1st Newsletter – Building Better
We are glad to announce the release of our website (https://building-better.eu/) of the European Funded Erasmus+ project “Building Better”. The website was developed by Eurossuccess Consulting (Cyprus) with the valuable contribution of all project partners: Jugend- & Kulturprojekt e.V. (Germany), Anelixis Development Consultants SA (Greece), Cyprus Academy of Local Government (Cyprus), I Participate (Greece), Sharing Europe (Italy).
The Building Better project, aims is to reinforce cross-sectoral cooperation with a focus on creativity, cultural awareness, social participation of youth and support youth workers, artists, and policymakers to find creative and innovative solutions to the variety of challenges arising from the coronavirus crisis.
The website will host both Project Results:
1) Building Better Webinars that will provide local policymakers, youth workers and artists, representatives of the Cultural and Creative Sectors with knowledge and skills on how to face challenges, share ideas and practices as well as find opportunities to work together on collective resources and campaigns in order to culturally engage youth to participate in the age of social distancing. The main topics of the webinars are the following: Going Digital, Tools and Innovative Practices, Ways of supporting young people, Personal well-being and arts participation.
2) Building Better Online Portal of Cooperation will be an online participatory platform through which local policymakers, youth workers and practitioners working in the youth work field, advice and counseling services, as well as young people and artists can acquire information on how they can become more active and support others to face the variety of challenges arising from the coronavirus crisis and interact with each other online
We are very glad to announce the release of our 1st e-Newsletter. The Newsletter contains further information regarding the objectives and expected results, target groups of the Building Better project and the most important milestone our consortium has achieved so far. Please read our Newsletter here: (LINK OR HYPERLINK in ENG or National Languages)
The project is co-financed by the European Commission through the Erasmus+ Programme
The European Commission’ssupport for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents, which reflect the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.