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The ‘ESCAPERS’ project is driven by a set of ambitious objectives aimed at fostering intergenerational connections, promoting social inclusion for seniors, and contributing to the preservation of European cultural heritage:

The objectives of the project are:

  1. Intergenerational Learning: Promote game-based learning opportunities that bridge generational gaps.
  2. Social Inclusion: Combat senior isolation by actively involving them in engaging activities.
  3. Lifelong Learning: Enhance the value of seniors in society by transferring their memories to younger generations.
  4. Digital Empowerment: Empower seniors with digital skills to bridge the technological divide.
  5. Civic Engagement: Encourage younger generations to actively participate in societal development.
  6. Professional Development: Strengthen the skills of adult educators and relevant professionals to effectively implement the project.

Project Results:

Throughout the project’s lifecycle, the following tangible outcomes will be achieved:

  • ‘ESCAPERS Methodological Guide’ providing a comprehensive framework for the project’s implementation.
  • 5 unique ‘ESCAPERS Games’ fostering intergenerational learning and social inclusion.
  • A guide on setting up and managing ‘ESCAPERS Local Labs’ for community engagement.
  • All project results will be available in English, Greek, Italian, and Spanish, ensuring accessibility for all stakeholders.

Project Impact:

  • Strengthen the skills of trainers through the Learning Teaching Training Activities.
  • Engage 100 individuals from the target groups, promoting active participation.
  • Empower 50 adult trainers and professionals through learning and utilization of project materials.


The following organizations are involved in the project: 





This project  has been co-funded by the Erasmus + Programme of the European Union

Project Number: 2023-1-EL01-KA220-ADU-000153091

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