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Methodological Guide for the Development of Collaborative Projects for Youth

Contextos - Cooperativa para o Desenvolvimento e Coesão Social, CRL; Lascò Srl; FRONTEiRAS - Asociación Cultural

This Methodological Guide for the Development of Collaborative Projects for Youth was developed as part of the DigitArt Project, co-financed by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union (Key Action 2 - Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices - Partnerships for Creativity). The project is coordinated by Contextos - Cooperativa para o Desenvolvimento e Coesão Social CRL (https://contextos.org.pt/, Portugal), in partnership with Lascò Srl (https://lasco.io/, Italy), and Associación Fronteiras (Spain). This document is the fourth and last of a total of four publications, or Intellectual Outputs (IOs), that result from this project:

  • IO1 – State of Art Research - Creativity and Creative Learning Environments
  • IO2 – Participatory Video - Methodological Guide for the Implementation of Innovative Strategies that Promote the Participation of Youth
  • IO3 – Training Itinerary to Improve ICT Competences
  • IO4 – Methodological Guide for the Development of Collaborative Projects for Youth

The fifth and final output of the project IO5 – Collaborative Documentary, tells the story of the project in a video format.

This fourth volume, IO4 – Methodological Guide for the Development of Collaborative Projects for Youth aims to support youth-led organizations that want to promote the participation and involvement of young people as actors in the search for solutions and opportunities in their areas and communities through collaborative and transforming processes. The Guide is built on the principles of collaboration, citizen participation, and collective intelligence as starting elements to enable youth to take the wheel and become the voice of their regions, municipalities, and community, expanding their knowledge and skills to an active dimension of participation, breaking the geographical isolation, and establishing a network of organizations and communities that serve as a meeting point for the reflection and action.

Who is this publication for? - This publication is for youth professionals and organizations that want to engage youth in the design of a collaborative project, to get their ideas, their cooperation, and meaningful involvement.

This publication has received funding from the European Commission under the Grant Agreement number 2020-1-PT02-KA227-YOU-007642, Erasmus+ KA2 - Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices - Partnerships for Creativity project "DigitArt".
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