This project aims to look into the degree of exposure to and information on the corporate social responsibility concept and practice of the students in the high schools from the partner countries and transfer best practices by involving students in the design and implementation of inclusive educational activities. bu using innovative and creative tools and tailored programs. The primary hypothesis states that teachers and students enrolled in the educational system possess a low level of information on Social Entrepreneurship and CSR concept and practice. The secondary hypothesis states that the source of their information on the topic is other that the formal educational system and that by showcasing work from the communities and involving them in real work focused on philanthropy and responsible leadership we can build strong and empowered citizens which will further grow in responsible future entrepreneurs.
Corporate social responsibility and Social Entrepreneurship is not an unknown concept in the school partner countries and its practice, even though not as extensive as in some of the world countries, has already reached a threshold of accomplishments and number of initiatives, which suggest its entrance in the arena of professional corporate behavior of the world of business..It thus becomes an expectation that the education institutions, training the youth-future employees and leaders of the business sector, will provide them with knowledge and skills related to corporate social responsibility concept and SE models and practice in order to further the existing initiatives /develop a promising concept into a mainstream corporate behavior at the country level. The innovative approach bridges different countries under same European values and joints efforts of international partners.