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    • CENTRES (Creative Entrepreneurship in Schools) project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. www.centres-eu.org With the support of the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Union The final conference of the CENTRES (Creative Entrepreneurship in Schools) project, co-funded by the European Commission Thon Hotel EU, Wetstraat (Rue de la Loi) 75, 1040 Brussels, Belgium Thursday 15 May 2014, from 12:30 to 18.15 followed by a reception 12:30 Networking Lunch and Conference Registration 13:45 Welcome and introduction Andy Williams, Director Poland, British Council 13:50 Creative Entrepreneurship in Schools: The Context Tom Fleming, Director, Tom Fleming Associates (UK) 14:10 Keynote Presentation: The Importance of Creative Entrepreneurship in the Lives of Young People Pauline Tambling, Joint CEO, Creative & Cultural Skills and Managing Director, National Skills Academy for Creative & Cultural Skills (UK) 14:30 CENTRES: pilot activity and impact Barbara Bregar-Mrzlikar, Director, CEED Slovenia With Matej Feguš, CEO, DONAR (Slovenia); Per Lange, Acting Deputy Headteacher, Vejlebroskolen (Denmark); Anne Hanni and Keidi Mae (Estonia) 15:20 Launch of the CENTRES policy recommendations Andy Williams, Director Poland, British Council, and Outi Hägg, Senior Adviser at Aalto University School of Business, Finland 15:40 Panel discussion: a response to the policy recommendations Chair: Łukasz Badowski PhD, Education Department in Copernicus Science Centre (Poland) Participants: Petra Tarjanne, Ministry of Employment and the Economy (Finland); Lukáš Hula, National Institute for Education (Czech Republic); Anu Lõhmus, CEO, Tallinn Business Incubators (Estonia) 16:15 Coffee break 16:45 Roundtable discussions and plenary: your chance to discuss the policy recommendations and their implications 17:45 Inspiration Aivar Haller, entrepreur and ENTRUM mentor, Estonia 18:05 What Next? 18:15 Drinks Reception