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  • Young innovators transform global food systems during World Food Day Foodathon

    18 October 2021

    What do edible cups, worm flour and plant sensors have in common? These are three innovative ideas young people from secondary schools in Africa and Europe have come up with during the World Food Day Foodathon.

  • FERD’s List Class of 2021 announced

    05 October 2021

    For the 5th year, a selection of inspirational entrepreneurs and leaders from the Junior Achievement network of alumni have been added to the FERD’s List. The FERD’s List is a joint initiative by JA Europe and FERD, that recognizes individuals who had an entrepreneurial experience while at school, and built on this opportunity to become extraordinary entrepreneurs and leaders in their communities.

  • Building Stronger Minds (BSM) Innovation Camp Wraps up with winners announcement

    05 October 2021

    Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement, Junior Achievement Europe and Junior Achievement Asia-Pacific were partnered up for the organisation of the first Online Innovation Camp on a topic related to the maritime industry. BSM is committed to making a positive impact on local and global communities  by supporting JA in Europe and Asia-Pacific regions through the provision of a unique learning opportunity to young students.

  • Foodathon will empower young innovators from Europe and Africa to transform our food systems

    04 October 2021

    A new collaboration between EIT Food and JA Europe is building young people’s entrepreneurial skills to transform the future of food. The Foodathon, which will coincide with UN World Food Day 2021, will bring together more than 100 students from secondary schools in Africa and Europe to come up with solutions to a range of important agri-food challenges, and generate new business ideas.

  • Empowering YOUth through Entrepreneurship!

    24 September 2021

    “NEETs in Entrepreneurship” project wraps up with final conference.

    Around 100 stakeholders joined a virtual conference to discover lessons learned and future outlook around solutions to engage young Europeans Not in Employment, Education or Training (NEETs).

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