Our experience at Global Roots has opened our eyes even more to why arts and culture are important elements in the world of children and young people, including when it comes to sustainable education. Because arts and culture can, if anything, challenge the way we think and pave the way for empathy, social intelligence and critical thinking. But most of all, arts and culture can develop and stimulate our imagination, imagination and creativity, which are necessary skills on the road to a more sustainable world.

Global Roots explores the work of creating a co-creative development project across European borders. You can read more about it on the website, where you will also find a short documentary from the project.