The PADIGE project proposes a bottom-up approach, in order to involve more youths in shaping the future of legislation in the EU on gender equality. Hence, the project aims at providing young people and youth workers with information as well as helping them in the development of the required skills for the design of ECI proposals. The use of participatory design as a method to collaborate is expected to engage and motivate young people and create long term impact on their involvement in public policy.
The specific objectives of the project are:
To respond to the above-mentioned objectives, the project has developed :
The partnership is composed of 6 partners from 5 different European countries, namely France, Greece, Latvia, Italy and Spain. Each one of them have been selected for their general involvement in Youth related issues and activities, showing a special commitment to promote innovation, improvement of social conditions and equality, youth participation and involvement, mobility and international collaboration and so forth, as well as for their reckoning of the importance of education and informal training.