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After considerable efforts on primary integration issues such as learning the host country’s language, starting a new social life, finding employment, etc., a more demanding and higher risk step could lead to migrants running their own shops or businesses. Preparing pathways towards migrant entrepreneurship based on an individual’s self-confidence and self-esteem to be able “to make it” is a very demanding step for volunteers who foster migrant integration, but it can be one of the most rewarding experiences.

You can find useful information about importance of entrepreneurship, implications on entrepreneurial learning of adult migrants, learning to become an enterprising individual and learning to become an entrepreneur in this guide. 

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