This partnership is based on the common interest and need to exchange experience, perspectives and expertise between different types of institutions and collaboratively develop new ideas for enhancing active citizenship, encouraging sustainable urban practices and nurturing healthier urban communities. Growing popularity in the urban gardening movement is demonstrating the growing of useful plants in cities to be an effective way to address the latter concerns.
By arranging a meeting in their home country, each partner has an opportunity to share their field of expertise with other partners and a selection of learners, by showing examples, holding workshops, leading tours, arranging lectures or any combination of activities which feel most appropriate. Using information and experience shared in the international meetings, partners are able to arrange their own adult education activities to a target group of adult learners in their community, focusing on seniors and younger adults who are disadvantaged in a social context.
,,To establish a garden next to the building of our organisation, to share the experience with others“.
,,It‘s a stunning idea to learn to grow herbs“.
‚I‘d like our town to become more attractive“