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:
|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.
|Supporting the Montenegro National Partnership for Entrepreneurial Learning
Working with a committed group of government and stakeholder representatives to promote awareness, commitment and action on entrepreneurial learning at all levels of education and training.
|Supporting UNESCO-UNEVOC on mainstreaming entrepreneurial learning in TVET education
Conducting a review of the existing literature and available evidence on mainstreaming entrepreneurial skills in TVET policies and programmes, leading to collaboration on a global consultation gathering representatives and experts from 10 selected countries across different regions.
|Working with national advisors in Ukraine for the development of a new competence-based curriculum
Advising and training on entrepreneurship education and the EntreComp framework, working with the national advisors for the development of a new competence-based curriculum – the Ukrainian New School.
|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.
We recently worked on:
|Entrepreneurship Education at School in Europe
A European Commission study of strategy and implementation across 38 countries (2016).