The policy brief assesses the potential of entrepreneurs as a means of social integration of low-skilled vulnerable groups. It addresses the challenges faced by potential entrepreneurs from these groups in the creation of businesses and explore opportunities from their unique situation. The document also examines the various policy approaches adopted by project partners in Denmark, Norway, Germany, Italy and Ireland to promote the establishment of businesses among vulnerable groups and highlights the key factors contributing to their success. As the final section of a series of national policy briefs, this publication is part of the comprehensive study done by the SIATE consortium on social inclusion in adults through entrepreneurship. This document provides a brief overview of the comparison analysis of national policy briefs from Denmark, Ireland, Italy, Germany and Norway on social inclusion of vulnerable adults through entrepreneurship. In addition, it focuses on the main conclusions and recommendations of the national conferences held between 2021 and 2023.
European Recommendations: SOCIAL INCLUSION OF ADULTS THROUGH ENTREPRENEURSHIP