On 17 July, a team of EU4Youth Social Entrepreneurship in Armenia and Georgia (SEAG) project visited Telavi town in Kakheti region of Georiga to meet young enterpreneurs.
This meeting was followed by another meeting on 22 July with Azeri ethnic minority young women entrepreneurs and victims of vaiolence from Marneuli Municipality, Kvemo Kartli region.
During the meetings, young people had the opportunity to ask questions and get comprehensive answers about the project activities. The main aim of meetings was encouraging them to register online and attend upcoming one-day introductory training on social etnrepreneurship.
EU4Youth Social Entrepreneurship in Armenia and Georgia (SEAG) initiative fosters youth employment and societal change through the Social Entrepreneurship in border regions of Armenia and Georgia. Project supports development of the entrepreneurial potential of young people (ages 18-29) from Armenia and Georgia in the field of social entrepreneurship, notably with a view to contributing to social cohesion, employment, inclusion, and reduction of inequalities. The project is funded by the European Union under its EU4Youth Programme