The project aims to develop V4-Georgia cooperation in the field of creative tourism and through sharing the experience between partner countries stimulate of development of creative tourism products that may contribute to regional development. The project also strengthens networking opportunities and unites partner organisations' efforts for the joint promotion of creative tourism products.
Mercury - draMa thERapy to inCrease the entrepreneURial potential of Youth. This project will use an innovative and probably never used in entrepreneurial and employability education, a threedimensional approach, combining disciplines of psychology, arts, and digitalisation. With the right support and seeing trauma as an opportunity, young people can make big positive changes in their lives. Trauma stops many young talented people, thus encouraging their entrepreneurship would enable more than just them.
With reDiscover project we want to bring traditional craftmanship closer to contemporary designers with innovative approaches. Our initiative has two main objectives: we want to put traditional knowledge at the service of modern design and fashion, and preserve old techniques and know-hows for next generations as our common value. European traditional knowledge is an untapped cultural resource that can effectively support the professional development and fulfillment of young artist.
The project aims to open up lifelong and life-wide learning opportunities by raising the competences of educators embedded in the intergenerational context and digitization of seniors would allow them to slowly bridge this gap.
The main goal of this project is to create a handbook for youth, people working with youth, and parents, containing knowledge and guidelines for the safe, responsible usage of the Internet and modern digital technology. We want to train coaches and teachers and teach young people how to use the Internet so as not to harm themselves or others, avoiding numerous threats lurking on the web, like addictions, disinformation or cyber-violence.
The COVID-19 epidemic is having a fundamental impact on the European cultural and creative industry which is especially true for vulnerable groups like artists with minority background. To reduce the damage and draw attention to the problem, we want to create a cross-sectoral educational cooperation that introduces the culture and art of European minorities (religious, linguistic, ethnic, cultural) to young people through innovative and creative art educational methods.
The “Stories of Freedom” project would like to commemorate the period of the totalitarian regime in Hungary from the perspective of counterculture and artistic resistant on the 75th anniversary of the end of the WWII. The project contrasts the cultural repression of the communist past and the democratic pluralism in the Transatlantic community. In this effort it is essential to raise awareness of these democratic values for younger generations.
myPart – Participatory Approaches in the Civic Education with and for People with Intellectual Disabilities. Article 29 of the UN Convention on the rights of Persons with Disabilities states that people with disabilities have the right to fully participate in political and public life. But still, people with intellectual disabilities face severe limitations in exercising their political rights due to various situations. The project myPart aims to enhance political participation of people with intellectual disabilities.
Project "EUnderground" wants to bring the history closer to young citizens with a very unique topic which has received less attention so far. The project reveals a hidden and less accessible cultural heritage of former socialist countries: the field of underground cultural movements in Eastern- and Central-Europe between 1948-89. The project title refers to the alternative cultural movements at that time as very important means of cultural opposition of the civil society in the Eastern block.