Parci Green Cities
Erasmus+ Programme KA2 Participatory digital development for green Cities
Agreement n° 2021-2-DE02-KA210-ADU-000051398
The project “Participatory digital development for green Cities,” is about:
- to train adults out of the primary focus group of socio-cultural workers, social workers, cultural workers, integration workers, community managers, special teachers, district managers, youth workers, and all other professionals that work
with the local communities has to activate organizations as the secondary focus group of multipliers (persons and
organizations) on local and regional levels.
- Development (research, development, design) of participatory methods of non-formal learning in green urban topics that are needed for the work with citizens (and youth) in the actual and upcoming urban changes and development because of climate change adaption.
- to enable (train the trainer) the focus group to use the new participatory methods in their work with people on district
level, especially in lower developed and super-diverse districts (with e.g. lower income, lower education grades, etc)
- To train the professionals in the participatory methods for the activation, non-formal training and playful learning of
citizens on district level.
Within the new methods, we integrate the use of existing digital tools (no development of new technological systems) and aspects of digital culture to make learning easier for any people.
There is a need for new participatory approaches in early stage urban planning processes in order to make European cities more sustainable and more climate-friendly. Thus needs to involve large numbers of citizens in early stage urban.
development actions to discuss and proceed with highly important topics like sharing concepts, social, and green housing,
Parking lanes, energy consumption, and biodiversity for example. In order to make participation among European citizens.
more sustainable, there have to be very specific procedures referring to the needs and everyday life of these people.
The project refers to these needs and develops participatory methods of non-formal learning to use existing digital tools and media use in urban development and green and sustainable cities. Methods and participation actions with a focus on green and sustainable cities are going to be implemented in train-the-trainer courses on a local level for professionals working in institutions of social and cultural education like social workers, community workers, cultural.
workers, youth workers, and so forth
The project refers to the horizontal priority “environment and fight against climate change “and also addresses the digital transformation by using digital methods in a participatory manner. In order to promote more civic engagement and participatory action on the local side, the project fosters the 3rd priority of common values, civic engagement, and participation by implementing highly tailored measures for professionals in social and cultural inclusion and enabling them to use the new participatory methods in their work.
The project target groups are professionals: the primary focus group of socio-cultural workers, social workers, cultural workers, integration workers, community managers, special teachers, district managers, youth workers, and all other professionals that work with the local communities and the secondary focus group of multipliers (persons and organizations) on a local and regional level in social and cultural work. The local citizens should finally benefit from it.
through professionals with better skills and competencies in fostering green and sustainable neighborhoods and cities by supporting participation in early stage urban development activities.