This toolkit is a short guide for open data portals and uses, crowd-sourcing practices and advocacy tools that can be applied by young people in order to promote sustainability and advocate for environmental justice. Read More Digital democratic participation: Public Makers for the Environment
This module gives the opportunity to different sectors to explore the challenges of the sustainability and growth narrative, confront them and seek alternatives, where the “students” are participants and agents of social dynamic change, not consumers. Read More STEP Forward Educational Module
This document aims to explore the relevant issues, barriers and pitfalls of intergenerational communication between young people and elderly people and, at the same time, identify best practices and positive experiences in Europe that foster intergenerational dialogue. Read More “IDEA: INTERGENERATIONAL DIALOGUE for EUROPEAN AWARENESS”: a focus on intergenerational equity and social sustainability
The international conference “Potentials and Limitations of Subnational Responses to the Migrant Question in Europe” that took place on March 4th & 5th, 2021 has brought together local leaders representatives a, EU policy makers, civil society and scholars to discuss EU migration policy and policies outside the framework of nation-states, including local governance institutions and civil society.
This guide aims to support activities aiming to raise awareness and combat bullying in the school environment. Read More Saying no to bullying in secondary education – Activity Guide
The Step Forward toolkit includes basic theory and activities that can be conducted online. The included activities have been implemented in the frame of the STEP Winter School. Download it through this link (130Mb): http://bit.ly/STEPFORWARDONLINETOOLKIT To complement this toolkit, in the frame of the online webinar “Social Transformation and Ecology, this online repository was created, including various media (monographs,…
Presentation of the webinar “Advocacy Online”, implemented by Inter Alia as part of the webinar series of the Public Makers project, and in the context of Open Data Day 2021. Read More “Advocacy Online” – Webinar Presentation
This media literacy non-formal learning guide, is an outcome of the Get it Right project and aims to develop competencies of youth workers in the field of media literacy, to cultivate critical thinking, text interpretation, responsible use of social media, with a view to raise awareness about the importance of media literacy. Read More Media Literacy…