Our aim is to bring consciousness concerning consumption using a game to the people in our local settings. The game should be usuable as a tool of adult education. So each partner made a need assessment in their choosen local community, in order to reach the people there with target-group-specific game principles. This could mean that the game should treat specific identified needs of local people or it should be applicable by adult educators and fit to their teaching approaches.

Here are the partners:

XAMK, South-Eastern University of Applied Sciences, Finland (Kouvola)

XAMK approach is to reach the general public in Kouvala, Finland, by using the activities of Parik Foundation and providing them as a new tool the game.

Fundacja Otwarty Plan, Poland (Krakow)

The Polish partner focuses on a district of the city of Krakow: Nowa Huta. They practice a cooperation with local eco-organisations and cultural centers.

BLUE ROOM INNOVATION SL, Spain (Girona, Barcelona).

Blue Room Innovation identified El Raval as a housing district in Barcelona for classes with less purchasing power where people need to be teached about consious consumption.

ela Erasmus Learning Academy, Italy (Bologna).

Ela believes that teenagers are the ones to change the world and they are the ones who have to live with the consequences of todays activities and decissions in the future.

Comparative Research Network e.V., Germany (Berlin).

Comparative Research Network sits in Wedding, a part of Berlin where the percentage of migrants is far above average. Comparative Research Network already knows Wedding very well as descendants from the original German population works there together with migrants.

Ludwig Intelligent Projects GmbH, Germany (Bonn)

Dr. Ludwig Intelligent Projects focuses on the western areas of the city of Bonn. Within this area live a lot of different people. Disadvantaged people, middle class people, rich people, german nationals along side people coming from many countries including refugees.

EURO-NET, Italy (Potenza)

Euro-net made an interesting selection of their communities. They did not look at a certain geographical area within their city but they defined groups of people as communities.

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission

from the Erasmus+ Programme under grant agreement: 2021-1-DE02-KA220-ADU-000033718. The European Commission's support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents, which reflect the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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