Database of good practices
Jump into sustainable lifestyle
by The Lithuanian Children and Youth Centre (LCYC)
The awareness of the human impact on the environment has increased, and there is a greater focus on personal as well as global consequences of individual lifestyle choices, unfortunately, sustainable development is still not a central topic of educational system in the Baltic states. To solve this problem, The Lithuanian Children and Youth Centre (LCYC) has started Erasmus + project „Jump into Sustainable Lifestyle“, whose aim is to intensively disseminate and adapt innovative practices of education for sustainable development in partnering countries.
Priority areas: sustainable development
When: Since 2018
To whom: School teachers, School administration, Students and their family members
Type of action: Project
inEDU inclusive education model for children with migrant background in pre-schools
by Eesti People to People
“inEDU” is project of Erasmus+ Programme Key Action 3: Support for policy reform. Social inclusion through education, training and youth. The duration of the project is 24 months starting on December 2016. Coordinator is the Foundation in Support of Local Democracy (FSLD) from Poland.
Priority areas: intercultural dialogue
When: Since December 2016
To whom: Children with migration background in chosen preschool institutions in partner countries, teachers, sraff and NGOs workers
Type of action: Project
SDG-training for Youth worker
Südwind invited 28 youth workers from five different countries to Vienna for an international SDG training. For one week the participants dealt with the SDGs in different ways and got to know various methods. Through the insight into the work of civil society initiatives, many tips for their own work could be collected. At a theatre workshop, the participants practiced methodical communication of the SDGs. With the help of a future lab, they worked on transforming dreams of a better world into concrete actions and workshop guidelines.
Priority areas: sustainable development, SDGs, global education, training
Where: Vienna, Austria
To whom: European youth workers
Type of action: Workshop
Global Education in Digital Era
by Open education centre
The challenge of the project is how to use digital compertences of the students and teachers in realization of Global Education Programme and Projects
Priority areas: democratic citizenship, sustainable development
Where: Sofia, Bulgaria
To whom: Educators from high schools
Type of action: Seminar
Your Right is Youth Right
by GSM-Genclik Servisleri Merkezi (Youth Sercices Center)
The project was conducted; i) to contribute to the development of youth policies and youth works in Turkey with a rights-based approach, ii) to create opportunities for organizations working in the youth field to constitute a common platform and to cooperate among themselves, and iii) to co-ordinate with youth policy sectors, especially public institutions; and lasted for 36 months.
Priority areas: democratic citizenship, human rights, youth rights
Where: Ankara, Turkey
To whom: Young People and Youth Civil Society Organisations
Type of action: Campaign
Handbook for Teachers on the Sustainable Development Goals and Migration
by SLOGA Platform
An interdisciplinary group of students of the University of Ljubljana developed a handbook for teachers on the SDGs and migration under mentorship of Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Ljubljana and SLOGA Platform. The handbook has been developed by two interdisciplinary groups of students within two projects implemented in 2017 and 2018. To achieve the SDGs, they have to be transposed from the global level to the local level, since only changes in the local environment, with active participation of the local community, will influence the awareness and the changes at the global level.
Priority areas: intercultural dialogue, democratic citizenship, sustainable development, human rights
Where: Ljubljana, Slovenia
To whom: Slovenian teachers and non-formal educators addressing sustainable development and migration in teaching activities.
Type of action: Research