Get2Action is a groundbreaking project that aims to revolutionize the way young people interact with museums, cultural organizations, and their own creativity. Our mission is to improve the development of skills and competences that enhance creativity while stimulating the quality and innovation of youth work. By empowering young people for more active civic and cultural participation, we provide them with the tools and resources needed to approach museums and cultural activities in a different and creative way.
Foster Creativity: We believe that creativity is a vital skill that can be nurtured and enhanced. Get2Action strives to inspire young minds, encouraging them to think outside the box and explore new avenues of creativity. By providing innovative approaches and techniques, we empower young people to express themselves artistically and unleash their full creative potential.
Facilitate Cultural Engagement: Get2Action aims to break down barriers to cultural participation and help young people discover the rich heritage that surrounds them. We encourage and facilitate their engagement with local and European cultural heritage, fostering a sense of belonging to a common European space. Through our project, we provide the means for young individuals to explore new forms of leisure, creating meaningful connections with their cultural surroundings.
At Get2Action, we understand the power of collaboration and peer-to-peer learning. That's why we have developed a cutting-edge platform based on lab-based learning. Young people will have the opportunity to learn, discuss, and exchange ideas with their peers in an interactive and supportive environment. Through this collaborative approach, they will gain valuable insights, broaden their perspectives, and develop critical thinking skills.
We proudly introduce our esteemed project partners, whose invaluable contributions have been crucial to our Project
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