Policy workshop in Lithuania

The outcomes of the CENTRES policy workshop in Vilnius.   More »

State of Innovation report No.1

This Paper is the first of three ‘State of Innovation’ Reports written by Tom Fleming Creative Consultancy for the British Council-led CENTRES (Creative Entrepreneurship in Schools) project 2012-14 (www.centres-eu.org). This paper was written following the first CENTRES conference held in Kraków, Poland in September 2012. More »

State of Innovation report No.2

From the Margins to the Mainstream? Creative Entrepreneurship in Schools. More »


Interesting projects

CREAM EU Project, EDUCCKATE EU Project, @Diversity Project, CREATiViTY Project, ESTABLISH Project, KeyCoNet Project, TRANSIt Project and VOICES Project. More »

„Creative industries‘ business ideas“

About online business competition. More »

Guidance material/methodology and models of organising entrepreneurship challenge/ skills forums

This Event Manual is an outline of the guidelines for organising a Student Forum for the secondary school students. More »

Student Camp 2013

Students’ Camp –  The rules for the Students’ Camp competition with definitions and evaluation.   More »


Creative Entrepreneurship in Schools: Findings and Futures

The final conference of the CENTRES project, co-funded by the European Commission, took place in Brussels, on 15 May 2014 More »

Multi-sectoral dialog between Education, the Creative and Cultural Industries and Government is a must. Entrepreneurship as part of educational program in schools is required to meet the future needs of Europe.

CENTRES – Creative Entrepreneurship in Schools is a multi-country project co-funded by the European Commission, British Council and eight organisations across Europe.More »


Check out our partners

CENTRES project is delivered in Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Lithuania, Finland, Poland, Slovenia and the UK. More »

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