Youth 4 Bauhaus is a project funded by the Erasmus+ program and based on the New European Bauhaus (NEB), an initiative launched by the European Commission. Inspired by creativity, art and culture, NEB adds a new dimension to the European Green Deal in building a sustainable, inclusive and beautiful future with new ways of living, emphasizing the need to connect the world of art, culture and social inclusion with the field of technology.
inclusion with the mastery of technology.
Youth 4 Bauhaus unites Braga with the cities of Bucharest (Romania), Ghent (Belgium) and Košice (Slovakia) in a joint effort to empower young people and the educational community to see the changes taking place in the cities where they live, actively and critically involving them in the different ways of using urban public space in a sustainable, green and inclusive way.
80 students and nine teachers, including young people with reduced mobility, the deaf and those with autism spectrum disorders, are challenged to think about and debate concrete urban, environmental, political, social and cultural issues together, on the spot and in real time in each of these cities, using pilot digital tools that will allow them to formulate and present their proposals for changing and improving the main issues identified.