Visibility and Dissemination

End of the Project

Today, Sep­tem­ber 10, after 21 months of hard work, our project has reached its end.

Although its imple­men­ta­tion has suf­fered dif­fi­cul­ties because of Covid-19 pan­dem­ic and we had to adapt the whole timetable, after imple­ment­ing all the activ­i­ties, we can con­clude that the expect­ed results of the project have been achieved with a high degree of sat­is­fac­tion, the impact in par­tic­i­pants and organ­i­sa­tions has been huge in terms of new com­pe­tences and com­pre­hen­sive devel­op­ment and the par­tic­i­pa­tion and com­mu­ni­ca­tion between all part­ners have made the over­com­ing of dif­fi­cul­ties easy. This has been espe­cial­ly reward­ing for all part­ners and stake­hold­ers involved, as the project activ­i­ties have been imple­ment­ed and car­ried out dur­ing a glob­al pan­dem­ic with many lim­i­ta­tions and restrictions.

The main out­puts and results of the project are:
‑An e‑Book that col­lects and sys­temis­es the knowl­edge, tools and expe­ri­ences. It’s avail­able for free in sev­en ver­sions: Eng­lish, Amer­i­can Eng­lish, French adapt­ed to Togo, Ital­ian, Por­tuguese, Guatemalan Span­ish and Spanish.
‑Video sum­ma­ry that col­lects pic­tures and videos of the project;
‑This web­site and oth­er vis­i­bil­i­ty and dis­sem­i­na­tion mate­ri­als, that have been created;
‑Analy­sis of learn­ing needs of urban artists, social edu­ca­tors and youth workers
‑Ideas, good prac­tices for pro­mot­ing the inclu­sion of young migrants, train­ing mate­ri­als and new tools and workshops;
‑Edu­ca­tors, urban artists, youth work­ers, and pro­fes­sion­als in the field of youth under­stood the impor­tance of exchang­ing good prac­tices and expe­ri­ences at inter­na­tion­al level;
‑Par­tic­i­pants gained a lot of expe­ri­ence and acquired com­pe­tences that they can use in their dai­ly work;
‑Six organ­i­sa­tions have new tools and method­olo­gies and its pro­fes­sion­als improved their com­pe­tences, using urban art as a tools for address­ing social issues;
‑Stake­hold­ers have been involved in the project, strength­en­ing exist­ing col­lab­o­ra­tions and star­ing new part­ner­ships at local and inter­na­tion­al level;
‑One net­work of organ­i­sa­tions using urban art as a socio-edu­ca­tion­al tool for migrant inclu­sion has been estab­lished and more organ­i­sa­tions expressed their inter­est in being part of it;
‑New ideas have been gen­er­at­ed for future col­lab­o­ra­tions and projects, includ­ing new project pro­pos­als have been sub­mit­ted to Euro­pean institutions;
‑Knowl­edge about the sit­u­a­tion of migrants and inclu­sion in six dif­fer­ent coun­tries has increased;
Chal­lenges and dif­fi­cul­ties of migrant inclu­sion in soci­ety and in urban art have been investigated;
Activ­i­ties with local pop­u­la­tion have been organ­ised to make the project vis­i­ble, put into prac­tice the new com­pe­tences acquired by par­tic­i­pants and bring urban art and project top­ics clos­er to the local population.