We aim to provide the general public with options to embrace a more socially-conscious lifestyle without feeling the transition.
How do we identify issues and market gaps?
We are currently focusing on waste and food waste, gender equality and digital literacy. For each of these issues, we mediate between academics, civil society and the private sector to first understand the system behind the problem, and then identify impact gaps where bottom-up initiatives could prove to be useful.
What happens afterwards?
Two things. We ideate internally and come up with initiatives and implement them with our partners. And, we refine these mediation sessions into specific challenges and give them to the participants of our annual conference ONE DAY where participants work in groups to come up with ideas. We select the best ideas, and implement them ourselves internally. We pride ourselves for being an implementation mechanism. No more ideation sessions where nothing happens afterwards!
We ideate and implement projects with the output of:
We aim to integrate non-political social education in schools across the country.
We believe that mindset is one of the main issues. That’s why we create and deliver engaging workshops in middle and high schools (10-18 year-olds) across Vienna to teach kids about waste, food waste, gender equality and digital literacy in an effort to raise more socially-conscious generations. We create activities to engage audiences that has never been confronted with these issues or are not sensitive to the issue at all.
One of our organisational goals is to create a replicable framework for our workshops, which can be shared with other schools for educators to implement themselves in the long run.