AYCH tools meeting to be held in Liverpool
The event will be carried out following innovative and dynamic methodologies to improve the tools available to promote training and youth entrepreneurship
In order to improve the tools available to promote training and youth entrepreneurship, establish common transnational activities and date the events for the next 6 months, the partnership of the Atlantic Youth Creative Hubs AYCH Project of the Interreg Atlantic Area Programme will meet in Liverpool, UK, on 23rd and 24th January 2019.
Pacifistream, member of the AYCH Project based in Liverpool, will host a two-day meeting that will bring together nearly thirty representatives from the partners, from four countries. The event will be carried out following innovative and dynamic methodologies, allowing attendees to share and learn new tools that will allow them to boost the entrepreneurship of European youth.
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AYCH website: http://www.aych.eu/
Published on: 2019-01-22
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