Recovering inclusion through Creativity After Pandemic
AT A GLANCE
In the last two years, the Covid-19 pandemic had a deep impact on social and community life by isolating people from each other, provoking social isolation in particular for young people, whose personal growth builds on social relations.
The ReCAP project aims to support the active involvement and civic participation of youth, through non-formal learning activities and the use of specific artistic and cultural tools, with a special emphasis on young people with fewer opportunities (NEETs, people with a migrant background, minorities, youths from the LGBTIAQ+ community, girls). With the pandemic, they have been further marginalised from the socialisation places, so it is necessary to allow young people to express their feelings and challenges in the public space.
- IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF YOUTH WORK, by providing youth workers with specific tools belonging to the universe of art and culture, to improve the efficacy of their work and respond to specific social needs.
- ENGAGE, CONNECT AND EMPOWER YOUNG PEOPLE, by guiding youths along a path of self-awareness using their creativity.