The EU-funded project MYSEA, which has training in the Blue & Green Economy as its core activity, conducted creative workshops to enable young people and women to broaden their range of knowledge, putting transversal, sectoral, and digital skills alongside the creative ones that can be a great tool for working in sustainable economies.

Among other activities, MYSEA youth and women attended video-making and photography workshops: under the guidance of professional technical staff as teachers, the trainees made a number of mini-documentaries on the topics of agri-food and waste management. We highlight here some particularly noteworthy works.

MYSEA aims at increasing the employability of youth, women and NEETs in the agri-food and waste management industries by developing training oriented to both sectors and strengthening local governance and sector-skills alliances between economic actors and TVET institutions to align the education curricula with sector’s needs… more