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Manual For Cultural Heritage Educational 

Manual For Cultural Heritage Educational

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“This Manual is a result of the experiences of Heritage Hubs school pilots. It is partly built on the original didactic package, which has been further developed based on participant feedback and analysis of collected data, and enriched with accumulated experiences and teachers’ input.

The Manual supports the practical application of the proposed heritage methodology and contributes to the existing body of platforms and toolkits for heritage education, such as Teaching with Europeana or Europe’s Cultural Heritage Toolkit for Teachers. However, Heritage Hubs brings in new experiences and innovative ideas, in particular the idea and good practice of transnational heritage education.”

Source (more information about the project): https://heritagehubs.eu

 

Toolkit Cult-UP –  Social Entrepeneurship for Cultural Heritage

Toolkit Cult-UP -  Social Entrepeneurship for Cultural Heritage

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Cult-Up was designed to boost innovation in Cultural Heritage by developing and implementing new learning methods based on real challenges and by developing entrepreneurship mind-set creating a scheme of transversal skills for young people approaching the sector. In this toolkit you can find materials about Social Enterprises and Cultural Heritage”.

Source (more information about the project): https://yerevan.impacthub.net/cult-up-program

 

 

Toolkit for designing, planning and implementing a Cultural Route

Toolkit for designing, planning and implementing a Cultural Route

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Toolkit for designing, planning and implementing a Cultural Route

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“The present guidelines have been developed within the project of inter-regional cooperation ‘CERTESS – Cultural European Routes. Transferring Experience, Sharing Solutions’ co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund through the Programme INTERREG IVC. Those guidelines were intended to facilitate the activities of preparing, implementing, managing, monitoring and evaluating cultural routes.

The realization of the inter-regional cooperation project has been implemented by partners from 11 different EU regions, with the European Institute of Cultural Routes (Luxembourg) as Lead Partner”.

Source (more information about the project): www.cultourplus.info/en/

You In Herit Transnational Toolkit

You In Herit Transnational Toolkit

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“The purpose of the Toolkit is to improve planning and implementation of crafts valorisation experiences with the involvement of young generations. The approach and the tools presented are developed to assist practitioners, including staff and managers in public organizations, private and educational sector, who are tasked with developing a youngster’s inclusive society. The project aim was to offer an experience-based methodology to support planning of cultural heritage and traditional craft (re)development at strategic level, responding to some relevant questions”.

Source (more information about the project): https://www.interreg-central.eu/Content.Node/YouInHerit.html

 

Technologies and tools for better access to cultural heritage

Technologies and tools for better access to cultural heritage

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“Accessibility is connected to all the aspects that determine the possibility to fully participate in urban life: overcoming physical and economic barriers, perception of safety, equal access to institutions, cultural productions, participation and empowerment of citizens, information and opportunities. ROCK project demonstrates how urban accessibility needs to be discussed and co-designed within communities and not only inside the traditional institutions, in order to make it really universal. In this third booklet of case studies from the ROCK cities, the team presents how to enhance accessibility and experience of cultural heritage using various tools and technologies.”

Source (more information about the project): https://rockproject.eu

 

ROCK place branding Toolkit

ROCK place branding Toolkit

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“This report provides analysis, reflection, tips and guidance on how to better communicate the city through Cultural Heritage. First of all, it helps to identify the concepts and practices that can be used for constructing a consistent narrative of the historical European cities in a contemporary and global context. The main aim is finding a path for these cities in order to show their uniqueness off and protect the legacy coming from the past as an asset for their future development.

This resource intends to provide guidance and inspiration in order to translate a more comprehensive perspective of CH into outstanding stories and captivating images able to catch the interest not only of visitors but also investors, innovators and the local population. In short, a simple tool to help get the most of CH when branding and communicating the contemporary city.”

