Second day of work in Skopje (North Macedonia) for this first TPM with our partners from the M.O.T.H.E.R Project

Second day of work in Skopje (North Macedonia) for this first TPM with our partners of the M.O.T.H.E.R. project, designed to increase the employability of young people in Europe, to promote entrepreneurship education and social entrepreneurship activities among young people and to stimulate their potential through the use of innovative practices.

On this final day many relevant topics were discussed including: the training modules and their development on the social business platform M.O.T.H.E.R.; the combination of local, virtual and international activities needed to enhance the project for European Youth.

Together the partners renewed their commitment and especially important decisions regarding the next steps of the project implementation 2021-2022.

In this regard there is also a great news: the dates of the next mobility (LTT1) in the municipality of Lousada in Portugal has finally been agreed: 9-15 January 2021.
We will keep everyone updated on this last aspect. See you soon!!!

Written by Francesco Tirinato

 

Some moments of the final day of this first Transnational Project Meeting:

Written by JUMP Team

21 October 2021

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