First of all, we encourage young people to develop different life skills and competences in the field of creativity and entrepreneurship. We do this by involving them in training, cultural initiatives and volunteering in local and international contexts. We encourage young people to make a positive contribution to their own development and that of others, with an impact on their understanding of global citizenship. We do this by making personal stories.
With entrepreneurial skills you should think along the lines of critical thinking, learn to learn, solve problems and the ability to work together. These are skills that are essential to prepare people for today’s, varied and increasingly unpredictable career paths. All those skills and competences can be developed through storytelling.
In addition storytelling contributes to a strong development of a person’s individual identity and is therefore an important factor in social inclusion in sustainable professional development. By delivering and developing intercultural stories, young people build their professional capacity.
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