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PRO YOUTH | Die Multiplikatorenveranstaltung PRO-YOUTH Skills in Heritage" fand am 30. Januar 2020 in Stuttgart statt, organisiert von der Europäischen Stiftung für Bildung und dem StadtPalais - Museum für Stuttgart. PRO-YOUTH, ein von Erasmus+ finanziertes Projekt, zielt darauf ab, innovative Lösungen für die Jugendarbeitslosigkeit durch die Entwicklung von arbeitsbasierten Lernmodulen in einem Sektor mit großem Wachstumspotenzial, Kultur- und Kulturerbe-Tourismus anzubieten. Die Veranstaltung zielte darauf ab, das Bewusstsein für die transnationalen Antworten auf die Jugendarbeitslosigkeit zu erhöhen und Möglichkeiten zu diskutieren, wie junge Menschen in den Kultur- und Kulturerbe-Tourismus eingebunden werden können.
Zunächst hielten Vertreter von Stadtlücken einen Vortrag über die integrative Nutzung des öffentlichen Raums. Es folgten ein Weltcafé und ein Rundtischgespräch über die Einbeziehung von Jugendlichen in Kulturprojekte.
Die Pilotphase und die Erprobung der Lernmodule in den Projektländern (Bulgarien, Kroatien, Italien und Rumänien) werden im Frühjahr 2020 beginnen. (übersetzt mit deepL)

PRO YOUTH | The PRO-YOUTH Skills in Heritage Multiplier Event took place on 30 January 2020 in Stuttgart, organized by the European Foundation for Education and StadtPalais – Museum für Stuttgart. PRO-YOUTH, a project funded by Erasmus+, aims to offer innovative solutions for youth unemployment through developing work-based learning modules in a sector with great potential for growth, cultural and heritage tourism. The event aimed to raise awareness on the transnational responses to youth unemployment and to discuss ways to engage young people in cultural and heritage tourism.
First, representatives of Stadtlücken held a presentation on the inclusive use of public space. This was followed by a world café and a roundtable discussion on involving youth in cultural projects.
The piloting phase and testing of the learning modules in project countries (Bulgaria, Croatia, Italy and Romania) will start in spring 2020. (Text/Fotos: Krisztina Tóth, EFE).

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