Case Studies: 2015
Case studies 2015
Young people are an audience that has traditionally been neglected by the planning system and in the development of places in general. In the focus areas of our project, generally areas of high unemployment and poverty, traditional cultural/heritage issues in particular have often seen as at best irrelevant and at worst dismissive and detrimental to the needs and wishes of local communities and their own culture/heritage.
Female participation in lifelong learning activities together with an increase in the digital divide has become a concerning issue across Europe. The LIST project aims to address women who may be at risk of exclusion from the information society due to age, level of education and economic status.