Struggling for greater (spatial) justice opens up a wider net to encompass many different forms
of activism, encouraging them to come together in larger and more diverse kinds of coalitions.
– Edward Soja
Photo cover: Open cinema projected in building facades in the City of Shkoder, Albania, 2014 © GO2
Through the mental, emotional and physical involvement of young people in the dynamics of the game, a sense of belonging and striving for results is achieved.
Young people, storytelling and showing approachable examples of key elements of civic participation. Understanding how change can happen.
State-of-art in upgrading peripheral areas, methods of young engagement in such interventions, detailing prospects of intersection, synergy and improvement.
E-learning, that will provide potential coaches of upgrading peripheral areas through participatory process with a self-learning educational base.
The capacities of 24 young professionals will be raised through the mobility activities, more than 20 rural youth from each organization are engaged in local activities and their capacities will be increased, 1 toolkit and gamification game on urban design is developed and delivered to young professionals, more than 1000 people are reached through dissemination activities, and digital events and communication.
Take a look at the latest news and articles from the all the partner countries, bringing new models and experiences.
Research reports on 5 countries about youth engagement, opportunities, stories, inspirations.
Online bulletins on 6 months-bases will foster a wide awareness about the opportunities of learning, personal development and networking provided by the latter in direct targets and stakeholders across Europe
A few lessons on Spatial Justice from the experiences of urban changers in Albania, Austria, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Montenegro and Slovenia.
Partners from EU and Western Balkan: Austria, Slovenia, Bosnia & Hercegovina, Montenegro and Albania.