Practice into Policy: Entrepreneurial Learning (PiP) is about putting the spotlight on entrepreneurial learning projects supported with EU funds.

We want to collect as many project summaries as possible to help disseminate them and to gather the learning that has come out of each project. We want to show the value and impact of EU funding in this area, and make sure further projects can learn from what has gone before…

Why submit?
By submitting your project summary, you will be showcasing and disseminating your project to a European audience of policy makers and practitioners. We aim to raise the profile of your work and, if useful, link you into other networks and activities. You can meet and learn about other work happening in this field, helping you to develop your next project.

How will your submissions be used?
Your information will be used for two activities:
1. Event: Practice into Policy Live: Entrepreneurial Learning 11 May 2017 12.30-17.30
An event of around 100 people will hear about the results of this call, and we hope to present case studies as part of this. Register here
2. Online Library: Practice into Policy Online: Entrepreneurial Learning
We will collate all the case studies into an online resource – and promote this to practitioners, policy-makers and anyone interested in developing new projects. Submissions will be reviewed by a network of volunteer experts and practitioners.

Thinking about coming to Brussels?
The PiP event is timed to coincide with the upcoming European Commission launch for the European Competence Frameworks on 12 May – an opportunity to be in Brussels and engage at both events!