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Living Labs

The project “Living Labs” brings together people of different ages from different Alpine countries to work together on process and know-how on selected topics. The project approach is participative and based on the principles of co-creation between young talents aged 18-30 years, environmental NGOs, civil society and politicians. The participants of this intergenerational project are committed to the sustainable development of the Alps at local, national and international level. For a desirable future it is important to set the right course today and to talk about how existing natural resources can be used sustainably.

The topics "Tourism and quality of life" and "Landscape" will be deepened in two international workshops. The national CIPRAs work with young adults to develop ideas and activities on these topics and implement them in their countries. “Living Labs” is intended to networking and contributes to make the Alpine regions more attractive for young generations. Enablement of effective youth participation allows more action and implementations of their ideas what leads to social innovation and sustainable development in the Alps.

The two-year project “Living Labs” is follow-up project of “I-LivAlps“ and is co-financed by ERASMUS+, Natum foundation and Ivoclar Vivadent AG.

Workshops

Kick-off and International Workshop 1: 25 May 2018, Bled, Slovenia. Team building, finding topics and first brainstorming on national kick-off activities. The topic of International Workshop 1 was "Destination and labour market". Key question: Which measures increase the attractiveness of jobs in the tourism sector?

Contact

Manon Wallenberger
Project manager
CIPRA International 

Pictures from the Workshop in Bled/SI

Programme Living Labs Workshop Landscape

Programme — 462Kb
The second and final workshop of the project Living Labs takes place from the 20th to the 22nd of September 2019 in Liechtenstein.

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