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. It is directly linked to the intellectual outputs of the Public Makers project and aims to give a taste of the power of Open Data by testing the tools developed within the project while focusing on environmental challenges, one of the most important issues of the younger generations at the moment.
Get access to the toolkit here.
You can practice more Public Makers skills by taking the Public Makers e-learning course. If you are a youth worker or a person working in the field of youth, you can also practice your skills with the Public Makers non-formal activities.
Visit the Public Makers website.
For additional information, contact Amerissa Giannouli.