Many social challenges that we are facing, such as climate change, inequality or poverty, have been further developed in a short space of time by the COVID-19 pandemic. Many dark narratives are being created, with environmental, social and economical crisis in the first line. But, uncertainties should not frighten or paralyze us; they should help us anticipate and prepare.
In the project “Imaginarium,” partners for Luxembourg (Art Square Lab), France (Co-Actions), Ireland (M-Powered) and Finland (University of Turku) are going to introduce creativity using Design Thinking and Futures Thinking methodology that will encourage young people to proactivly search for possible development solutions for tomorrow.
Here n Luxembourg we invite the youth workers to join our activities:
Focus Group on Tuesday 14th September 2021 from 18h to 20h (EN, FR face-to face session with PIZZA 🙂 in Luxembourg Ville
Please register before 10th September here: https://bit.ly/3xid73a
Young people will be ensured that designing the future is, on the one hand, a search for opportunities and potential, and on the other hand, systematic, purposeful and initiating practical solutions, aimed at responding to uncertainty.
On the other hand, youth workers and educators will be supported with the research, materials and tools to introduce Futures Thinking and Design Thinking as regular creative ways of thinking for young people, adapted to the new realities.
The project is co-funded by the Erasmus + Programme of European Union.