the project the need the aim the objectives

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are 17 goals defined by the United Nations to tackle the world’s biggest problems by 2030.

The goals form a useful lens through which to look at the most pressing global issues. Malnutrition, gender inequality, poverty, climate change, injustice and more demand actions from all of us and specially from the young.

More than 40% of the global population are between the ages of 10 and 24 – the largest youth population ever. To solve the world’s problems, the next generation needs to know what those problems are. A good way to ensure this is to teach them about the SDGs.

AIM

ACT project focuses on developing the needed tools and methods so as children and teachers from different countries and educational and cultural environments to work together (co-creative) on global topics related to the sustainable development goals.

Objectives

Train the children 14–18 years old to work together on innovative solutions / practices / methods regarding how we do better in the 17 areas targeted by 17 goals.

Train and develop intercultural competencies among children
14–18 years old and their teachers.

Stimulate and train their competencies in speaking and writing English, among children 14–18 years old.

Stimulate the children’s understanding, that “we”, cross border share the challenges and share the responsibility to solve the challenges reflected in the 17 goals.

Develop the teacher’s competencies to bring their pupils and students, into trans-border cooperation, when it comes to learning and the achievement of 1 to 5 in the most pedagogical and didactical profitable way.

Be inspired from the different countries works with the goals.