About the project
WHO ARE WE?
proVOCAting innovaTION was born from the partnership of four organisations and their engaged team members: Pandora Association from Hungary, Get Active from Austria, Project Peace/oikos Lebenskunst e.V. from Germany and Paradiso Ritrovato from Italy. Read more about our organisations and our team members.
This project was born from the realization that there is a nieche on the field of educational programs for young people, which would truly support youth in recognizing their gifts, unfolding their talents, finding their own lifepaths, while in the same time addressing burning social and ecological issues of our times and then uniting these two topics through providing entrepreneurial tools to “walk the talk” and to get brave new dreams, ideas and visions on the ground.
Our mission is to develop a non-formal educational curriculum and material, which can serve as a compass for young people to unite the aspects of following their call, being the change what they want to see in the world and creating positive social and ecological impact by creating meaningful projects. We also aim to give tools and provide material for youth workers, teachers, trainers and facilitators to support youth on their quests on these areas.
WHAT DO WE DO?
This project is a 1,5 year-long journey realized with the financial support of the European Commission and the Erasmus+ Programme. During this 1,5 years we engage in profound creative processes, share our experience and synergetically work together to develop a training course curriculum, a handbook and a creative coaching kit, which can then all be used and implemented by young people and people working with youth. You can follow the development of our project hereand contact us if you wish to join, connect and contribute.
Our themes and topics of focus
The objective of our project is to dive into, research, share experience about and develop new approaches and methods on the field of the following three main topics as well as about their interconnectedness and synergies: