D2.3 Models and methods for preventing the youth marginalisation and creating local dialogue accomplished

Satu Miettinen, Essi Kuure, Silvia Remotti, Fabrizio Pierandrei, Stefano Anfossi, Valentina Vezzani, Retha de la Harpe, Mayowa Ogundaini, Michelle van Wyk, Tang Tang, Paul Wilson, Dian Li, Alessandro Medici, Daniel Brackenbury, Valentina Perzolla, Julia Damman

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This deliverable is explaining how service design methods are enabling and creating
local dialogue between the San youth and their stakeholders as well as preventing
youth marginalization. Service design methodology is a tool that enables local
dialogue and initiates citizen and community members to take part in reform or
transformation of their roles within the communities. The service design methods
utilized in PARTY project are based on the idea of promoting civil action and
participation in developing one’s own community, livelihood and public service
structures. This engagement and participation is constructed by using service design
methods. The project has focused on developing three models that enable
participation and dialogue in various societal levels from grass-root action to more
strategic action where transformation is taking place through stakeholder dialogue
and long-term commitment through education, capacity building and curricula design.
These three models are called:
1. PARTY Training the trainers model for service design capacity building that is
realized with //Ana-Jeh San Trust and NUST in Namibia, as well as with !Khwa ttu
and CPUT in South Africa
2. Model for San organisations to increase communication with the key stakeholders
with !Khwa ttu and CPUT in South Africa
3. Creating grass-root action through art, creativity and embodiment GRACE model
with SASI and N❘❘uu language school in South Africa
KustantajaParticipatory Development with Youth PARTY
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