the development of the local community. Furthermore, it will also contribute to spread attitudes of tolerance and respect for human rights among young people (also towards people from other communities and cultures).
In order to share this knowledge with young people through non-formal education, it is necessary to train youth workers and youth leaders, who work with them in their local communities.
For this purpose, the Institute of Entrepreneurship Development presents a Tool Kit with the subject “How to Promote Social Economy among Young People?”.
The Tool Kit was created in the framework of the European project ERASMUS+ entitled “SocialBiz – Social Business for inclusion”.
You can discover the entire Tool Kit completely free of charge below: