Practice into Policy: Entrepreneurial Learning! #PiPEnt

A spotlight on entrepreneurial learning projects supported by EU funding

From active citizenship to life skills, from social innovation to start-up…  #PiPEnt is about showcasing the diversity of entrepreneurial learning from projects from across Europe – finding out what EU projects have achieved and what they learned in the process.

Through this initiative, we want to show the value and learning from these projects, disseminate the good work happening across Europe and make sure further projects can learn from what has gone before.

#PiPEnt happened in three phases

Join: 2017 Call for Innovative Projects  (March-April 2017) resulted in projects summaries from 32 EU funded projects shared from organisations across Europe.

Meet: Practice into Policy Live! Entrepreneurial Learning event
On 11 May 2017, we brought together practitioners and policy makers to hear more about some of the practices shared through the call for innovative projects.

PiPEnt 2017 Agenda
PiPEnt 2017 Participant List
PiPEnt – EARLALL Case Study – Trento Innovation Hub

We have also captured the day on Storify, read about it here.

Learn: Practice into Policy Online: Entrepreneurial Learning database 
Dip in and out of our project database and filter according to your needs.

 

Partners:
Bantani Education asbl – Bantani Education is a non-profit based in Belgium, working collaboratively to drive entrepreneurial and creative learning.
EARLALL – The European Association of Regional and Local Authorities for Lifelong Learning is an international non-profit association registered in Belgium and involved in designing and implementing strategies on Lifelong Learning.
Lifelong Learning Platform – The Lifelong Learning Platform is an umbrella for 40 European organisations active in the field of education, training and youth. Their members reach out to several million beneficiaries.
Vleva – Vleva is the Liaison agency between Flanders and Europe. It opens up European policy to Flemish governments and civil society to share and promote best practices.
University of Wales Trinity Saint David – UWTSD is widely recognised as one of the world’s foremost institutions in creativity-based entrepreneurship education through its International Institute for Creative Entrepreneurial Development.