The CARAVANE project is structured around two central pillars that are critical to its mission and objectives: sustainability and social inclusion. These pillars are not only foundational to the project’s approach but are also deeply intertwined with its broader goals.

Emphasizing sustainability, and aligned with the European Green Deal and the New European Bauhaus, this project aims to co-create and spread eco-friendly practices and enhance awareness of sustainable development through cultural activities. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of socio-environmental sustainability concepts integrated directly into their artistic endeavors. They will be encouraged to weave environmental responsibility into their art projects, enhancing their work with new tools and skills that promote sustainability. By the end of their involvement in the project, participants are expected to continue applying these practices in their burgeoning professional and artistic careers.

Centered on social inclusion, the CARAVANE project is committed to promoting societal resilience and enhancing social inclusion through culture, particularly for people with disabilities, minority groups, and socially marginalized individuals. It aims to foster intercultural dialogue by creating inclusive spaces for young artists from diverse backgrounds, with a focus on those who are physically or motor disabled or belong to minority groups. This approach is designed to ensure that the artistic co-creation laboratories across participating countries are vibrant with heterogeneous and diverse artist groups. This environment will facilitate dialogue, learning, and mutual enrichment among participants, with special emphasis on establishing a space of equality and social equity.