Talking Youth Work

Women’s entrepreneurship in Youth Work with Angelica Perra and Barbara Földi, season 2 episode 8

July 3, 2020

Hello dear listeners,

In this episode, we talked with two very interesting women entrepreneurs: Angelica Perra and Barbara Földi, who are part of the Pool of Trainers of the Youth@Work Partnership that has placed women's entrepreneurship and economic empowerment among their 9 priorities - https://youthatworkpartnership.org/priorities/.

Angelica is one of the co-founders of TDM, an Italian NGO with a simple and ambitious idea: to help young people from all over Europe to meet and collaborate on the common ground of intercultural dialogue and active citizenship. Barbara Földi is the the owner of ReCreativity, a social enterprise, based in Budapest Hungary, that provides programmes to promote creative solutions for sustainable lifestyles.

We talked about what it means to be a woman entrepreneur caring out initiatives in the field of youth work. They shared the challenges they faced and the advice they have for other youth workers who want to either start their own projects or help young people in that process.

They gave us excellent, honest advice based on their experiences and we hope you enjoy it as much as we did.

 

Angelica Perra links:

https://www.tdm2000.org/

https://it-it.facebook.com/associazionetdm2000/

https://tdm2000international.org

 https://www.facebook.com/TDMInternational/

 

Barbara Földi links:

http://recreativity.net/en/home/

https://www.instagram.com/tinyecoambassadors/ 

https://www.facebook.com/recreativityforyou/?ref=bookmarks 

  

Below are the Youth@Work contacts. You can be part of this initiative.

Facebook: @YouthatWorkPartnership
Instagram: @youthatworkeu
Twitter: @euyouthatwork
Youtube: YouthatWork Partnership

 

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