DOIT pilot actions will be running in 10 different European countries. Each pilot runs in two phases, over several actions, and follows the principles of the DOIT Programme. However, each pilot is also individual and unique. They address diverse topics from areas such as Living Together, Education and Future, or Environment and Nature; they have different target groups, for example children from less privileged backgrounds, children in rural areas or children with special needs; and they take place in various settings, be it schools, makerspaces, youth centres or public libraries.
Where do DOIT activities take place and who is involved?
Each pilot partner works with a number of regional organisations that are directly involved in the pilot or in other regional activities, be it as participants, as a venue or as a regional partner. These help us ensure that we can provide wonderful opportunities to a large number of children, young people and other stakeholders, and we are very grateful for their support.
Some of the organisations involved in DOIT activities across Europe are:
(Please note that the list is currently being updated)
Austria (pilot partner 1: Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft m.b.H.)
(pilot partner 2: Zentrum für Soziale Innovation)
Belgium (pilot partner: eduCentrum)
Croatia (pilot partner: University of Zagreb, Faculty of Architecture)
Denmark (pilot partner: Capital of Children A/S)
Finland (pilot partner: Lappeenranta University of Technology)
Germany (pilot partner: mediale pfade.org – Verein für Medienbildung e.V.)
The Netherlands (pilot partner: Stichting Waag Society)
Serbia (pilot partner: Polyhedra d.o.o.)
Slovenia (pilot partner: ZAVOD Kersnikova)
Spain (pilot partner: Institut d’Arquitectura Avançada de Catalunya)
Two other project partners, European Social Entrepreneurship and Innovative Studies Institute (Lithuania) and YouthProAktiv (Belgium), do not run regional pilots but are involved in other important activities and tasks. They work with the following regional collaborators:
On top of the regional pilots and other activities, DOIT encompasses other activities contributing to the ideas behind the project, such as an online pilot, DOIT Challenge for young social innovators, MOOC course for facilitators, final conference and more. We will keep you updated.