Water is Life – Education on Water & Sustainability 1 agosto, 2017 | Redazione A Sud

acquaA Sud partecipa alla promozione del progetto Erasmus+ Water is Life – Educational Approaches on Water and Sustainability, coordinato dall’organizzazione tedesca Obuk.

Si tratta di un progetto di formazione diretto a chi lavora con i giovani sui temi di acqua e giustizia ambientale, fornendo loro un’opportunità di formazione e scambio di conoscenze e pratiche: Water is Life prevede per i partecipanti dieci giorni di formazione a Berlino.

L’obiettivo della formazione è di sperimentare nuovi approcci educativi, scoprire e scambiare metodologie che possano combinare le varie dimensioni ecologiche, economiche, sociali, politiche e dei diritti umani legati all’acqua e alla sostenibilità. I partecipanti avranno l’opportunità di provare, valutare e discutere attraverso giochi di simulazione, escursioni e visite guidate e tante altri metodi interattivi e non formali legati all’educazione interculturale, ambientale e all’aperto.

Il periodo di formazione a Berlino prevede, dietro pagamento di una quota di partecipazione di 100€, viaggio, vitto, alloggio e formazione intera.

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Fino al 20 agosto puoi mandare qui  la tua candidatura.

 

EDUCATION ON WATER AND SUSTAINABILITY
22 SEPTEMBRE – 1 OCTOBER 2017
BERLIN, GERMANY

 

The training is aimed at full-time and voluntary youth workers (32 participants) from Germany, Romania, Albania, Slovakia, Serbia, Tunisia, Finland and Italy, especially those who are invested in environmental education. It is imperative for us to strongly involve youth workers who are dealing with economic and social disadvantages. We also aim to win persons with an immigration background and fugitives as participants for the training, as well as the pedagogical professionals who are working with this specific target group.

Following the title “Water is Life – Educational Approaches on Water and Sustainability”, we will try out educational approaches and methods for 10 days. We will discover and exchange methods which will enable the participants to cover the various dimensions (ecological, economic, social and political, human rights) of the topic “water & sustainability” in their educational day-to-day work.
The training strongly focuses on getting to know different pedagogical approaches in a direct manner. Thus, the participants will have the opportunity to try out, evaluate and discuss a variety of methods: a simulation game, excursions and guided tours, nutrition based on a sustainability index, as well as other interactive & non-formal methods which are tied to intercultural, environmental and outdoor education. In addition, participants will be taught background and basic knowledge about water and sustainability.

The pedagogical methods will enable the participants to incorporate the topic “water and sustainability” into the context of youth work. This includes the ability to motivate young people to change their mindset towards a more sustainable use of water and to engage themselves for the human right to water and sanitation. Furthermore, the participants will learn that the water crisis requires international efforts and global solutions; the training will offer them a variety of tools to incorporate this knowledge in their daily pedagogical work.

 

If you like to be a part of the training, please register online via http://obuk-ev.org/online-application.

 

Per info scrivere a luciegreyl@asud.net

 

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