STePS pioneers approaches to formal and non-formal learning to enable personal growth as well as inclusive and sustainable change in organizations and territories. To this purpose STePS elaborates and manages demand-driven projects aiming at the empowerment of individuals through personalized, collaborative and participative forms of learning. We favour equitable learning opportunities by using museum, libraries, theatres, gardens and even supermarkets as alternative learning environments but we do not renounce fundamental activities like proper training need analysis, assessment and validation of competences. STePS regularly cooperates with DipSA - UNIBO and its network of SMEs, associations and local authorities in different European, national and local projects for the promotion of urban agriculture.
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Contact person: Francesca Magrefi