“CSDGs” uses Storytelling, Dance and Digital Games as three Creative Arts for creating more awareness regarding the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The innovation of the project lies in using the arts as a means to enhance creativity, a key competence which has been identified by the World Economic Forum as one of the sixteen 21st-Century skills. The key goal is to instill creative skills in young practitioners and VET teachers to empower them to work towards attaining the SDGs identified: Life Below Water, Quality Education and Gender Equality.


The partners in the Erasmus+ funded project “CSDGs: Embracing the Sustainable Development Goals through Creative Arts" are Copernicus Science Centre, Warsaw, Fondazzjoni Kreattivita'\Spazju Kreattiv, Malta, OFF Alapitvany\Hodworks, Budapest, Hungary, University of Malta\Artificial Intelligence, Lignin Stories as well as Seven Stories, The National Centre for Children's Books.