The context and the objectives:
We live at a time when everyone is being called upon to react and recover
from the disruptions caused by global crisis such as the negative impacts of
climate change or the current health crisis, just to name two. The educational
institutions as well as the cultural and creative sectors are not exempt. On the
other hand, disruptions to social, economic and natural systems were on-going
phenomena, as a consequence of the changing climate along with other
global environmental issues, to the point where adaptation and mitigation
policies and initiatives at regional and global scales have mainstreamed and
deemed as increasingly relevant the roadmap and the processes towards the
resilience as the capacity of people and communities to creatively adapt.
The project participants will physically meet to exchange good
practices based upon the connection between art and
sustainability towards individual and social resilience, helping the
design and introduction of innovative pedagogies, to extend and
develop the competences of educators and other professionals
who support adult learners to face unprecedented risks, and
societal challenges, thus contributing to the recovery resilience of
the educational, cultural and creative sectors.
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Sustainability as the art ... of resilience

Project number: 2021-1-IT02-KA210-ADU-000034020
The project "Sustainability as the art ... of resilience"
is rooted upon the need to exchange good practices as
regards the activation and accession of the resilience literacy as
the capacity of people to creatively adapt, using art and culture
contents and toolset as an essential dimension, referring to art
and culture both in their universal sense, as well as to arts-based
culture public perception and experience are shaped.