Online Partners Catch-Up | February 2nd, 2021

? In the first week of February the consortium of ?Think Social – Promoting Social Entrepreneurial Mindsets met online to follow-up on the kick-off meeting and discuss new questions appearing in the partnership.

? The agenda consisted of the following points:

1️⃣ IO1-A1 Mapping of social entrepreneurship practices;

2️⃣ IO1-A2 Developing the Tool Bank;

3️⃣ IO1-A3 Competence Framework;

4️⃣ IO1-A4 Educational Pack;

5️⃣ Dissemination;

6️⃣ Management.

? Marina Bykova from CGE Culture Goes Europe – Soziokulturelle Initiative Erfurt e.V. started the meeting with the presentation of the final logo and design pack, which described the idea behind the colourful merged spheres that represent from now Think Social project.

? Amaia San Cristobal from Dramblys opened the discussion on IO1, suggesting to prepare a clear image of social entrepreneurs the partners are going to work with (their needs and knowledge level).

? Desk research will be conducted to get more insight about the target group, which will be summarised in the form of infographics.

? Last but not least point was about the Think Social framework, which will include the guidelines and the draft version of the educational pack in all languages. This task is expected to be finished before October 2021.

?Think Social – Promoting Social Entrepreneurial Mindsets project aims to encourage and enable disadvantaged groups of adults or adults with fewer opportunities, such as migrants, refugees, asylum seekers, low-skilled or low-qualified with a main focus on women to foster the social entrepreneurship idea and spirit in their local and at the ?? EU level through the exchange of good practices and the adoption of innovative digital strategies.

Project consortium ?

?? CGE Culture Goes Europe – Soziokulturelle Initiative Erfurt e.V. (Germany)

?? IWM GmbH (Germany)

?? Emphasys Centre (Cyprus)

?? Dramblys (Spain)

?? Spectrum Research Centre (Ireland)

?? Asserted Knowledge – AKNOW (Greece)

?? IDEC S.A. (Greece)

The project is financed with the support of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.