Source (more information about the project): https://rockproject.eu

Handbook Cultural Heritage and cultural diversity

Handbook Cultural Heritage and cultural diversity

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“The units on cultural heritage and cultural diversity, presented in this handbook, have been designed for the purpose of providing an introduction to general topics related to cultural heritage and cultural diversity. It is meant to be used as supplemental material within the civic education course to provide a basic understanding of some of the issues and begin conversations and thinking about the topic of culture. The themes and learning objectives are meant to be used as a starting point and guide for educators. Thus, teachers are encouraged to develop further discussions and activities beyond what is mentioned. There are eight different lesson units that address cultural heritage and cultural diversity.”

Source:  https://edoc.coe.int/en/

 

The Non-Formal Cultural Heritage Education BOOK

The Non-Formal Cultural Heritage Education BOOK

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This book is specially designed for trainers, facilitators, teachers and youth workers interested in cultural heritage. It includes 26 activates, which can be implemented with young people. The proposed activities emphasize the partner cities from Romania, Bulgaria, Spain and Greece; however, they can be easily transferred to any local area worldwide. The innovative aspect of the book is the fact that it makes youth work easier and more effective. Using elements of the cultural heritage but in a modern concept, we expect the young people to be more motivated to learn about tangible and intangible heritage, as well as to find new ways of creative expression.

Source (more information about the project): https://www.mappmyeurope.com

 

Catalogue of Intercultural Exhibition

Catalogue of Intercultural Exhibition

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The fundamental objective of the project is to increase awareness of cultural diversity and strengthening of intercultural dialogue. Thus, this project aims to set up a Centre for Intercultural Education in Constanta, in order to stimulate intercultural education among young people. In the context of creating a common European space, interethnic cohabitation and intercultural dialogue represent a major wish, a starting point for a harmonious and real integration of cultural diversity.”

This material was created during the project and can be used as good practice example of proposed activities / materials to develop with youth in order to promote cultural diversity – cultural patrimony.

Source (more information about the project / material)https://www.mappmyeurope.com

Cultural Heritage and Cultural Diversity Lessons

Cultural Heritage and Cultural Diversity Lessons

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“A Handbook for Teachers” was produced as supplementary course design on Heritage and  Diversity for elementary schools (3rd to 9th grade), aimed at providing resources for teachers in this field. The lengthy process of producing the handbook was essential for the involvement of over 250 individuals that included students, parents, teachers, school administrators, municipal authorities, Civil Society Organisations and central institutions from the Ministry of Culture Youth and Sports and the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology.

The handbook, comprised of 8 units, provides teachers with practical tools and a dynamic platform for active engagement of students in a 40 minute class period.”

Source (more information about the project material): https://www.leargas.ie

Manual pentru educație interculturală – Handbook for intercultural education (Romanian material).

Manual pentru educație interculturală - Handbook for intercultural education (Romanian material).

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“In today’s society, intercultural education is important apart. Peoples’ migration, economic crisis and other factors economic and political origins have led to the inclusion of education intercultural issues on the agenda of the EU in general and of the Member States, in particular. In this context, there is a need for a framework institutional in which to achieve the integration of young people who belong to ethnic communities. Diversity is an essential feature of today’s society. In the current historical context, in a society defined by diversity, change and tolerance, in which identity national is the element of stability of society, it is necessary adapting current educational systems to the particularities ethnic and cultural development of young people belonging to ethnic communities.”

 

Source (more information about the project / material): https://muzeuldeartaconstanta.ro

Patrimoniul cultural al europei” set de instrumente pentru profesori – cultural heritage to europe” instrument set for teachers (Romania material)

Patrimoniul cultural al europei” set de instrumente pentru profesori - cultural heritage to europe” instrument set for teachers (Romania material)

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Patrimoniul cultural al europei” set de instrumente pentru profesori - cultural heritage to europe” instrument set for teachers (Romania material)

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“The toolkit dedicated to teachers aims to provide them with relevant resources and project themes in the field cultural heritage, so that young people can discover and get involved in the field of European cultural heritage. The toolkit should also strengthen the sense of belonging to a common European family. It is designed as a resource for teachers, regardless of subject or discipline, as well as for students aged 10 and 15 years, providing them with lessons, debates and projects on cultural heritage.”

