Post Human Architect

A Methodology for Educating to Sustainable Social Innovation in Decentralized Areas
The Post-Human Architect project is a project funded by the Erasmus+ program for VET providers. 

The project moves forward from the concept of the New European Bauhaus plan and aims at developing, testing, and disseminating an innovative methodology to be used by Vocational Education providers and trainers in decentralized areas to educate learners to sustainable development and social innovation.  

 

The Post-Human Architect project intends to achieve these specific concrete objectives: 

– Design and disseminate a framework of skills accompanying the green transition. Post-Human Architect skills framework will identify and describe those hard and soft skills with a specific reference to decentralized areas.

Design, test and disseminate a training methodology with training tools to be used by VET trainers in their activities with learners from decentralized areas. 

Design, test and disseminate an educational game to practice the skills of Post-Human Architect in an informal, interactive and attractive way. The game will allow VET systems in decentralized areas to deliver a more attractive training offer.

– Create a certification system, in line with national and European qualification frameworks, for recognition and certification of Post-Human Architect skills. The European Skills Agenda highlights the importance for learners to prove their skills and communicate them when applying for further learning or for a job. The project will therefore provide VET organisations and learners with a recognised certificate linked with Europass. 

Program details

Program: Erasmus+  

Key Action 2: Partnership for cooperation for VET providers  

Start: 01-01-2021 – End: 01-01-2024  

Project number: 2021-1-SE01-KA220-VET-000028193  

Total budget: 237 025 EUR  

Project partners

Changemaker Educations 

Changemaker Educations has been running educations for over 25 years and educated several thousand people within the games, tech and creative industries. We started our journey in Stockholm, Sweden, and today have five hubs in Sweden (Stockholm, Gothenburg, Boden, Skellefteå, Karlstad) and one hub in Norway (Nordreisa). Futuregames is the brand name for our game educations,  

Our vision is to provide each individual with the competence and the context they need to be able to contribute to sustainable change, for themselves and for society. Our mission is to be a school that provides innovative education that gives people updated skills and tools to solve today’s and tomorrow’s challenges. 

 

Einurd 

Einurð was founded in 2010 and is an organization involved in adult education and community development. Einurð employs experts in management, research, education and training. Einurð collaborators are mostly non-profit organizations including schools and education centers on all levels from preschools to universities as well as organizations and centers of innovation and community development. Einurð operations include: consulting, research, surveys, development of educational resources, equal pay auditing and validation of informal learning, development of curriculums and training models both face to face and distributed or e-learning.  Einurð has also provided organizations with trained project managers for local, transnational, long- and short term projects. 

 

Farm Cultural Park 

Farm Cultural Park is one of the most influential independent cultural centers of the contemporary cultural world and one of the liveliest projects of rethinking and rebirth of dying cities. 

 When everything seemed doomed to collapse, a small Cultural Centre choose art and culture to renew an Historical Centre and to give a new identity and a future to a City with no past nor present. 

 It’s always very hard to explain what Farm Cultural Park is. 

Every year thousands of artists, creatives, journalists or just visitors share their experiences to rethink new ways to live, work and be together. 

For this reason we talk about ”People’s Museum”. 

 Farm Cultural Park has been the winner of countless awards including the prestigious award of the American Foundation of the same name Curry Stone Design Prize, as one of the 100 international experiences that have produced the greatest social impact in the world in the last ten years and Human Design City Award; invited in 2012 and 2016 to the Venice Architecture Biennale and published in the most important national and international media such as The Guardian, Vogue and Domus. 

 In recent years, Farm Cultural Park has been presented in Washington, Pittsburgh and Detroit as a guest of the American State Department, at the Dublin Global Platform, guest of the European Union, in Meishan in China, guest of Unesco and in Abu Dhabi on the occasion of the World Urban Forum 10 hosted by the United Nations. 

Farm is Official Partner of New European Bauhaus 

 

 

IC-Geoss 

IC Geoss is a non-profit adult education center founded and owned by the Municipality of Litija. They are implementing publicly recognized formal secondary education programs for adults, higher educational programs for adults, informal publicly valid educational trainings for young people and non-formal education programmes for different target groups for more than 60 years. 

In cooperation with the employment office, centers for social work, NGOs, private and public institutions, schools, they develop and implement inclusive andragogical programs and materials for their educators/mentors/counselors and for vulnerable groups with fewer opportunities – their members/clients/target groups (migrants, refugees, rural population, people with intellectual disabilities, unemployed, lower educated, drop-outs, elderly people, people with mild disorders-dyslexia, disabled people).  

Activities of IC Geoss are carried out by 11 employees of initial associates with VII. level of education, pedagogical education and more than 100 contractual associates.  

In IC Geoss, approximately 1000 adult learners per year are involved in various educational programs. In our work they follow local, regional, national and wider European needs in line with European values.  

 

Sineglossa 

Sineglossa is a cultural ecosystem based in Italy. We foster new sustainable development models in response to global challenges by applying the processes of contemporary art.   

The approach as well as the results are what we call New Renaissance: a cross-fertilization platform aimed at designing solutions that benefit the whole community.  

Sineglossa is official partner of the New European Bauhaus, the movement launched by Ursula Von Der Leyen fostering a beautiful, sustainable and inclusive Green New Deal. 

 

 

AALBORG UNIVERSITY – KNOWLEDGE FOR THE WORLD 

All degree programmes and research activities at Aalborg University are problem and project-based. Through strong interplay between staff and students and intense collaboration with public and private sectors, we offer degree programmes with a real-world approach and provide world-class research. This results in new insights, new solutions to societal challenges and knowledge that changes the world. 

AAU is internationally recognised as a mission-oriented university that contributes to sustainable development and for its outstanding foundational, transformative and interdisciplinary research. AAU produce graduates with in-depth, discipline-specific knowledge and a focus on holistic thinking who can contribute to – and collaborate on – solving present-day and future challenges. AAU has developed a specific problem- and project-based learning model with a focus on digitalisation, entrepreneurship and the integration of SSH (social science and humanities) and STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics including IT). That makes AAU an attractive partner for private companies and public sector authorities and institutions, and our knowledge partnerships are mutual, focused and help to create change, with sustainability as a central theme of activities. 

In 2021, AAU had more than 22.000 students and more than 3.000 academic staff.