Advocating for climate change and justice through participatory skills building

Climate change is a reality affecting all countries, communities and individuals. However, as any worldwide issue, the impacts of climate change do not affect equally all. Less developed countries, remote and rural regions and vulnerable groups suffer more than others with the effects of climate change.

The C-ROADS project draws on the potential of community-based participatory research methods to mobilise European individuals, groups and organisations to become true actors of change towards climate action and justice.

Target Audience
  • Adult education professionals
  • Civil society associations, non-governmental organisations and public institutions
  • European citizens
  • Development of a Didactic App with seven personalised Advocacy Learning Pathways on climate change and participatory skills building.
  • Design of seven Didactic Escape Rooms to develop communitie’s participatory skills on climate action and justice.
  • Creation of an online crash course on Thematic Photovoice methodology to upskill adult educators.
  • Elaboration of a Hands-on Guide for Educators on the use of visual methodologies to assess the relationship between ecosystems and human well-being and to understand community perceptions of climate change and its effects on a local level.
  • Mindshift Talent Advisory – Portugal
  • Fundação Eugénio de Almeida (coordinator) – Portugal
  • Danmar Computers – Poland
  • Istanbul Valiligi – Turkey
  • Solidaridad Sin Fronteras – Spain
  • Forum Citoyens – Burgers – Belgium
  • Future in Perspective – Ireland
  • CEDRU – Portugal

31.12.2022 – 30.12.2024


ERASMUS+, Strategic partnership for development of innovation