Source (more information about the project / material): https://www.isjbn.ro

Learning in Museums and Young People

Learning in Museums and Young People

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Learning in Museums and Young People

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“The report focuses on museums informal and non-formal learning opportunities for teens (young people or young adults aged 14-25) to highlight benefits and impacts of young people’s cultural engagement in terms of personal well-being, active citizenship, social skills development and employment opportunities.

The study begins with the definition of a “Basic Framework”, aimed at introducing from a general point of view some important issues referring to the actual context, the more-than-ever important role of museums, with a particular attention to young people.”

Source (more information about the project / material): https://www.ne-mo.org

Teaching Toolkit for Entrepreneurship Education

Teaching Toolkit for Entrepreneurship Education

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The present paper introduces the Entrepreneurship Teaching Toolkit which has been developed within the framework of the Embedding Entrepreneurship Education (EEE) Erasmus+ Project funded by the European Union.

The EEE Teaching Toolkit modules focus on entrepreneurship education and introduce different aspects of both theoretical and practical entrepreneurial knowledge to support innovative thinking and start-ups.

The EEE Teaching Toolkit consists of 23 modules and has been selected as a good practice example of “EntreComp” framework in action. The Modules can be combined in different ways to create new and extend existing academic courses. The modules focus on entrepreneurship education and introduce different aspects of both theoretical and practical entrepreneurial knowledge to support innovative thinking and start-ups.

Source (more information about the project / material): https://eeeproject.org/

The entrepreneurship toolkit

The entrepreneurship toolkit

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The Entrepreneurship Toolkit has been developed to help USAID Mission and U.S. Embassy officers in the field in the design, implementation, and monitoring of entrepreneurship development programs. The Business

Growth Initiative (BGI) project, throughout the course of interviewing Global Entrepreneurship Program (GEP) partners and non-GEP organizations, and supplemented by external research, actively focused on identifying, categorizing and compiling real-life examples that can be accurately defined as best practices of entrepreneurship, defined as a method or technique that has consistently shown results superior to those achieved with other means.

 

Source (more information about the project / material): http://egateg.usaid.gov/bgi

Business integrity toolkit for young entrepreneurs

Business integrity toolkit for young entrepreneurs

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This Business Integrity Toolkit is very much a joint effort. Conceived as part of a training programme organized by UNDP for the Youth Co:Lab, our community of social entrepreneurs in ASEAN countries, it is an example of “collective action” – a concept in the fight against corruption which you can read more about in the Toolkit.

The purpose of this Toolkit is to make a modest contribution to this goal by encouraging young people starting their own businesses to operate with integrity from the outset. The young and bright social entrepreneurs in Youth Co:Lab, with the help of their incubators and mentors; UNDP staff in ASEAN countries; and IBLF Global have put together this a useful resource, primarily for young entrepreneurs starting up their own businesses anywhere in ASEAN – and beyond. It’s a toolkit by entrepreneurs and for entrepreneurs.

Source (more information about the project / material): Supported by the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

Youth coops: promoting social and cooperative entrepreneurship among young people

Youth coops: promoting social and cooperative entrepreneurship among young people

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This booklet constitutes a useful tool, for youth workers, trainers and aspiring entrepreneur to conduct from the idea to a social cooperative business. It includes 3 learning modules that has been adapted to the specific needs and results of a local focus groups analysis. Each partner handled local focus groups in order to optimize and improve the tool.

The analysis allowed to have a clear map of the learning context and of the target contexts of the proposal (in terms of best practices, methodologies, risks etc.); and to have a common and shared starting point for the elaboration of the teaching methods and Modules.

Target groups for the focus group interviews were youth organizations, youth workers, young people and experts in academic lecturing on entrepreneurship, aspiring young entrepreneurs.

 

Source (more information about the project / material): http://www.youthcoops.eu

Development of a Supportive Framework for Young Roma People

Development of a Supportive Framework for Young Roma People

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Development of a Supportive Framework for Young Roma People

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The purpose of this toolkit is to assist young Roma entrepreneurs, or anyone interested in entrepreneurship in general by providing tools, guidelines, to assist and reinforce them with knowledge, skills and competences required to enter dynamically the entrepreneurship world.

