ABOUT THE PROJECT
Although many prominent women have contributed to all fields of business
and Entrepreneurship, very few, are known and popular to the young girls and women or even to their trainers, teachers or educators.
“FLYie” project is designed to bring out the significant role of women in Entrepreneurship By using an innovative approach like role-model game-based education and enhancing the accessing girls to successful role models.
During the research phase partners will seek for women who make their mark in all aspects of entrepreneurship world with its ups and its downs. Because we believe that everywhere there are inspiring women, with strength, courage and tenacity to build great initiatives and inspire new generations.
The OBJECTIVES of “FLYie” project are to:
- promote entrepreneurship education and social entrepreneurship
among young girls and women (age 16-24)
- bring out the significant role of women in Entrepreneurship and support them to identify their skills and competences, in order to succeed in developing their own sustainable (Social) Enterprises
- fight stereotypes against women entrepreneurs
- inspire young girls and women through role-model education to follow business-management careers and take the risk of founding their own enterprise.
- enhance acquisition of key skills and competences of young girls and women
- enhance youth educators, youth coaches, career advisors and relevant professionals’ skills in dealing with social inclusion
- Methodological guide for FLYie project
- Training guide on Role-model education for promoting gender equality in business and entrepreneurship
- Training guide on Game-based education and activities for fostering gender equality
- FLYie GAME: cooperative card game featuring role-model examples of women entrepreneurs
FLYIE PROJECT KICK OFF MEETING
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. Its content and material reflects only the views of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
Project number: 2019-2-CY02-KA205-001601