Climate Youth Ambassadors

Climate Youth Ambassadors in Denmark:

According to both, the UN and the EU, climate change is the biggest collective, environmental
challenge society faces today. Notwithstanding, youth and particularly youth from rural areas often
do not have the relevant skills and opportunities to make their voice heard and advocate for a
greener future. Therefore, our project aims at empowering youth, mainly from rural areas in Sweden,
Denmark, Lithuania, Turkey, Jordan, Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Romania, and Morrocco to formulate
and communicate their concerns about climate change with decision-makers, and advocate for their
right to a healthy, sustainable and safe environment on an international, national and local level.
Throughout the project, climate change is seen as a challenge that has to be tackled by the international
community and therefore serves as a platform for international exchange and collaboration.
The international training will empower 59 young people, mainly from rural areas in Sweden,
Denmark, Lithuania, Turkey, Jordan, Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Romania and Morrocco, to
advocate their right to a healthy, safe and sustainable environment by using non-formal
learning principles in order to strengthen their advocacy and debating skills.
Moreover, climate change as a global issue with severe local effects will serve as a platform
to promote intercultural exchange and dialogue among youth from Sweden, Denmark,
Lithuania, Turkey, Jordan, Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Romania, and Morrocco The common
development of a youth manifesto raising concerns and wishes of the participating youth
regarding climate change will be a main output of the training.

PLACE; NYSTED, DENMARK.
AND DATE: 3-9 September 2018 (3 is arrival, 9 is departure).
PARTICIPANTS: 59 participants (Youth+ Decisionmaker).
COUNTRY: Partner countries will be from Sweden, Denmark, Lithuania, Turkey,
Jordan, Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Romania, and Morocco.
LANGUAGE: The working language will be English.

Details of the project in Denmark

A2-INFO-PACK-DENMARK 

 

Climate Youth Ambassadors in Sweden:

 

 

According to both, the UN and the EU, climate change is the biggest collective,
environmental challenge society faces today. Notwithstanding, youth and particularly youth
from rural areas often do not have the relevant skills and opportunities to make their voice
heard and advocate for a greener future. Therefore, our project aims at empowering youth,
mainly from rural areas in Sweden, Denmark, Lithuania, Turkey, Jordan, Russia, Belarus,
Ukraine, Romania, and Morrocco to formulate and communicate their concerns about climate
change with decision-makers, and advocate for their right to a healthy, sustainable and safe
environment on an international, national and local level. Throughout the project, climate
change has seen a challenge that has to be tackled by the international community and therefore
serves as a platform for international exchange and collaboration.
The project activities comprise the 4 days of training A Training for Youth Workers. The
training will provide 20 young youth workers (under 30 years old) from Sweden, Denmark,
Lithuania, Turkey, Jordan, Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Romania and Morrocco with practical
knowledge and innovative methods to empower young people to become climate youth

ambassadors who are capable of advocating their environmental concerns towards decision-
makers.

 

PLACE AND DATE: 4-7 July 2018, Höör, Sweden.
PARTICIPANTS: 20 young people (2 participants from each country)
COUNTRIES: Sweden, Denmark, Lithuania, Turkey, Jordan, Russia, Belarus, Ukraine,
Romania and Morocco).
LANGUAGE: The working language is English.

 

INFO-PACK-climate youth ambassadors – Copy

 

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