We have developed this practical resource to guide your youth-serving entrepreneurship organization in the adaptation of your programmes, entrepreneurship training content and learning spaces so that you can encourage and enable the full participation and entrepreneurial development of young refugees and newcomers in your work.

The toolkit is designed to challenge you and your colleagues to reflect on the conscious or unconscious discrimination/exclusion of your youth-serving entrepreneurship programmes and reimagine aspects of their design (such as the marketing, recruitment and orientation, course curricula and/or the pedagogic strategies) to make them more inclusive.

To assist you with this, we present 22 of the most innovative and inclusive practices from a wide study we (The Better Futures partnership) have conducted on inclusive European entrepreneurship programmes. In our best practice selection, we have been mindful to select practices which can improve how you reach and teach entrepreneurship to young refugees and newcomers.