Getting Young People and Young Adults Included and Engaged in the Cultural and Creative Sectors
Short title: Cultureplan Youth
An EU Erasmus+ strategic project
Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices
Partnerships for Creativity
Cultural and creative production
The pandemic is far from over. The whole world is still struggling to adapt to the new reality, something which comes with a lot of challenges.
One major challenge is to design public supports that alleviate the negative impacts in the short term and help identify new opportunities in the medium term for different public, private and non-profit actors engaged in cultural and creative production.
Equip with necessary tools and competences needed
The COVID-19 crisis has hit the cultural and creative sectors particularly hard.
One of the impacts of this project is to build the capacity to equip young people and adults with the necessary tools and competences needed to come up with creative and innovative solutions to face unprecedented risks and societal challenges as well as to unveil opportunities that can be sought in a critical context.
This project aims to enhance skills development and competences that reinforce creativity, as well as to boost quality, innovation and recognition of youth work. There is a need to build accessible tools and practice examples for needed facilitators to address the question: “How can Culture and Creative Sectors (CCS) help people and places to better address the new challenges brought about pandemia, climate change, globalisation, demographic change and technological breakthroughs?”
This project is about to inspire and to develop competences of existing and establishing new learning networks. The overall aim is to develop a resource platform for CCS facilitators which will provide them with tools for a continued creative development of the cultural and creative sectors – with a special emphasis on involving and including young people in this revitalization and innovation of the CCS.