The team of Global Local project, 2019-1-UK01-KA201-061960, gathered online for their second meeting on the 9th, July, 2020. The project looks to explore and challenge the idea that outward mobility is only accessible to a minority of young people from privileged backgrounds. The project will challenge young people through an Interactive Online Game that will be developed to demonstrate the benefits and different mobility pathways. Through a series of problem-solving activities, the game will address multiple barriers and advantages to travelling outside the local area.
Partners discussed the work done and the pending tasks for the elaboration of the first two intellectual outputs: Global Local Charter and E-book of best practices and Global Local Online Game-Concept and Content Creation.
The team is coordinated by Aspire-international from the United Kingdom, Business Foundation for Education/Фондация на бизнеса за образованието from Bulgaria, Instituto para el fomento del desarrollo y la formación from Spain, Leeds City College from the United Kingdom, Unitatea de Cercetare în Educație – fost ISE from Romania and Cooperative d’Initiative Juenes from France.