Fab City Hubs as New Places of Learning

The CENTRINNO H2020 project has recently run a webinar inviting European creative hubs to present cases of formal or non formal learning actions aiming at engaging young people and adults. The discussion focused on the new role creative hubs can cover in education through innovative approaches, very much connected with the community and local reality, oriented to needs and challenges perceived directly by the local population. 

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