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On the second day of the Big Foot Conference on Intergenerational Learning and innovation for sustainable rural development, June 6, 2013, the results from the participatory exercise using the GIVE ...

On the second day of the Big Foot Conference on Intergenerational Learning and innovation for sustainable rural development, June 6, 2013, the results from the participatory exercise using the GIVE method were presented.

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Big Foot Conferenece. June 6. Results from day 1_Tamara Mitrofanenko Big Foot Conferenece. June 6. Results from day 1_Tamara Mitrofanenko Presentation Transcript

  • www.bigfoot-project.eu 1. How can the work of Big Foot be sustained in the involved municipalities and beyond? • Repeat the experience working at different levels: national, regional, local and make a touristic itinerary involving many stakeholders
  • www.bigfoot-project.eu 2. What knowledge and experiences of young and old people can be used for sustainable regional development? Young: • adapt old ideas and acknowledge to modern life using technologies and make sure that the younger generations stay in touch with the local community • passion, drive and new approaches to living in the mountains Old: • promoting green tourism, ensuring that traditional products are promoted in the regions • knowledge of how to do more with less •meaning and background of values, behavior, ways, old values communicated to the young people
  • www.bigfoot-project.eu 3. What can ensure the use of intergenerational learning as a valuable policy instrument for regional development? 1. Action on local, regional, national and international level 2. Various types of formalization 3. Methods: sharing lessons learned, including in formal educational programmes, local action plans 4. Approach diverse policies: ESD, protected areas, etc