New European Bauhaus in Urban and ruraL Areas
NEBULA is based on the ideas promoted by the New European Bauhaus (NEB) that aims to redesign Europe, led by 3 concepts that will reshape and give new life to the environment we live in: accessibility, inclusion and sustainability.
The project focuses mainly on urban and rural restoration in a NEB perspective, the involvement of young people (going from theoretical learning to hands-on activities) and the non-formal approach of resources like the knowledge-sharing platform, together with the strong stress on networking as a learning and problem-solving tool.
The project’s main objectives are:
- discover and promote alternative models of urban and rural regeneration, leveraging on and inspired by the New European Bauhaus;
- promote young people’s sense of initiative and youth entrepreneurship, creativity and technique, in order to teach entrepreneurship through non-formal approach;
- support youth creative potential, stimulate innovation and support their entrepreneurial training;
- promoting green business models around social and young entrepreneurship based on urban and rural regeneration;
- making up a multilateral and multidisciplinary approach more sustainable by connecting young entrepreneurs, urban and rural stakeholders and local NGOs;
- give the right tools to young people to be more proactive, energetic and bubbly in their community, to promote new local regenerating initiatives, to open a discussion table with change makers;
- create a network of social entrepreneurs and stakeholders to share best practises about the topic all around Europe;
- increase quality and recognition of youth innovative work in rural and urban areas to be regenerated.
e-Medine leads the NEBULA Training Programme and sharing platform, due to its experience in the management and participation to EU projects and its mission in fostering a greater engagement in society by European Youth.