Highlights

On May 31, 2016, a sectoral discussion was held in Homel, where participants deliberated on requirements for business education of Belarusian specialists in the fields of trade, entrepreneurship and banking, and assessed the professional competencies which today's university graduates need not only to be competitive in the labour market and find a prestigious job but also to create their own jobs or enterprises to provide new Belarusian goods or services.


The ODB Brussels and the Support Programme of Belarus of the Federal Government of Germany are inviting representatives of German civil society organisations (CSOs) working in the field of sustainable development and willing to find new partners for implementation of joint projects in Belarus to take part in the Contact-Making and Partnership Building Activity. The event will take place in Minsk and Grodno cities of Belarus on 26-27 July 2016.


ODB Brussels is looking for an expert/advisor in the Lean Startup methodology, Pitching Skills for Entrepreneurs, Migrant Entrepreneurship and extensive knowledge on the process and (training) programmes required to incubate and accelerate startup enterprises. 


New business education trends, approaches and methods that facilitate acquisition of necessary knowledge". The event will focus on issues of youth employment in Belarus, requirements set by employers to their future employees, cooperation between institutions of higher education and employers (companies, organizations, enterprises, etc.), identifying areas of improvement for business education in Belarus.


Uladzimir Pryshchepau, Head of the Section of Road Network and Transportation of "Minskhrada", presented the capital city transport development concept to participants of the seminar "New Tools for Integrated Urban and Transport Planning", explaining why preference should be given to rail transport. These are the provisions of the new 2030 Minsk general development plan.


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