This publication was created by Argonauta association as an outcome of the Training Course «Save Our Seas», which they organised and hosted with the support and expertise of Biodiversa and other 7 partners.
It contains 6 workshops created by participants in the training. The booklet is meant to serve as open-source material for youth trainers/youth workers and other educators to use when including current environmental topics into their projects and workshops.
The workshops are “ready-to-use” as they are or they can be generators of further ideas, they can be adapted, or some parts of them can be used isolated. We hope SOS e-booklet will be useful and will inspire you in your future work!
Click here to download the booklet.
Biodiversa has partnered up with PUSH Sweden and other 7 organisations from different countries to create a training week focusing on climate justice.
The training will take place in the south of Sweden from 5-9th of October 2015. Biodiversa will be sending up to 5 participants to the training. The 43 participants will go through a number of workshops discussing climate justice, theory of change… and together create a one hour workshop about climate justice. The participants are then expected to bring the workshop back home and deliver it for other youth for educational purposes. Sigue leyendo
The final results of the evaluation of International Young Nature Friends Networking Conference, which took place in Tuscany, Italy, in May this year (2014) and in which Biodiversa participated with a workshop on «Transformative Learning» are finally out.
And guess what?!:
Biodiversa’s workshop on «Transformative Learning for Sustainable Living», delivered by Esther Vallado, was considered to be one of the two most beneficial parts of the programme, together with the «dynamic space» in which participants shared ideas and plans. Here you can see the infographic that they prepared with the results of the evaluation:
We are so happy to hear that our workshop
was so useful for the participants!!
Other feedback on this workshop:
“Transformative learning for sustainable living” was one of the sessions with more engagement and discussion amongst the participants, as they were confronted with unfamiliar situations and dilemmas, which questioned the way we perceive reality and interact with one another. (Extracted from http://www.iynf.org/quick-news/iynf-networking-conference-2014-resilient-cities-resilient-youth)
The programme was really instructive and informative and well-organized (I have to highlight here Esther’s presentation on Transformative Learning, and all activities we had about sharing opinions and ideas). (Extracted from http://www.iynf.org/quick-news/networking-conference»resilient-cities-resilient-youth»)
You can check our post about this workshop in the following link: