Improwise your Enterprise
10/05/2017 - 17/05/2017
According to latest statistics, by 2020 new generations of youth will give 50% of active workers of
the European labour market. We wish to empower youth, who face challenges while entering the
labour market as entrepreneurs. The aim of the project is to train youth workers to empower them
to use improvisational theatre as an innovative tool to increase the chances of youth
The Next Step
15/05/2017 - 23/05/2017
The Next Step - (Practical Coaching Training)
3 participants per partner, 8 working days. In this TC the participants will have the opportunity to take the principles of coaching into self-reflection, making it a space for developing a self-coaching attitude. The training will approach different aspects of how we function on a daily basis, both in our personal and professional lives: how we make judgements, what are our working patterns, how we stick to our decisions, or how to plan in a way that creates fulfilment and involves others. The training will be facilitated by Yassar Markoss, Agne Zvikaite and Afonso Bértolo.
STEP to Change – STEP in Europe
01/01/2018 - 31/01/2018
The aim of this project is to empower IVS organisations according to each regions' needs in terms of organisational management and impact measurement and improvement. This shall be the start of a global diagnosis and the basis for the Monitoring and Empowerment System of the CCIVS.
STEP to Change – Build the common Path Seminar
Seminar / Szeminárium
24/06/2018 - 30/06/2018
Build the common Path Seminar
Steering Team + selected participants from the several Regional STEPs will participate in a seminar which will be aimed at bringing the results of the 4 STEPs together.
27/06/2017 - 08/07/2017
“Connecting Routes” aims to increase youth entrepreneurship for young people facing fewer
opportunities, with a special focus on social entrepreneurship. The project comes from our experience with working with community building and social
entrepreneurship. We want to bring our perspective through 2 main fronts: young people with fewer opportunities and