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Improving knowledge about the issues and opportunities of a neighbourhood or an area, and understanding more about the citizens, their culture and problems.


  • Interactive Learning

  • Cultural Connection


2 -3 hours


  • Orientation skills

  • self confidence & self esteem


Knowledge about the area, providing participants with a quick guideline as to what they are asked to do.

Special attention is needed to - the needs of participants with difficulties of orientation; - to their capacity of using online and/or physical maps; - to people with mobility issues or/and other disabilities; - to children eventually involved attention is needed to following them but without limiting the freedom of their reflection.


  • Smartphone/Ipad/Camera

  • Dice (Real or virtual)

  • maps(printed or map application


1. Preparation:

Arrange a visit to a cultural area or create a designated space that showcases various cultural elements. - Explain the activity to participants, encouraging them to observe, interact, and collect items that resonate with their cultural identity.

2. Walkabout:

Introduce the WALKABOUT method: Instruct participants to use their mobile phones and open the "Electronic Dice" application. - Provide an example link (e.g., or suggest virtual dice websites. - Establish a simple orientation system (e.g., 1: Go straight, 2: Turn left, 3: Turn right, 4: Turn back). - Encourage participants to determine their preferences for each number and direction pairing. - Emphasize that the rolled number will determine their next direction or action during the cultural exploration.


Instruct participants to explore the area using the walkabout method and capture photos. 4. Presentation and Discussion: - Return to the room (or another designated area) and invite participants to present their photos and share their experiences.


Incorporate a creative activity such as ornamental painting, collaborative painting, or video creation using the pictures and images collected by the participants.