Develop and strengthen digital skills. Facilitate the critical media literacy process in order to make young people active and aware citizens. Increase their overall empowerment and their possibility of active social and work inclusion.
Contribute to the widespread upskilling and reskilling process of young Europeans who must be adequately trained to face and manage social, cultural and economic changes and the new challenges of the digital age.
Youth 15-34 years who have improved and updated their digital skills by increasing possible inclusion strategies for young people at risk of marginalization and/or cultural, experiential and gender gaps.
Youth 15-34 years
Young people in Workshops
Stakeholders in Meetings
Young people in Game Activities
Participants in Multiplier Events
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