Sustainable Green Future — Germany


ERASMUS+, Key Action 1: youth exchange

Venue: Garlstedt, Germany

Dates: 2—11 September 2023

National team: 5 participants + 1 group leader

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Hosting organisastion: NaturKultur e.V.

Project description:

“Sustainable Green Future”is going to be a youth exchange organized in Garlstedt in Germany which will include 30 young people and 6 group leaders from 6 different European countries: Spain, North Macedonia, Romania, Greece, Czech Republic and Germany.

Sustainable, Green Future is a project that wants to raise awareness about environmental protection, sustainability and the role of the youth in it. The young people in Europe are not aware about the importance of environmental protection, or they don’t know what they can do to improve the situation.

Many young people are interested in learning how different communities are affected in many different ways by these issues, and how each of these communities react to said issues. We want to give the tools and improve competences of young people and to empower them to make a change in their local community and become active citizens.

Project goals:

  1. To teach young people about different concepts connected with the protection of environment, such as guerilla gardening, planting trees and others,
  2. To show good examples of environmental protection and youth activism about environmental protection from the participating countries,
  3. To give tools to youth from 6 different countries, empowering them to make the change in their local community,
  4. To educate young people about sustainability and sustainable development goals.

Participants’ profile:

  • 17-23 years old, group leaders 18+
  • Resident of one of the participating countries: Germany, Spain, Greece, Romania, Czech Republic, North Macedonia
  • Participants should be interested in topic of youth exchange and willing to learn and work in international environment
  • Participants don’t need to have any experience in Erasmus + neither they need to have knowledge about the topic of the exchange
  • Group leaders should be youth workers/youth leaders that are active in sending organization and have experience in  Erasmus+ programme

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