Green Cities

Participatory digital development for Green Cities


The project „Participatory digital development for Green Cities“ offers social workers, community workers, cultural workers, youth workers, etc. participative methods how to act on district level with the general public for to better access the topic of climate change and sustainability within their living environment. It’s about methods for professionals how to activate, promote and transfer knowledge through participatory learning to strengthen climate protection as a goal in urban development


The project consists of 5 areas of activities:

  1. Research, development and design of participatory learning methods for to enable professionals in their work
    with local people on district level
  2. Workshops with the focus group for to train, test and evaluate the participatory methods
  3. Workshops with the group of multipliers for to inform, train, disseminate the participatory methods
  4. Dissemination of project, results etc.
  5. Professional exchange between the partnership of this project.


The project expects 3 main results:

  • New participatory non-formal learning methods for any kind of district workers for the activation of people.
  • To create networks for further development of the topic between local (district) and European level
  • To deepen the professional knowledge, the readiness for collaboration and the further development of the field
    of the project between the project consortium and third partners that will get involved during the project.

Project Information

  • Programme: Erasmus+
  • Key Action: Partnerships for cooperation and exchanges of practices
  • Action Type: Small-scale partnerships in adult education
  • Topics: Digital Skills And Competences | Environment And Climate Change | Digital Literacy, Information, Constructive Dialogue, Fakenews
  • Start date: 01-04-2022
  • End date: 30-09-2023
  • EU Grant: 60.000,00 €


Project Card

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