Are self-employment or entrepreneurship real alternatives for disadvantaged people?


Petra Reszkető – senior researcher at the Budapest Institute – participates in an international expert workshop organized within the LEED programme of OECD on 28th May, 2014. The workshop aims at collecting the lessons learnt from a selected pool of European programmes that help disadvantaged people (the elderly, women, ethnic minorities, immigrants, etc.) to become entrepreneurs.

Budapest Institute contributes to the workshop by introducing the Hungarian Kiút programme and the lessons learnt from its evaluation. The main objective of the workshop is to identify the primary messages that should be communicated in the related OECD publication.