The main idea is to begin with BEST PRACTICES from social enterprises and initiatives from all countries of project’s partnership to inform and inspire on existing practices, understand the logic behind each initiative, what forced these entrepreneurs to initiate their ideas and what problems they were aiming to resolve.

Source (more information about the project / material): https://redi-ngo.eu/project-y-support/

 

Toolkit for Competitors

Toolkit for Competitors

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Toolkit for Competitors

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The NFTE World Series of Innovation (WSI) is a global innovation challenge that invites young entrepreneurs to think big and come up with ideas for addressing some of the most critical issues facing humanity today: the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Any young person aged 13 to 24 is eligible to compete (at least 13 but no older than 24 as of December 31, 2020). The competition is online and free to enter.

Source (more information about the project / material): https://innovation.nfte.com

 

Reaching younger workers

Reaching younger workers

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The aim of this toolkit is to communicate the need for unions to actively engage with young workers and to give them the platform to speak for themselves. We know that for unions to still be relevant in the future, they need to be relevant to young workers now.

Young workers are more than tomorrow’s members, they are part of today’s fight, and if we as a movement want to build and grow, we need to be engaging with them with a compelling offer in a language they can relate to. This toolkit is aimed to help you do just that.

Source (more information about the project / material): https://www.tuc.org.uk

 

The entrepreneur’s toolkit (75 tools to simplify and amplify your business)

The entrepreneur’s toolkit (75 tools to simplify and amplify your business)

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Entrepreneurs are constantly on the lookout for tips, tricks and tools to get the most out of their time, along with an edge and leg up on the competition. At any moment in a given day, there are people, projects and priorities vying for your undivided attention. And, not only are you supremely busy in your routine day-to-day work, future plans and weighty decisions are always looming in the background as well.

Knowing that most entrepreneurs don’t have time to add this kind of research to their overflowing plates, we did it for you! While you’ll have to decide which ones are best for you, we’ve compiled a list of slick, smart and relatively inexpensive tools and services that will help to ease up the process of running your business.

NOTE: THIS EBOOK SHOULD BE USED AS A HELPFUL GUIDE, BUT SHOULD NOT BE CONSIDERED AS A REPLACEMENT TO APPROPRIATE LEGAL AND ACCOUNTING ADVICE. COMMUNITY FUTURES ACCEPTS NO LIABILITY FOR ERRORS OR OMISSIONS CONTAINED WITHIN THIS PUBLICATION.

Source (more information about the project / material): https://cfsask.ca

 

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Toolkit

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Toolkit

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This book is designed for upper year undergraduate students and graduate students studying fundamental entrepreneurship concepts.

This textbook is for students and aspiring entrepreneurs who desire to understand the theories behind the art of entrepreneurship and who are searching for the tools that will elevate them to entrepreneurs. Pertinent questions are posed by the author that will assist budding entrepreneurs. The ten chapters offer the fundamentals covered in an entrepreneurship textbook/course.

The textbook is focused on theories of entrepreneurship which give definition to the subject. The “toolbox” comes in the form of relevant questions aspiring entrepreneurs would need to contemplate before creating a product or service.

Source (more information about the project / material): https://open.umn.edu

 

REED Toolkit. A Handbook for Energy entrepreneurs

REED Toolkit. A Handbook for Energy entrepreneurs

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This Toolkit is a step-by-step guide to turning your clean energy business idea into a reality. The topics covered range from defining your personal and business objectives to preparing financial analyses and determining your distribution strategy. In addition to explaining what information is needed in an effective Business Plan, the Toolkit will help you to gather that information, and then to present it in an informative and convincing manner. By the end, you will have a Business Plan you can use to attract financing and to guide the growth of your company.

