Facilitating and paving the way for sustainable social inclusion among socially marginalized groups through improving their entrepreneurial mindset and competences.
Aims and Objectives
To highlight the importance of building bridges to external environments, and how helpful communities, associations etc. are for gathering a better position and voice in local societies.
To assess the beneficiaries’ entrepreneurial competences by different methods (i.e. portfolio work) and give them feedback. This will be done in workshops and trainings.
To improve the entrepreneurial competences and change the entrepreneurial mindset by a process of dialogue with the role models and the reflection on this experience.
The project will result in 3 intellectual outputs:
A review on recent research of good practice
in working on the entrepreneurial mindset and competences and of working with role models.
Portraits of role models for entrepreneurial thinking
highlighting why people have had success and have been able to increase their social capital.
A toolkit for teachers, trainers, stakeholders and multipliers
from adult learning institutions and other educational / social sectors.
News and Events
BSB: now on YouTube!
The videos of the role models are now available con BSB YouTube channel: discover the stories of our successful migrants who are examples of integration and resilience in partner countries. Be inspired by interesting stories of migration and inclusion....
The Building Social Bridges project on social capital and entrepreneurial mindset comes alive
The second meeting of the "Building Social Bridges by Entrepreneurial Thinking" project was held in Vejle in Denmark from 10 to 11 March 2020 during which the first results of the project were discussed by the consortium partners in a “coronavirus” atmosphere since...
Social capital: a new CSC project to integrate migrants and young people who have dropped school
In recent years we have moved from the "Information Economy" to the "Connection Economy". Our societies are now founded on the principle that "what you know" is not important, but "who you know". The "Building social bridges by Entrepreneurial Thinking" project was...