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Education for Sustainable Development Training
Start date: Jul 1, 2014, End date: Jun 30, 2015 PROJECT  FINISHED 

Education for Sustainable Development Training This is a long-term training programme on holistic approaches to sustainable development for youth workers from 10 European countries. The project build's on ASHA Centre's long-term experience in Education for Sustainable Development projects (we have implemented two long-term programmes within the UK YiA TCP programme in 2012-2013, having trained almost 200 people) The main aim of the programme is to develop youth workers’ competences in using education for sustainable development (ESD) across EU countries using non-formal educational methods. Main project outcomes: increased competences of partner organisations in using ESD, increased co-operation between partners within Erasmus+. The methods applied during the programme foster a holistic approach to sustainable development, including its three dimensions: social, economic and environmental dimensions. The project contents combines experience and expertise of the ASHA Centre staff and resources available locally at the Forest of Dean and across Gloucestershire (Gloucester, Stroud), looking at the connection between local action undertaken by young people and global responsibility of all communities and societies for a sustainable development. The Applicant, the ASHA Foundation, acts as a hosting organisation. The programme includes three training events: the first will focus on environmental sustainability (August 2014), the second, on economic sustainability (October 2014) and the third on social sustainability (January 2015). The programme will involve a total of 90 participants over three courses. Participants come from 10 partner countries: UK, Germany, Romania, Italy, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Lithuania, Croatia, Poland and Portugal.
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