One of the final outputs of the ECHE project that has recently been finalised is the Policy paper. It unites various perspectives generated during the run of the project and, based on that, synthetizes policy suggestions. The paper includes accounts and insights generated during a project training (conducted in Estonia), gives outlines of the other instruments created by the project (the game, mobile app), as well as videos made by partners. The Policy paper also provides a concise outline of suggested actions that local and national politicians dealing with youth entrepreneurship can undertake to support cultural heritage enterprises, especially the ones created by young people.
You can read the paper here.