CUBES – Cultural Administration Boosting with the Engagement of Sustainability for the local communities
Content submitted by Center for Social Innovation – Panayiota
Submited Date : 05/02/2021

CUBES - Cultural Administration Boosting with the Engagement of Sustainability for the Local Communities is a project co-funded by Erasmus+, aiming to design and develop a training program offered on an inclusive, interactive and user-friendly digital platform, to create and disseminate know-how regarding the sustainable administration of tangible and intangible cultural resources in order to empower all sectors of society, including tourism, the economy and the local communities, to own and administer their cultural resources in sustainable ways, aiming at both cultural democracy, cultural sustainability and sustainable tourism, economy and development.

Main objectives of the CUBES project:
- To empower local communities in the participating countries with knowledge and awareness on significant aspects of cultural administration and sustainable development
- To provide target groups with all the necessary knowledge so that they can act as access point-role mentors in the local communities, taking up the responsibility of informing, guiding, mentoring the other members of the communities in a series of cultural management & sustainability framework
- To give the chance to youth & women of these local communities to act as leaders in their communities
- To digitize the quality of learning content as a driver for systematic change in cultural administration & sustainability and for an increase in the quality of training
- To create and deliver innovative products and training digital tools based on differentiation methodologies and adult education approaches

The partnership of the CUBES project consists of:
Homo Eminens - Lithuania (Project Leader), Center for Social Innovation - Cyprus, MINDSHIFT - Portugal, Sarajevo Meeting of Culture - SMOC (Bosnia Herzegovina), Xenios Polis Culture, Science & Action - Greece, GRIPEN - Romania, NGO Support Center - Cyprus, University of Peloponnese - Greece, Assembly of European Regions (France)