EaRLY project seeks to develop skills and inclusion of new generations through creativity and arts. The project aims to contribute to improve the quality of life in European remote territories by fostering creative approaches and developing new tools and methods to preservation of Cultural Heritage and its transmission to future generations. EaRLY matches the “old ways” - experience, practices, knowledge of the elderly population, with new generations through creativity to activate new trends - circular economy and community development.

The core target groups and beneficiaries of EaRLY are:

  • active and healthy citizens living in the 3rd Age (60+);
  • young people facing difficulties in entering the labour market, or young people that aren’t expressing their skills or creativity.