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Fostering Intergenerational Entrepreneurship
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Applications to the Intergenerational Entrepreneurship Programme of the UAW - United At Work Project took place between 27th of April and 30th of May 2014

The United At Work Project began with a Public Debate phase, which promoted debate on youth and qualified senior unemployment and on the potential of entrepreneurship and intergenerational practices. After this phase, from December 2013 to April 2014, applications were opened for the Intergenerational Entrepreneurship Programme, aimed at unemployed youth under the age of 30 and unemployed qualified seniors between the ages of 50 and 64. Thus, the Programme proceeded with 100 selected youth and 100 selected seniors, in intergenerational teams, aiming to develop business projects. The Programme provided qualification and training to these entrepreneurs and supported the creation of joint enterprises.

As part of this experimental programme, the entrepreneurs developed their ideas and organized their teams according to points of view in common among them.

With support from the EU

This Programme is supported by the European Union Programme for Employment and Social Solidarity PROGRESS (2007 - 2013). This programme is implemented by the European Commission and created to financially support the execution of the European Union's goals in the field of employment, social issues and equality of opportunities, thus contributing to achieve the goals of Estratégia Europa 2020 in these areas. The seven years Programme targets anyone interested who can help shape the development of adequate and effective employment, as well as legislation and social policies, in all EU-28, EFTA / EEA countries and countries applying and pre-applying for the EU. The information contained in this publication does not necessarily reflect the position or opinion of the European Commission. For more information see: http://ec.europa.eu/progress