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1. “Walkscapes Handbook”

The “Walkscapes Handbook” will consist in a digital manual codifying the methods, objectives and educational outcomes of Walkscaping. The handbook will serve to the realization of the Walkscapes planned during the project’s lifecycle and as a training manual for any organization and stakeholder who may wish to implement Walkscaping as an educational activity.

2. Four Walkscapes

During the project period, both partners will carry out 2 Walkscapes in their own cities, i.e., Parma and Kaunas. The Walkscapes carried out will aim to test the methodology devised on the project’s target groups, mostly composed of 15-20 young participants (18 – 30 years old). During these activities, participants will have the opportunity to engage in stimulating activities that will help them reflect and imagine new ways to live their own cities.

3. Two Training of Trainers (TOTs)

This activity will aim to equip the participants of the previous Walkscapes with the proper skills to manage their own Walkscape. The TOTs will be carried out in the form of a Walkscape organized and carried out by the target groups, who will be constantly supported by the project partners. The TOT in Kaunas (LT), will be carried out during a joint-staff training event, including both staff members from LUP and eMundus, while, in Parma, it will be implemented independently by the sole project coordinator.

4. Dossier

The last result will be a “Dossier” illustrating the results achieved during the whole project’s implementation phase and, especially, the feedback received by all the participants of the Walkscapes carried out. Based on the results achieved, the feedback and suggestions received from stakeholders and project participants, partners will also include in this document a list of policy recommendations for municipalities or any other relevant public authority dealing with topics and issues related to education, sustainable urbanism, ecology or social issues. The goal of this result is twofold: from one side, it aims to illustrate the outcomes and impact of the project, and, on the other hand, it will provide, through a multi-stakeholder bottom-up approach, relevant suggestions to policy-makers.

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