Kico shares that the experience the project provided them has been enriching and timely. They shared our outputs with a group of young people named correspondents, Participe+ Network of Andalusian municipalities, local radio Atalaya, and more. Read the blog about their efforts.
The novel Coronavirus pandemic caused the spaces where young people could hang out, actively create and engage socially, to shrink drastically. At the same time, it also revealed the unpreparedness of many sectors, especially those based on socializing, to operate in the digital world. The new reality presented us with the questions of how to successfully transfer
youth work principles to the digital space, establish online youth work and cultural practices and strengthen their quality and effects. To find the answers to these questions, we designed the Creative Digital Spaces project, which focuses on contributing to the higher civic participation and creative expression of young people through developing creative digital spaces.
How do video games work as a tool to work with young people? What challenges can you encounter? What dynamics can develop? Check Fabio’s blog about their experience.
The youth meeting has brought together more than 150 young people from the eight provinces of Andalusia. Through the usage of digital tools, they explored EU opportunities for youth.
With moving art online, it has become much more accessible to young people. Virtual galleries also offer opportunities for young artists to showcase their work. What are the other trends? Check the 3rd and last blog in the series!