Escape Racism’s aim is building inclusive societies where young people will promote the respect of human rights, combatting racism and discrimination and acting as multipliers for their peers. The innovation of non formal methodologies and gaming tools will facilitate the professional growth of youth workers and foster the personal development of youth, especially those ones with fewer opportunities. The project co-funded by the European Commission inside the KA2 programme, Cooperation for Innovation, and the Exchange of good practices.
The project “Escape Racism – Toolbox to promote inclusive communities” has the main aim of building inclusive societies where young people are promoting the respect of human rights, combating racism and discrimination and acting as multipliers for their peers.
The main objectives of the project are:
To create innovative practices in the field of youth work through the development of a toolkit of methodologies which promotes the development of soft skills of youngsters such as leadership, communication skills, teamworking skills, problem–solving, critical and lateral thinking and at the same promotes human rights, social inclusion and intercultural dialogue.
To increase the availability of innovative and non–formal methodologies by developing online tools at disposal of all the organisations and institutions Europe-wide and different scenarios of educational escape rooms in four countries, accessible to youth, especially with fewer opportunities.
To develop organisational capacity of five institutions with different cultural and organisational experiences and strengthening of the strategic partnership among them.
01/2020 to 12/2021