Six partners from Slovakia, Latvia, Sweden, Lithuania, Estonia and the Netherlands have started Erasmus+ Strategic partnership project „Sustainable Attitude For Environment in Adult Education“ (Agreement No. 2019-1-LT01-KA204-060634).
Project is aimed at developing and extending competencies for adults educators and staff who support adults in sustainability in a broad sense of challenges of environment and climate changes with a focus on less consumption, zerowaste movement, healthy lifestyle, influence of physical activity on the physical and mental health and quality of life, active citizenship.
More specific objectives of this project are the following:
- To prepare manual for adult educators based on sustainable development goals which includes, among others, skills to lead a healthier life, knowledge about equitable and sustainable consumption, the promotion of gender equality, awareness about environmentally friendly transport and energy efficiency, as well as the promotion of sustainable, inclusive economic growth.
- To provide material for adults learners aimed at raising their awareness on sustainable development ideas.
To achieve the objectives three main outputs are planned:
- S.A.F.E (Sustainable Attittude For Environment) case study in adult education;
- S.A.F.E manual for adult educators;
- S.A.F.E material for adults.
The outputs are targeted at providing opportunities for adults educators to strengthen and improve their competencies in sustainability topic. Adult educators‘ daily work with adults in this topic will ensure development of the common quality of life and thus give social, economic and ecological benefits to the participating countries. It is expected that project will induce participants‘ deeper interest in one of the sustainable issues and, after a while, encourage them to active citizenship.
The project will contribute to strengthening international cooperation and experience on promoting sustainable development ideas. Project results are expected to bring a step further in the process of strengthening sustainability approach in partner countries as well as in all Europe.
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