Erasmus+ KA154 Youth Participation Activity


EcoActiZenship encourages youth to become more civically engaged while enhancing their digital background and identity as active eco-citizens of this world. Italian and Greek youth will get familiarized with active citizenship and civic engagement through activities linked to nature and training dedicated explicitly to digital literacy. Through digital and on-the-ground practical activities, the project will empower and educate the future agents of social change, getting them to know and experience the importance of civic engagement through the lens of sustainability, eco-friendly practices, and digitalization.

The activities under this programme are:

Between April 26th and 30th 2022, the Consortium participates in the first mobility of the project entitled “Training for trainers” in Sicily, Italy. The activities aim to enhance civic engagement while developing our identity as environmentally conscious citizens. In the training, various informal methods highlight the relationship between people and the natural environment and the importance of incorporating environmentally friendly and sustainable practices into everyday routines.

Participants and team members from Italy and Greece provide feedback. They are encouraged to brainstorm ideas and methods for promoting actions that people can do individually and as a community to promote environmentally responsible, socially equitable, and economically viable behaviors and practices that promote long-term ecological balance and human well-being. By adopting sustainable practices, we learn that individuals, communities, and businesses can contribute to preserving the planet and the well-being of present and future generations.

Find more information here

The “Digital tools for civic engagement” session within the “Youth-friendly content for social media & TikTok” webinar, organized by Eurodesk Brussels on June 7th 2023 and led by Georgianna Chondrou and Eleni Modou of Youthmakers Hub, equips participants with valuable insights into effectively engaging young audiences on Instagram. They emphasize tailoring content to the preferences of young people, offer practical advice on optimizing posts and stories, such as using eye-catching visuals, relevant hashtags, and authentic storytelling. They also stress the importance of user-generated content to foster a sense of involvement. The session is highly interactive, with participants actively seeking advice, creating a collaborative learning environment. 

Find more information here


1/12/2022 – 31/5/2024


€ 60.000

National Agency


IO PER L’ALTRO (IPA), Youthmakers Hub (YMH)