Inclusion through Sustainable Development and European Eco-citizenship
🇫🇷 France - ESAT du RANGEN / Association Au Fil de la Vie
🇱🇻 Latvia - Ecological Future Education
🇮🇹 Italy - Alimos - Alimenta la Salute Soc. Coop.
🇧🇬 Bulgaria - Association "Nyama nevazmozhni neshta"
🇮🇹 Italy - euridea
🇪🇸 Spain - Asociacion de Personas con Discapacidad Verdiblanca
Young people with disabilities are often excluded from environmental concerns and sustainable development issues because of a lack of adapted support and a sometimes limited environment because of their disability. The INSIDEE project (INclusion through SustaInable Development and European Eco-citizenship) aims to develop the knowledge of young people with disabilities (intellectual/mental disability) in terms of sustainable development and provide them with the necessary skills to become active and responsible European eco-citizen. This project will contribute to the awareness of young people about the effects of human actions on the environment, the risks and consequences of a non-respectful behaviour on natural resources.
The aim of the project is to develop the knowledge of young people with disabilities (intellectual/mental disability) in terms of sustainable development and provide them with the necessary skills to become active and responsible European eco-citizen.
To raise awareness of environmental issues
To research national environmental issues in partner countries and in Europe.
To develop blended training course for trainers
To prepare trainers working with young people with mental disabilities with tools necessary tools to raise awareness of environmental
To prepare easy to read materials for young people with mental disabilities.
To prepare easy suggestion that could be implemented into daily life to become sustainably responsible eco-citizen.
Research on contents and features of educational activities
Blended Course for Trainers
Learning Materials for final users
Interactive online tool for trainers.
This project will contribute to the awareness of young people about the effects of human actions on the environment, the risks and consequences of a non-respectful behavior on natural resources.
Through non-formal education, the organization of training activities and creation of adapted tools, a group of 15 youth workers will develop skills and abilities in that field in order to support and encourage the young people of their organization to put into practice eco-actions that can have a positive impact and will lead to reflect on their power to change things as citizens at local and European level. The young will be able to be active role-models as Eco-Ambassadors in their social or professional environment.