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My tutor in "KISS Entrepreneur" training

On 7-13 July, 2013 My tutor was participating as a facilitators in "KISS Entrepreneur" training organised by NGO Profat (Lithuania). My tutor gave a presentation and held a workshop on Social entrepreneurship to 30 youth workers from 6 different countries.


Together with participants of the training My tutor discovered what is Social entrepreneurship, how it differs from traditional entrepreneurship and how this method can help young people to start implementing their dreams and ideas.


Find it out, what Social Entrepreneurship is? (VIDEO)

Dear all,
we are glad to present you a PROMO video from our Social Entrepreneurship training course

"A creACTive Approach for a Better World", implemented in Moldova, on 15-22 October, 2012. 

Social Entrepreneurship - it is not only about reward, money or instant success. It is greater than this!
It is the power of idea and motivation! Sometimes only a week is enough to understand it!

P.S. So, what have YOU done last week? :)



Social Entrepreneurship - Ultimate Escape for Profit Seekers
Any entrepreneurship researches and pools show the same outcome – in order to sell your product or service you should be liked by the customers. If they like your company and your product – your business will be successful. Seems to be a hard task to gain both of this? Not at all! Social entrepreneurship is probably the ultimate tool to gain customer support for your company and your product.
In theory, Social Entrepreneurship is a use of entrepreneurial principles to organize, create and manage a venture to achieve a desired social change. While a business entrepreneur typically measures performance in profit and return, a Social Entrepreneur is also measuring positive returns to society. It is crucial to focus on the word also in the latter sentence, because Social Entrepreneurship is made to give profit. Profit and even more! Also, Social Entrepreneurs are commonly associated with the voluntary and not-for-profit sectors, but this doesn’t mean that it precludes from making profit, it does pay salaries for its employees, taxes to government and municipality, invests into equipment and machinery, etc.

Why should you be social while running your business?
Warm Welcome of General Mayor of Chisinau (Moldova)
Dorin Chirtoacă - General Mayor of Chisinau, Moldova - sends warm welcome to the participants of international training course on social entrepreneurship "A CreACTive Approach for a Better World"!!!

The Training Course “A CreACTive Approach for a Better World" aims to explore the concept of social entrepreneurship as an innovative way to solve social problems using entrepreneurial skills and youth voice.


Already tommorrow, 15 October, an international team of over 30 participants from Lithuania, Moldova, Armenia, Poland, Spain, Belarus, Georgia, Italy, Ukraine and Turkey will meet for 8 productive days in order to explore the ways of building a better world in a healthier environment and diminishing poverty. In spite of using traditional and outdated practices, participants will be employing creative youth initiatives and promoting social entrepreneurship.  

Stay tuned!:)

A CreACTive Approach For a Better World, APPLY NOW
NGO My Tutor has successfully applied for the grant from European Union Education and Culture Directorate General programme "Youth in Action" (Action 3.1) and got the subsidy to implement the project "A CreACTive Approach For a Better World“.
Summary of the project: The Training Course “A CreACTive Approach for a Better World” aims to explore the concept of social entrepreneurship as an innovative way to solve social problems using entrepreneurial skills and youth voice. The project will focus on the concept of the social entrepreneurship in general and will bring a specific scope on the entrepreneurship skills, leadership and management, needs, problem analysis as well as funding and financing - all being explored in the context of youth organizations and volunteering. In this way the training course will serve as a platform for young entrepreneurs learning how to build a better world in a healthier environment and diminish poverty in spite of using traditional and outdated practices, employing creative youth initiatives and promoting social entrepreneurship.
When: The training will be implemented in Chisinau, Republic of Moldova, on 15-22 October, 2012.
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International Youth Training Course on Human Rights Education
Human Rights are universal rights that belong to every human being without any exception. They are discussed in Lithuanian and foreign press and media; there are many human rights protection organisations which are currently active. And many research articles have been written on this subject. In addition, various declarations and charters on human rights have been signed by many countries. But what do we have in our minds when we think of the term “human rights”? How familiar and strange is this term for contemporary youth? How much do we know about our own and other peoples’ rights? What is the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, signed on the 10th December, 1948?
 With these questions and contemplations the representatives of youth organisations from seven countries gathered in a training course on human rights education “Empowering the Learning - Discovering the Rights”. The course was held on 18-25 July, 2010, in Cosnita, Republic of Moldova, organised by an NGO “My Tutor” (Lithuania) and “Youth Generation” (Moldova). In total, 30 participants attended, coming from Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, France, Poland and Lithuania, representing a broad variety of cultural backgrounds, each with a different perception of human rights. This project is a result of successful cooperation between non-governmental organisations from these counties.
Human Rights Education Project Logo
My Tutor is happy to present a new logo of an international running project "Empowering the Learning - Discovering the Rights". The logo shows youth (a man and a woman) together holding a symbol of education and knowledge – a mortarboard – out of which the world gets a message: Human Rights Education.
 The logo symbolises community, science and education (formal and non-formal) as well as human rights topic synthesis. The logo itself reflects global challenges in area of human rights, youthful energy and ambitions. It also stresses the importance of knowledge and education for the project and for such active youth initiative in area of human rights education. We tend to think that this logo will become a continual sign in our and other organisations projects related to human rights education.
Project logo:
Project "Empowering the Learning - Discovering the Rights“


NGO My Tutor has successfully applied for the grant from European Union Education and Culture Directorate General program "Youth in Action" and got the subsidy to implement the project "Empowering the Learning - Discovering the Rights“.
Summary of the project
The Training Course “Empowering the Learning – Discovering the Rightsaims to develop the capacity and to train 24 youth workers in the area of Human Rights Education, Learning through/about Human Rights and with a strong multiplying effect by developing the skills of a HR Educator.
The project will have a balance between informative and experimental sessions. There will also be an important focus on European realities, by meeting representatives of European institutions based in Moldova. In frame of the project, participants will have as well the opportunity to explore and to develop their training competences and put them into practice by creating sessions and projects within the Youth in Action Programme.
The main topics to be explored in the project are going to be: Human Rights Education, Facilitating and Training competences and Youth in Action Programme.  
The Training will be run in Chisinau, Republic of Moldova, in July, 2010, having on board 24 participants as a result of a cooperation between 4 programme countries (Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, France) and 4 EECA countries (Moldova, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia ).