We can divide results according to the definitions of outputs (tangible products) and outcomes (intangible added value).
-eBook (booklet): Click to see the booklet in 6 different languages.
-Video: Click for the final video of the project.
-Project Visual Resources: Click for media page.
-Participants and organizations have exchanged their ideas and good practices during the whole project, not only during mobility activities (we organized some specific spaces for it), but also using internet and other ways of communication. Some activities done at a local level has been taken as an example for other partner countries and put into practice.
-Participants have gained a lot of experience and acquired many competences that can use in their daily work. People with any knowledge about pedagogy before the project, now they can use methodological sheet, plan their class and can train other people. The same with knowledge and competences in the social field, in youth work, emotional intelligence, event organization, etc. Participants received their Youthpass certificate.
-A new informal network of organizations using urban art as a socio-educational tool has been established and more organizations expressed their interest in being part of it (from Croatia, Nicaragua, Germany, etc.), for this reason we applied for new projects together.
-Better understanding of the situation where young people from other country of the world live. Urban artist that participated in the meeting in Guatemala, as well as participants in contact with people from Guatemala, and its dissemination, make possible to better know the situation of violence that exists in Guatemala.
-Live performances using urban art to spread values and making possible the personal development of local population have been organized.
-Local population and other organizations in the field of youth get awareness on urban art as a motivating and socio-educational tool for young people, especially those with fewer opportunities.
-Urban artists are more aware of being a reference for other young people and that they can use urban art for making possible the construction of a better society.