About This Project
Online Action for Youth and the Creative and Cultural Sectors
06/2021 – 05/2023
The Building Better project aims to reinforce cross-sectoral cooperation with a focus on creativity and cultural awareness and social participation of youth and support youth workers, artists, and policymakers to find creative and innovative solutions to the new challenges that the pandemic has brought and improve the quality of support systems for youth on a local, national and European level. It includes youth organizations, organizations active in the field of arts and culture, training institutions, and local authorities in Germany, Cyprus, Italy, and Greece.
The project aims to:
- Establish networks and new collaboration models between youth workers, local policymakers, and CCS’s actors, stimulating intercultural engagement and participation of young people and the flourishing of their creativity through the Building Better Portal of Cooperation.
- Foster creativity, culture, and multiculturalism through the Building Better Webinars, which will include learning tools, resources, and materials.
- Accelerate the digital transformation of youth work and local municipalities and increase the digital means used to adapt to the way creative products, cultural goods, events are created, managed, and disseminated.
The 2 outputs of the project are:
- IO1: Building Better Webinars
- IO2: Building Better Online Portal of Cooperation
To achieve the dissemination of the project, 6 Multiplier events with the participation of 180 participants will be developed.
The expected impact of the Building Better project is to contribute to the exploitation of the potential of the creativity, culture and youth fields in the post -COVID recovery in the EU.
Jugend-& Kulturprojekt e.V. – Coordinator
Cyprus Academy Of Local Government
The project is co-financed by the European Commission through the Erasmus+ Programme
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