After two intense years of activities, the CASYE project comes to an end...
A few words from our project coordinator
This month our two-year project on Cultural and Social Youth Entrepreneurship comes to its conclusion. The CASYE project set out to develop innovative tools to support marginalised young people become entrepreneurs in the social and cultural sectors. This project has taken place in the UK, Belgium, Spain and Italy, and together the partnership have worked together to build capacity of youth workers and other professionals by giving them new approaches to support and strengthen their mentoring practices, improve their skills, and increase the quality of their interventions.
As well as providing mentoring resources for young people and professionals, the CASYE programme has supported the development of a sustainable ecosystem in supporting youth entrepreneurs in the creative European cultural and social sectors through highlighting best practices, connecting like-minded organisations and creating an online ecosystem showing best practices across Europe on our website.
The whole CASYE teams thanks you and hopes to see you soon!
About the CASYE project
CASYE (Cultural and Social Youth Entrepreneurship) project aims at supporting youth entrepreneurship in the creative sector through the development and piloting a social economy model, with an emphasis on empowering young people with fewer opportunities (social obstacles, geographical obstacles and/or economic obstacles).