NATURE aims to produce a set of new training materials and resources for adult educators and professionals active in the field of inclusion to provide vulnerable groups of adults with skills and knowledge surrounding the topic of new urban agricultural trades for resilience.
Identification of innovative practices in terms of the participation of inhabitants in urban agriculture projects. This study brings together documentary resources, in transmedia format (interactive resources) which allows the creative sector, entrepreneurship educators and mediators to understand how the urban agriculture is the most fragile urban areas but is a lever for resilience and inclusion and allows territories to respond to the challenges of the green economy.
Identification of streams and their needs in order to create at least 10 new jobs from the subordinate knowledge of those in the know. The partners' global approach is to develop economic activities that create employment accessible to people marginalized from the labour market.
Formalization of 2 innovative courses that are not offered by vocational training around new urban jobs in the green economy and intended for so-called “knowing” trainers and adults ".
valuation of the subordinate know-how of the knowledgeable thanks to 15 training scenarios in comics. This allows to highlight the beneficiaries of the program who do not wish to be filmed or photographed.
Providing a catalogue of inclusive online pedagogical tools within a multilingual and interactive platform.