The Toolkit covers the topics that must be addressed in a Business Plan for any clean energy business; it therefore takes a general approach to developing plans. Each step in the process is designed to make the final product — the Business Plan—as good as it can be, whether you are interested in selling electricity generated from hydropower to national utility or manufacturing energy-efficient cook stoves.

Source (more information about the project / material): www.empowerwomen.org

 

Social entrepreneurship awards toolkit

Social entrepreneurship awards toolkit

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Material developed by Red Ochre. Red Ochre is a social enterprise.

Red Ochre mission is to improve the performance of individuals, organisations and businesses that deliver social change.

Source (more information about the project): https://redochre.org.uk

 

Toolkit for women entrepreneurs

Toolkit for women entrepreneurs

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This material is an initiative of COMMISSION DE DÉVELOPPEMENT ÉCONOMIQUE DES PREMIÈRES NATIONS DU QUÉBEC ET DU LABRADOR.

The purpose of this document is to provide a knowledge base to facilitate coaching and accompaniment for women in their business projects and the expression of their economic leadership.

The first part of the guide will help to provide a better understanding of the current situation and provide you with inspiring examples of several successful women entrepreneurs. The second part of the guide will provide you with more detailed information about the various services offered by our organization, which are available at no cost to members of the First Nations. The third part of the guide will help become familiar with our guide to writing business plans for the development of your projects and for greater access to accompaniment services. The final part of the guide will provide you with an overview of available resources, especially funding resources.

Source (more information about the project): https://ccednet-rcdec.ca

 

Social enterprise toolkit

Social enterprise toolkit

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This Toolkit has been prepared with a recognition that it can be difficult for both individuals and communities to set up social enterprises. It could not have been completed without the support of Community Finance Ireland, Dublin South City Partnership and the Dublin City Council. The strong work of the Irish Social Enterprise Network and the volunteer board of directors are a continued support and none of this would have been possible without their dedication and hard work. The person involved in the production and preparation of this report was Chris MM Gordon from the Irish Social Enterprise Network.

Source (more information about the project): https://socialenterprisetoolkit.ie

 

Social Enterprise Planning Toolkit

Social Enterprise Planning Toolkit

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This Social Enterprise Planning Toolkit is a practical ‘how to’ manual for those wishing to form a new social enterprise or expand an existing social enterprise.

The Toolkit has developed from a series of practical training courses in social enterprise planning designed and delivered by the author on behalf of the British Council in five countries in the Balkans and Caucuses during 2010/11.

The Toolkit has been designed to be used as supporting material for training in social enterprise planning; as a self-help guide to individuals and groups establishing their own social enterprise; or for those wishing to plan for expansion of their social enterprise.

Source (more information about the project): http://www.britishcouncil.org

 

DOING GOOD, STAYING WELL – A Wellbeing Toolkit for Social Entrepreneurs

DOING GOOD, STAYING WELL - A Wellbeing Toolkit for Social Entrepreneurs

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This toolkit was developed with and for potential and current social entrepreneurs as part of “Building inclusive and sustainable civil society: A social  entrepreneurship toolkit created by and for young  people” funded by Changing the Story.

At the core of the toolkit are the needs, experiences, lessons learnt, and practices shared, curated and developed by social entrepreneurs who have engaged in the social entrepreneurship journey. These insights were supplemented by additional empirical evidence and academic frameworks to make the toolkit more robust and account for diversity of experiences and needs.

Source (more information about the project): https://www.monash.edu

 

Kingston social enterprise and innovation toolkit: a primer for social entrepreneurs

Kingston social enterprise and innovation toolkit: a primer for social entrepreneurs

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Kingston social enterprise and innovation toolkit: a primer for social entrepreneurs

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This template for a Social Enterprise and Innovation Toolkit was developed collaboratively between the Social Planning Council of Kingston and District and the School of Urban and Regional Planning, Queen’s University.  The project team consisted of six urban planning students, who were coached by Dr. Leela Viswanathan and Dr. Patricia Collins from the School of Urban and Regional Planning, as well as Mr. David Jackson with the Social Planning Council. 

