This pilot project wants to improve competencies and skills (writing, reading, learning, society...) of the most disadvantaged groups, so they can participate more in society. Digital progress is said to make everything easier, faster and more convenient. But it also requires new challenges. Thus, the current labour and skills shortage is aggravated by the change in the working environment associated with digitalization. By now, but most importantly in the future, interdisciplinary (social and personal) competences, lifelong learning and digital know- how all play an important role. At the same time, digitalization opens up completely new options for civic participation.
These two approaches are included and should be linked in the project.The aim ist o introduce district citizens to new requirements of the working and living environment by means of appropriate measures in the field of „digital“training and allow them to participate in society. At the same time, citizens should be given the opportunity to create innovative measures for district development and take on the growing developments in the district regarding e-mobility, digitalization and creative industries. In the end, the districts and citizens can benefit from the positive changes caused by new jobs, digital skills and greater attractiveness. Where appropriate, citizens can ensure partizipation and presentation of their own district.
The presentation of the results will orient itself to the requirements of the new world and take up future developments (e.g. Digital Green Map) in the process.
Target group: disadvantaged youth, elderly and vulnerable population, district population.
Team: Nils Tenkleve