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SDGs Intelligence

- ERASMUS+ small scale cooperation partnership -

- 01 March 2024 to 31 March 2025 -

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The project aims to reconnect youth with sustainable actions by providing a peaceful and meaningful pathway to be part of the solution through discussions and conversations that stimulate their creativity and critical thinking. The project aims to harness their intrinsic motivation for action, enhance their understanding of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and empower them to infuse these global goals into their local contexts. By fostering their critical thinking and problem-solving skills, the project seeks to transform the youth into informed changemakers who can contribute significantly to the social, economic, and environmental dimensions of sustainability, while enhancing their inclusion into the society in topics that matter to them..


- to develop transversal competences in various sustainability-relevant topics, including green skills and strategies;


- to provide future-oriented innovative educational materials that better meet the needs of young individuals;


- to prepare young people to become true agents of change and build local initiatives and take sustainability actions (e.g. save resources, reduce energy use and waste, compensate for carbon footprint emissions, opt for sustainable food and mobility choices, etc.


1. Development of a tool "BOX" for Dialogue about SDGs

   - This box will have 60 cards that support initiative dialogue around three different dimensions of sustainability.


2. Training of Trainer:

   - The training empowers youth workers to use the developed box as an educational tool with youth.


3. Local pilots:

   - The trained youth workers utilize the developed box to organise local workshops for youth.


1. Youth Workers:
   - Youth workers are crucial facilitators in this project. They are tasked with conducting and guiding the educational and engagement activities designed for young people. Their role involves using specially designed educational materials such as the "Box of cards on sustainability matters" to initiate critical discussions and stimulate deeper understanding of sustainability among the youth. Hence, the project provides training for these youth workers, equipping them with the necessary skills and knowledge to effectively use the educational tools created for the project. This training not only enhances their capacity to lead discussions and workshops but also helps them to foster environments where young people can openly explore and develop their understanding of sustainable practices. Eventually, by being at the forefront of this initiative, youth workers have the opportunity to shape young minds, encouraging a more informed and active approach to sustainability. This role also enhances their expertise in non-formal education settings, broadening their professional scope and potential impact in their communities.

2. Young People:
   - Young people are the primary beneficiaries of the project. The initiative aims to engage them through non-formal education methods that promote understanding and action regarding sustainability. Through workshops, discussions, and practical activities like local sustainability actions, young people are encouraged to connect with the principles of sustainable development actively. Hence, the project focuses on developing transversal competences in sustainability-related topics among young people, including green skills and sustainable decision-making strategies. It aims to prepare them to be agents of change, capable of integrating sustainability into their daily lives and local communities. Eventually, the engagement through the project not only increases awareness and knowledge about sustainability issues but also fosters a sense of responsibility and empowerment. By participating, young people can gain leadership experiences and opportunities to voice their perspectives on sustainability, potentially influencing broader societal change.

Implementation of the project:

- Mapping good practices that encourage youth to engage in sustainability actions.
- Co-designing a Box of cards on sustainability matters that help to initiate critical discussions on sustainability.

- Conducting training for youth workers on how to use the designed cards.
- Local pilots organised by trained youth workers for young people making practical use of Box of cards.
- Social media campaign to raise public awareness of sustainability

Results of the project::

- By including sustainable practices in non-formal activities youth become more aware of the issues facing our world. They will feel involved and responsible, which leads to a greater sense of purpose and involvement in society. Encouraging and supporting youth-led sustainability initiatives will provide them with leadership opportunities and a platform to voice their concerns and solutions. Also, their learned green skills can help them get a job in the green economy, thereby fostering inclusion.

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