Come to Project Pocket and enjoy some handiwork workshops, sales and food sharing!
This even will collect and show all the fascinating competences that women from other countries have, so don’t miss it!!
It will take place the 17th and 18th of June.
Where? In Project Pocket: Västra Sandgatan 6, 252 25 Helsingborg
It is 2 day camp for the participants, at Project Pocket with sleeping over opportunities in Ekeby. That means we hang out, talk, walk around, cook together, maybe dance in the evenings.
The schedule was refined according to the propositions of the participants:
First day (17th):
-11:00 – Ukrainian brunch!
– Let’s get to know each other with travelling around the area and discussing/planning a creative intervention on the next day!
Second day (18th)
– 11:00-12.00 – Community brunch
– 12.00-15.30 – Workshops (parallel or 1 and 1, 13-14.30 and 14.30-15.30).
– 16.00-17.00 – Light international dinner and then a Walk&Talk in the city.
Participants in the festival +1 friend get free entry, all others pay.
Participating means the person can present a skill in a workshop, and produced items in the exhibition, to show and to sell.
If you want to participate and/or have any questions, there will be an information meeting this Friday (9th) at 15:00, in Project Pocket (https://goo.gl/maps/uDNWRToZG5yWWetX7)
Contact email@example.com to participate!
Participation registration open until June 8th
Europe needs more young social entrepreneurs right now who can discard traditional practices to tackle enormous social problems. In this Erasmus+ project exchange, we want to increase the competences of young people from Sweden, Romania and Turkey on social entrepreneurship in a local and intercultural environment, and gain knowledge and motivation to become the engines of social change by initiating social entrepreneurship projects.
The exchange will take place between the 8th and 17th of July in Hästveda, and will bring 36 participants from the 3 countries. As a participant, you will rediscover the meaning of entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship, green entrepreneurship and other related entrepreneurship terminology and tools. You will come together with young people from other countries and seek solutions and create new entrepreneurship ideas and projects together.
More information here: https://www.proqvi.se/…/pagaende…/business-as-unusual/
Link to sign-up (please read all the information before): https://forms.gle/uWyuPB3D7qQWcdySA
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