Multiplier Event – Germany

photo 1

On 10. Oktober 2018 in Berlin Urbanstraße, took place the public event “GEFLOHEN, ANGEKOMMEN UND DANN?”. We could report to a wide audience the main results of the “Be The Change” project, describe our courses and online training materials, answer the questions of the participants, exchange ideas on mentoring and non-formal education in entrepreneurial competences with NEETs and make a good networking.

The event lasted one day with conferences in the morning and workshops in the afternoon.

The team of AWO Begegnungszentrum with Ben Eberle and the AWO Kreisverband Spree-Wuhle organised the multiplier event. Dr. Elisabetta Abbondanza held the lecture “Be The Change-Förderung von Unternehmensgeist durch Mentoren“ and has been giving some inputs in the workshop of the afternoon withe the title “Mentoring mit Geflüchteten – Erfahrung mit Mentoren Ansätzen bei der Einbindung von Geflüchteten in den Arbeitsmarkt“ The BBWA Berlin and Interkreuzhain cooperated and invited other organisations to report about their activities on mentoring, in the special case of refugees, who are searching for an educational programm, work, and for a recognition of their previous studies and certificates. Guests as been the Landesprogramm„Mentoring“ (FCZB), Frau Dr. Yasemin Haack – Arbeitsagentur Süd, Frau Kerstin Schukalla – bridge – Berliner Netzwerk für Bleiberecht, Ulrike Ehrlichmann – Bezirksamt Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg. A special thank to the referents Brigitta Wradinek, Alaa Kassab and IQ Netzwerk Berlin.


Nachbarschaftshaus Urbanstraße e.V.
Urbanstr. 21, 10961 Berlin
Termin: 09:00 – 16:00 Uhr, 10. Oktober 2018


U Bahn – U 7 bis Südstern
Bus: Bus 140 (Urbanstr./Baerwaldstr.)


Ankommen und Anmeldung
Begrüßung und Organisatorisches durch die Moderatorin Frau Wiebke Rockhoff
Grußwort des Beauftragten des Berliner Senats für Integration und Migration Herr Germershausen – angefragt
Grußwort der Bezirksbürgermeisterin Frau Herrmann
Vorstellung des Erasmus + Projektes “Be The Change” Förderung von Unternehmensgeist durch Mentoren. Referentin: Dr. Elisabetta Abbondanza (Projektleitung)
Das “Refugee Teachers Program” Eine Absolventin berichtet Referentin: Frau Alaa Kassab
“good practice Beispiel” das Projekt Bantabaa stellt sich vor Referentin: Frau Brigitta Varadinek
IQ – Netzwerk Berlin – Anerkennungsberatung zu ausländischen Berufsabschlüssen – angefragt
12:45 bis 13:30


  • WS I – Wie kann der Einstieg in den Arbeitsmarkt gelingen?
  • WS II – Wie kann die Teilhabe am Arbeitsleben für geflüchtete Menschen mit Behinderung gelingen?
  • WS III – Mentoring mit Geflüchteten – Erfahrung mit Mentoren Ansätzen bei der Einbindung von Geflüchteten in den Arbeitsmarkt
  • WS IV – Wie sehen Geflüchtete ihren Weg in die Arbeitswelt und welche Erfahrungen machen sie dabei?
Vorstellung der Workshopergebnisse / Auswertung
Ende der Veranstaltung
photo 2
photo 3


Multiplier Event – Hungary

Closing Event

ME Hungary Flyer

Organized in cooperation by the Hungarian Women ‘s Career Development Association and the Women’s Entrepreneurial Club of Győr-Moson-Sopron County Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Date and Time: 16 October 2018, 16:30 pm. – 20:00 pm.

Venue: Baross Hall, Győr-Moson-Sopron County Chamber of Commerce and Industry
(Address: 9021 Győr, Szent István út 10 / A)

Full program

Multiplier Event – Italy

Apprendimento intergenerazionale e impresa

Il ruolo degli imprenditori maturi nel promuovere le competenze imprenditoriali dei giovani “NEET’:
L’esperienza del progetto europeo “Be The Change”.

Venerdì 5 ottobre 2018 – Ore 14:30


Facoltà di Economia “G. F.uà”
Università Politecnica delle Marche
Piazzale R. Martelli 8, Ancona

Partners Meeting: Malta

The partners of the BeTheChange consortium met in Malta on 9th and 10th May for the fourth Transnational Meeting. They reviewed the results of the pilot phase trainings and agreed on the procedure and tools for the assessment of the learning outcomes. They also decided that all training materials will be uploaded on the VLE/e-learning platform which will be a sort of “repository”. After the Multiplier Events to be organized by all partners by the end of October at latest, the Final Report of the project has to be complied. The partners also agreed on the content and tasks for each country.

Multiplier Events

Starting from May to September 2018 there will be a multiplier event for each of the partners cities.

The scope of the event is to present the final results of the project and raise awareness among the public and private stakeholders about the main constraints of the topic touched by the project.

During the event will be described the main project steps and achievements, thus to disseminate the results of the pilot test.

Partners Meeting: Žalec

The consortium partners met in Žalec, Slovenia, on 28 and 29 September 2017 to review the progress of the project and to decide about the conceptualization of the training materials, its structure and content. The training material will be based on the research data and the framework agreed on.

Partners will elaborate the training materials until the end of 2017, taking into consideration the different profiles as well as common features/needs of NEETs and older entrepreneurs in the participating countries (e.g. people with low self-esteem that need to be valued).

Third Newsletter

Partners Meeting: Budapest


The partners of the Be The Change consortium met in Budapest on 3rd and 4th April for the Second Transnational Meeting.  The agenda focused on the methodology for the analysis of data gathered during the Action 1-Framework Analysis and on the structure of the National Report and International report due for mid of June.

The partners talked at length also about the conceptual framework at the basis of the educational objectives and methodology of the trainings for older entrepreneurs and young people. The trainings plan, indeed, are expected by mid July.

Be The Change Partners meeting Budapest

Be The Change Partners meeting Budapest

What emerged as very important is the necessity of helping young people recognize their skills, talents and attitudes.
The non-formal/ informal education setting allows the use of teaching techniques useful for this purpose.

Second Newsletter