InSET, as Albania's partner in the Erasmus+ RecyclArt Project – creative recycling designed to protect the environment, organized in Tirana Multiplier Event Promoting Output RecyclArt.
InSET, the Institute for Sustainable Development, Environment and Tourism, a research institute established in the field of entrepreneurship, sustainable development, innovation, tourism, environment, organized the promotional event for the dissemination of the results of the REcyclArt project to interest groups.
RecyclArt is an Erasmus+ Project in adult education on recycling, circular economy, and innovative creative methods. InSET presented the project and the project's platform for users and the benefits of networking with stakeholders regarding employment and start-up opportunities.
During the event, the participants were informed on the project and its results and interacted with the platform created to increase learning opportunities, certification and further use of recycling activities as a job and entrepreneurship opportunity.
Stakeholders or the interest groups did not only participate in the dissemination of findings but also in finding future opportunities towards circular economy. Thus, the first group (public institutions) consisted of representatives from the Ministry of Tourism and Environment, Agriculture, the Municipalities of Tirana and Vlora, etc. who discussed the support of public institutions, as well as the need for projects and engagement of civil society for the promotion of entrepreneurship in the field of circular economy.
The second group in this final event consisted of trained individuals, job seekers and young people participating in the workshop organized during the second phase of the project, who discussed the workshop benefits on recycling and connection with innovative and artistic methods.
The third group consisted of civil society representatives who became an active part of this promotional activity regarding issues related to circular economy, environment, and recycling.
The fourth group consisted of Experts and Recyclers who, in addition to considering the findings and especially the use of the platform in the future efficient, also discussed networking and further opportunities for cooperation towards the priorities agreed with the participants to increase the impact on a circular and sustainable economy.
Institute for Sustainable Development, Environment and Tourism