- Using informal learning and the creative arts as a vehicle to engage/re-engage disadvantage young people in education, training and employment;
- Supporting young people in their journey from social exclusion to social inclusion;
- Contributing to the CPD (continuous professional development) of educational/creative arts practitioners;
- Valuing performing and creative arts by seeing them not just as entertainment but as a means to develop and demonstrate new skills.
- Creative workshops (Illustration and Dance) to foster social inclusion and develop soft and hard skills;
- Local events to demonstrate soft and hard skills acquired;
- Community exhibitions to celebrate young people’s achievements, share best practice and raise awareness of social inclusions’ issues;
- Blended mobility: a transnational training event.
- 6 audio/video journals documenting the target group’s achievements as well as promoting the role of creative industry in education;
- A Methodology guide: handbook for education practitioners & creative arts professionals, bringing together all the pedagogical practice and methodology used in informal learning to be used by other organisations;
- An Impact analysis as an evaluation tool.
- About 60 young people involved in creative workshops to re-engage in education, training and employment;
- About 24 educators involved to acquire alternative methods of informal learning, using creative arts as a means to support social inclusion and employment in mainstream society;
- About 24 creative arts professionals involved to inspire a new interest in creative arts.
- Fundacio Privada Gentis (Spain, coordinator)
- European Partnership Promoting Social Inclusion (Ireland)
- ASSOCIACAO PARA A EDUCACAO DE SEGUNDA OPORTUNIDADE (Portugal)
- CESIE (Italy)
- Ariadne Cultural Foundation (Hungary)
- PHOENIX SOCIAL ENTERPRISE LIMITED (United Kingdom)
- Kleinon SRL (Romania)