Our policy work
By bringing together extensive policy and practical experience, we work with public and community partners to embed entrepreneurial skills into any type of learning.
We build collaborations and initiatives involving policy makers, educators, and the community to embed high quality entrepreneurial and creative learning practice and policy into formal and non-formal learning. With our very good EU and national networks in Europe and beyond, we are and have recently worked with the European Commission, OECD, European Training Foundation, national and regional governments and EU/national networks linked to education and economic development.
Our Bantani staff currently work on:
|Forthcoming technical report for the European Commission: EntreComp at Work; The European Entrepreneurship competence framework in action in the labour market: a selection of case studies
EntreComp at Work focuses on how EntreComp is being used for the provision of services supporting individuals to progress towards and participate in labour market activities or entrepreneurial ventures. Presenting 10 case studies, this publication provides insights into actual uses of the EntreComp to address the entrepreneurial skills challenge with the ultimate goal to support Labour Market Intermediary organisations (LMI) working across the employability path.
|Authored UNESCO-UNEVOC Discussion paper: Entrepreneurial learning in TVET (2019) (PDF)
This discussion paper aims to inspire the introduction of entrepreneurial learning in TVET towards a fully mainstreamed approach, whereby entrepreneurial learning is integrated into the role, function and delivery of TVET systems for the benefit of all learners.
|Co-authored EntreComp into Action
We supported the design and implementation of the Entrepreneurship Competence Framework (2016) and co-authored the EntreComp into Action (2018) user guide to the framework.
|Eurydice Study on Citizenship Education at School in Europe 2017
Providing expert input for the chapter on curricular and extra-curricular approaches to citizenship education.
|Entrepreneurship Education at School in Europe
A European Commission study of strategy and implementation across 38 countries (2016).