Rural and Regional Libraries as Local Family Entrepreneurship centres

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The Erasmus+ project Family Business Library is an adult education project funded by the European Commission. It promotes entrepreneurship education in non-urban and rural regions. The main idea of the project is to address people in rural regions through local and regional libraries.

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A particular focus of the activities is the promotion of family businesses and local entrepreneurship. A key aspect of the approach is to use regional and rural libraries as a platform to reach the local population. The six project partners come from Latvia, Germany, Croatia, Italy and Greece. The project started on the 1st of September 2020.
The objectives of the Family Business Library project:
— the development and implementation of innovative practices of teaching Entrepreneurship to people living in regional and rural areas,
— an increased sense of initiative and entrepreneurship among people living in regional and rural areas,
— the setting up of a system where libraries serve as a centres for rural entrepreneurship development.
Main results of the project:
— e-learning module on Entrepreneurship for use in libraries,
— mentoring methodology and e-learning course module for librarians,
— policy paper to better exploit the results of the project.

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