While in the 19th century, the flâneur was a stroller, observing and enjoying the architecture and atmosphere of the streets of Paris, we invite youth to become from observers into active actors of the social and cultural urban sphere. In My Soft City, youth has a fundamental voice in the digitalization and gamification of cultural heritage to preserve and promote the urban patrimony of Europe.
My Soft City: From Flâneur to Entrepreneur, an Erasmus+ project involving partners from France, Romania, Portugal and Sweden.
Our aim is to foster urban regeneration, employability, social inclusion and cohesion through a creative, educational, participatory, inclusive and intercultural approach to European cultural heritage in Nimes (France), Constanta (Romania), Funchal (Portugal) and Lund (Sweden), during 3 years. My Soft City gathers 8 organizations, young change-makers and experts in fields such as mapping, art, entrepreneurship, youth work and non-formal education.
Heritage for Social Inclusion: How do I feel in my city? and From Flâneur to Entrepreneur: How do I improve my city?
Hosting organization: HELLO YOUTH in Lund, Sweden
Illustrate my City: How do I see my city?
Hosting organization: CCI GARD LYCEE DE NIMES in Nimes, France
Literary Cartography through Creative Writing: What do I think about my city?
Hosting organization: HOUSE OF EDUCATION AND INNOVATION (HEI) in Constanta, Romania
Gamification in Non-Formal Education and Cultural Heritage: How do I play in my city?
Hosting organization: ARTE M ASSOCIACAO CULTURAL E ARTISTICA NA MADEIRA in Funchal, Madeira, Portugal
From Flâneur to Entrepreneur: How do I improve my city?
Hosting organization: MOBILIZING EXPERTISE AB in Lund, Sweden
Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union
Project 2020-2-FR02-KA205-018069 My Soft City: From Flâneur to Entrepreneur
Funded by the French National Agency of the Erasmus+ Programme
Start date: 01.11.2020
End date: 31.08.2023
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