Low-skilled participants will have the opportunity to acquire skills and competences in a peersharing model in which they can simulate a work-based event experience without failing to meet the expectations found in real-world events and activities. The project will develop a future-proof event model that will maintain pedagogical accessibility even during times of crisis such as that we are experiencing in the last year and will still face in the upcoming years. The demand for in-person as well as online is still very high and continues to be high. With the inclusivity of the JOINUS project, youth organisations from economically challenged regions can continue their internationalization strategy. Online youth events offer the possibility to connect with peers and interact with youth from across Europe, actively involving youth in the learning process, increasing motivation, initiative, creativity and responsibility. Hopefully, this project will build a future-proof solution to allow the events experience to go online, while at the same time enhancing transferable digital skills acquisition for all participants.
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