On Tuesday 30 January, our CRADLE project was part of a discussion on women’s entrepreneurship at an event at the European Parliament. Rebecca Weicht of our project partner Bantani Education was a panellist at the event ‘A Transatlantic Perspective on Women in Entrepreneurship‘ organised by the European Young Innovators Forum and the U.S. Mission to the EU. The event was attended by 150 people and hosted at the European Parliament with the support of MEP Angelika Mlinar.
Rebecca talked about CRADLE as an example of the work that is being done to bring long-term change in education to schools and teach entrepreneurial skills as life skills to learners of all ages:
It’s about creating long term change in education and in schools – e.g. building entrepreneurial skills through language learning in primary school curriculum thru @EUErasmusPlus CRADLE project – says @rebweicht at @EUparliament pic.twitter.com/rTt1AYtcGr
— Elin McCallum (@elinmccallum) January 30, 2018