The project team researched and identified potential tools that could prove beneficial for a group or individual hoping to establish a social enterprise or adopt socially innovative practices in their already existing business.

Source (more information about the project): https://www.queensu.ca

 

MedUP social entrepreneur support toolkit

MedUP social entrepreneur support toolkit

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This toolkit has been designed to assist organisations and individuals who work to help social entrepreneurs, from pre-start through to scaling social ventures. The toolkit can be used by anyone, though it is primarily aimed at those who are new to working with social entrepreneurs. This toolkit complements training provided by Impact Hub through the MedUP! Programme, however it can also be used on its own as a stand-alone resource. It is a collection of advice, resources and information grouped under subject headings and placed in a relevant order. It contains key topics, resources and ideas that will support you along your journey as a supporter of social entrepreneurs. It also has questions and exercises for you to complete as you think about your own ecosystem and to prompt you to evaluate how you might adopt and adapt these learning to your own context.

This toolkit cannot be exhaustive. In section F there is a list of resources that can give you more detailed guidance on key topics.

Source (more information about the project): https://www.socialenterprisebsr.net

 

Social Value Toolkit

Social Value Toolkit

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The Social Value Toolkit (SVT) seeks to be a common language for social value measurement among social enterprises (SE)s. It is a guide to help social enterprises determine and measure their social value to monitor and assess their social outcomes. The SVT can be used to generate a social value report for social enterprises to articulate their social value to relevant stakeholders such as the public and funders.

Source (more information about the project): http://www.raise.sg/

 

Social & cultural entrepreneurship | tool kit

Social & cultural entrepreneurship | tool kit

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This toolkit was created in the framework of the KA2 project “ENTREPRENEURSHIP FOR CULTYOURE” (EU4YOU) – Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices – Capacity Building in the field of Youth. The project was coordinated by Youth Express Network and supported by Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.

The concept of this toolkit was developed within the context of the EU4YOU project. After going through several stages of discussions and exchange of ideas in different partner countries, the participants agreed on the overall purpose and content of the toolkit. The final version was written and shaped by Nikolaos Karanasios and Victoria Maldonado.

Source (more information about the project): www.youthexpressnetwork.org

 

Circular economy for youth – training programmes and activities on circular economy for young people

Circular economy for youth - training programmes and activities on circular economy for young people

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This toolkit was developed in the frame of the CEYOU project, supported by the Erasmus programme of the European Union. Its aim is to support young people and youth organisations in developing and implementing training programmes, activities and events in the field of Circular Economy.

In this document, you will find: basic theoretical knowledge on the concept of Circular Economy, recommendations on accessible eco-friendly habits to start your own circular journey and lead by example, resources and contacts to share with participants when organising and event on Circular Economy, advice on non-formal education and how to facilitate an inclusive event, templates for training programmes, and ideas of non-formal activities on Circular Economy.

Source (more information about the project): www.youthexpressnetwork.org

 

ONE STEP AHEAD TOOLKIT For Social Entrepreneurship Educators and Youth Workers

ONE STEP AHEAD TOOLKIT For Social Entrepreneurship Educators and Youth Workers

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This toolkit was developed in the frame of the CEYOU project, supported by the Erasmus programme of the European Union. Its aim is to support young people and youth organisations in developing and implementing training programmes, activities and events in the field of Circular Economy.

In this document, you will find: basic theoretical knowledge on the concept of Circular Economy, recommendations on accessible eco-friendly habits to start your own circular journey and lead by example, resources and contacts to share with participants when organising and event on Circular Economy, advice on non-formal education and how to facilitate an inclusive event, templates for training programmes, and ideas of non-formal activities on Circular Economy.

Source (more information about the project): www.youthexpressnetwork.org

 

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Toolkit for cultural patrimony

Toolkit for cultural patrimony

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Toolkit for cultural patrimony

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Toolkit for Cultural Heritage – Handbook with innovave methods for educational support and professional development of young people in matters of Cultural Heritage. The handbook includes methods based on non-formal education and integrates non-formal learning concepts with theoretical practices.