Danube Women City Guide (DWCG)

In the European Danube project "Danube Women City Guide", the aim was to raise awareness of the importance of women and their life achievements along the Danube, to network women along the Danube and to strengthen new city tours for women. The project was funded by the Baden-Württemberg Foundation.
Different Ages Pupils Students Women City Guides Women's Initatives Civil Society Organizations Awareness Civil Society Cooperation Danube Stories Danube Strategy European Awareness Heritage Production (Books) Intergenerational Practice


@Learn was a multilateral Grundtvig project which united partner organizations from five European countries with the aim of fostering the idea of active ageing and lifelong learning. The project’s goal was to promote an understanding of ageing as an enriching part of the life course and to establish an active aging learning community which raises awareness about and educates on topics like health care, social inclusion, new media and intergenerational solidarity. To reach this, we brought together older adults aged 60+ and younger people aged 16-35 in all partner countries to create a vibrant and rewarding cross-generational learning community.
Elderly People Different Ages People From Different Countries Mixed Age Group Mixed Gender People With Different Educational Backgrounds Older Learners Pupils Students Active Ageing Awareness Continuing Education Cross-Cultural Educational Framework Focus Groups Exchange Of Perspectives Intergenerational Practice

Danube Stories (DASTO)

The project focuses on educating elderly learners about current economic issues. Danube Stories brings together organizations from different countries and different spheres of activity to work together and exchange best practices in areas such as adult social inclusion and the acquisition of new cultural and / or linguistic skills through formal and informal methods of education and training.
Elderly People Pupils Students Teachers/Multiplicators Scientists Researchers Lifelong Learning European Awareness Active Ageing Mobility Danube Stories Social Inclusion Non Formal Education Cultural-Historical Heritage Of The Danube Region Intergenerational Learning

The Wanted Danube

As many people as possible from all Danube countries were invited to crochet a woolen carpet that symbolizes the river Danube. The challenge: To make the so called “river carpet” as long as possible and to integrate people regardless of their age, social background, education and language skills. The aim was to demonstrate the solidarity amongst the Danube countries. The big finale was a cultural performance in which all the small parts of the big carpet were exhibited on the Cathedral square in front of the Ulm Cathedral during the international Danube Festival in 2014. Once the project was finished, the so called “Danube-Rivercarpet” was divided into small pieces. These pieces were given away for donation.
Different Ages People From Different Countries Mixed Age Group Mixed Gender People Of Different Ethnic Origins People With Different Social Backgrounds People With Different Educational Backgrounds All Ages Older Learners Pupils Students Women People With Disabilities Teachers/Multiplicators Young Learners Multipliers From Different Ngo’s Elderly Community Members Organisations Of/For Older People Lower-Educated People Skills Intercultural Intergenerational Practice Craftsmanship Diversity Solidarity Danube Strategy Disability

Personal TownTours – Slovenian Version

In the framework of the »Personal Town Tours«, a European Grundtvig Programme project (2012 - 2014), seven older students from Slovenian Third Age University gained knowledge and learned methods for exploring and then introducing their town. Under the mentorship of an architect they decided on three thematic itineraries thus validating their already gained knowledge of architecture and urbanism.
Older Learners Pupils Students Women People With Disabilities Teachers/Multiplicators Future Teachers/Multiplicators Education Exploratory Learning Urbanism Architecture Intergenerational Learning

Danube-Networkers-Online-Lectures (DALEC)

DALEC was a “Media Project Old and Young” with the thematic focus on “Values and Paths along the Danube” across five countries. Five scientific lectures were prepared by scientists for lay people, held live to an audience in the respective locations and transmitted over the internet in an online-lecture series. The lectures were discussed face to face and via internet forums nationally and transnationally. The accompanying discussions, therefore, also contributed to a better understanding between old and young. In mini-projects some of the young and old participants worked with different methods based on the topics of the lectures. In the end, more than five mini projects were accomplished and complemented the online-lectures.
Different Ages Older Learners Pupils Students Young Learners Multipliers From Different Ngo’s Education Intergeneration Intercultural Art Knowledge European Identity Policies Minorities Democracy Solidarity Short-Term Project Human Rights Creative Awareness Communication Lifelong Learning Intergenerational Communication Identification

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