A cycle of training activities developing tools and skills for neighborhood initiatives: 6 public events and 3 workshop modules on collaborative methodologies for local empowerment and commons-based economies.
Timframe: September 2016– June 2017
Target: active citizens, social entrepreneurs and facilitators interested in developing a common framework of action in the context the area of Mehringplatz – Südliche Friedrichstadt.
Objectives: to provide a set of tools and methods to empower local communities, increase entrepreneurial capacity and foster innovative economic paradigms.
Tools and methods: collaborative mapping, urban reconnaissance, participative video making, digital storytelling, social media publishing.
Outcome: “Neighbourhood Curriculum”. An innovative tool for assessing and enhancing local social resources. It is aimed at shifting the attention from the individual curricula required by a competitive labor market to the collaborative mapping of social relations necessary to develop commons-based economies and initiatives.
Participation to the activities is free. The training will be in German and English.