Welcome to the e-learning platform of the RESCUE project
Our project aims to rehabilitate abandoned public areas by involving local actors to take ownership of the area and create social links through innovative methods of non-formal education and citizen participation. We believe that giving a second life to these areas by developing economic and/or cultural activities contributes to upgrading our territory by directly involving the inhabitants.
Within the partner local communities, there are many abandoned public spaces, especially in popular neighborhoods. Restoring life to these places in the communities helps to improve the well-being of the inhabitants, to feel integrated into their community and to create new opportunities for the development of the territory.
As a part of project activities, we conducted research about abandoned public spaces and their potential for community development. The Research report is available in English, French, Italian, Greek and Hungarian languages. You can download them on this page.
Here you can download RESCUE guides in English, French, Greek, Italian and Hungarian languages.
Here, you can download our RESCUE magazines.
As a part of the project, activities are also the development of an e-learning platform with training courses that should support the needs of adults who wish to invest as social entrepreneurs to renew and operate abandoned public spaces.
Currently, there are three training courses that you can access and attend.