Let’s Think Sustainably – Teaching Youth for Sustainable Community Development
Trough the project ˝Let’s Think Sustainably – Teaching Youth for Sustainable Community Development˝ we will strengthen contribution of associations to sustainable development (SD) through training of secondary school students on principles of SD and encourage their inclusion in life of local communities in Zagreb, Rijeka, Split and Osijek.
Young people are driving forces of each society and their active participation in social life is a generator of development. For personal development of students, it is important that their attitude towards information and knowledge is critical. We will develop this by applying different strategies of teaching for critical thinking and through their activities in school and community.
Teachers will be educated so that they can, in synergy with associations, encourage future generations to reflect and be more involved in SD of their community.
- SD Academy for teachers
- Education of students on SD and volunteering
- Involvement of 500 students in activities in schools and community volunteering
- Educational package, which can be used in other schools.
Replication of the outcomes is possible in other schools. Sustained effect will be achieved through Curriculum for SD, educational materials, volunteer clubs, etc.
Project coordinator: ODRAZ – Sustainable Community Development
Partners: Association for Civil Society Development SMART, Association “MI˝ – Split, Osijek Volunteer Center, 1st Gymnasium Osijek, The Private High School for Arts Zagreb and School of Design, Graphics and Sustainable Construction Split
Duration of the project: 10 June 2019 – 10 June 2021
Total project value: 1.438.238,51 HRK
Financing: The project is 90% co-financed through the Swiss-Croatian cooperation program as a support to the strengthening of the contribution of civil society organizations to education for sustainable development for the improvement of economic and social cohesion in the amount of 1.294.414,66 HRK. Project is co-financed by the Government Office for Cooperation with NGOs.
The views expressed in this text are the sole responsibility of ODRAZ and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Government Office for Cooperation with NGOs.