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Ethical and Digital Entrepreneurship for European Youth – EDEEY

Ethical and Digital Entrepreneurship for European Youth – EDEEY

EDEEY offers an innovative, accredited training course to prepare those without access to infinite capital on how to utilise digital entrepreneurship as a way of poverty alleviation, whilst also increasing the creation of jobs for their peers. Non-formal education is just as crucial as formal education for the development of young people to suit the new future of work, therefore EDEEY is a vital initiative to adequately prepare young people for the labour market. In addition to the youth-led, innovative training programme that the project will create and pilot, it will generate numerous entrepreneurial social action activities through youth volunteering and internships.

Adopting a youth-led methodology, the project will construct and implement evidence-based, well-tested and replicable educational and training curricula to develop young peoples’ practice, creative and entrepreneurial skills to enable them to harness the power of digital entrepreneurship and offer economic empowerment.

The objective of the project is to develop and implement innovative programme of 6 courses in the newly-emerged area in the field of entrepreneurship.

The Intellectual Outputs of the project are:

  • Curriculum development for young people.
  • An eLearning platform.
  • Face-to-Face Training for participants in all participating countries.

Target groups (marginalised youths and youth educators) will benefit from receiving innovative and quality training, increase their knowledge regarding digital entrepreneurship, increase creativeness and strengthen their entrepreneurial skills.

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] 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. [Project number: 2019-1-UK01-KA205-062214]

Target Groups

Teachers, Students, School leaders, School staff, Youth

Education Level

Secondary, Teacher education, Adult education