Action for future
Action for Future – How to Initiate Active Engagement of Young Adults in European Local Communities and Societies
The Action for Future project combines the efforts of 5 partners, representing different regions of Europe – Germany and Austria, Bulgaria, Norway, and Italy. The starting point of our joint effort is supporting adult education trainers in the delivery of training to disadvantaged young adults through a methodology based on design thinking and aimed at civic engagement and participation.
Erasmus+, KA2, Strategic Partnerships for adult education
Startklar Soziale Arbeit gGmbH (Germany)
October 2020 – October 2022
By equipping adult trainers with a Design Thinking Manual and a Resource Book, we aim at increasing the quality of training provided to young adults, so that they can successfully engage in community development initiatives. The Manual can be downloaded on the links bellow and is ready to be used in all training settings with your learners!
Our team will be happy to share our expertise in the field of design thinking and training of young persons and adults.
We are proud to announce that our Design Thinking Resource Book is ready and published in all partner languages: German, Norwegian, Italian and Bulgarian, as well as in English. The starting point of our joint effort is supporting adult education trainers in the...
Your Ideas Matter Bulgaria implemented an event in the city of Gotse Delchev with + teachers, trainers and representatives of local authorities, presenting the main results and products of the Action for future project. The event was aiming to demonstrate the Design...
"Education is a fundamental human right, a valuable public good and an indispensable tool for the development of peaceful, sustainable and equitable societies.” 4th global report on adult learning and education: leave no one behind: participation, equity and inclusion...
This project (project n° 2020-1-DE02-KA204-007415) has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.