ReCAP Project Concludes with Inspiring Event: Empowering Youth through Art and Culture

velj 16, 2024

Citizens engagement Gender, Inclusion & Human rights Linked project:

On February 14 and 15, the ReCAP project partners and both local and international associations gathered together in Strasbourg (France) for the last Transnational Project Meeting and event of the project. 

ALDA hosted the 10 consortium partners at its headquarters for the last project meeting on 14 February to discuss the final details and the sustainability and follow-up of the project. Another milestone has been reached during the meeting: the finalisation of the Roadmap, Project Result 3. This document contains all the information about the workshops carried out by the youth workers of each partner in their respective countries, selecting activities from the previous Project Result, the toolbox. The English version of the Roadmap will soon be available on the project page of ALDA’s website.

The following day, the final event of the ReCAP project “Art and culture for inclusion: empowering youngsters through creativity in a post-pandemic era” took place in the splendid setting of the European Youth Centre in Strasbourg.

The aim of the event was to show the results of the project and to allow participants to talk about the impact of the ReCAP project

Participants were welcomed by wonderful Mrs. Anca-Ruxandra Pandea, Senior Project Officer at the European Youth Centre. After the welcoming session, ALDA, together with the coordinating partners of the different project results (such as SSF, La Piccionaia, CESIE), presented an overview of the project, the main and most significant phases and the project outcomes. 

During the second part of the event, participants were divided into groups to test first-hand some of the activities contained in the toolbox. To create a moment of sharing and inclusion, the participants, including children from a local middle school, engaged in debates, theatre and artistic activities. 

This was the final step in a wonderful journey to develop and disseminate cultural and artistic tools and guidelines that are suitable and adaptable for all, in order to boost the inclusion and participation of young people.

If you would like to know more about the ReCAP project and its results, fell free to visit the project page.