The public benefit consists in building sustainable and circular economies, enhancing and transferring the Creative Knowledges (i.e. the cultural heritage: the contemporary evolution of traditional knowledge-based practices that have adjusted to the rules of nature and have learned how work with it) of a community (such as producers, artisans, artists in every field…) to the future generations.
We pursue this goal by raising awareness and promoting access to Culture through digital, in line with the principles contained in the “Ventotene Digitale” Manifesto (2017) and the Faro Convention (2005).
We support the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations 2030 Agenda (SDGs UN2030) and contribute to the building of resilient communities that are knowledgeable and responsible for their heritage, so as everyone can carry on his/her work in an effective, dignified and rewarding way.
We are committed to support the training of the new generations into those professions linked to the creativity and culture of a territory, and to help the intergenerational knowledge transfer and the development of sustainable economic models in those territories.
Our social commitment is based on the four-underlying principle of the UN2030 SDGs.
In order to be socially responsible KOOR Benefit Corporation adopts innovative practices together with the latest IT solutions.
The format “The Future? Is under your feet!” proposes the TRuST™ solution for digital and heritage storytelling: through photos, texts and videos individual users, companies, organizations and local institutions can narrate their traditions, creativities and uniqueness and build a strong sense of their local identity.
The Edutelling™ solution with its training tool for the new generations adds greater value to the format “The Future? Is under your feet!”, because it raises the value of traditional and local jobs by reinterpreting them in a modern key and favor the intergenerational knowledge transfer to reduce the phenomenon of depopulation of the territories and the “human capital flight”, while favoring the development of sustainable local businesses.