Invitation to participate in "Let´s Take Care of the Planet" 3. European Youthconference in Portugal May 21st -25th 2018
The “Let’s Take Care of the Planet” project was born out of the initiative of the Brazilian Ministry of Education, which organised the first International Youth Conference in Brasilia, in June 2010. Monde Pluriel, the initiator of the European “Let’s Take Care of the Planet” process, has coordinated a network of around 15 countries in Europe since 2009. Two years after the International Conference in Brasilia, Monde Pluriel organised the first European Youth Conference,. A second European Conference was organized in 2015 in Brussels where the youngsters co-wrote a Call for co-responsibility which was valorized in the Climate Generation Room of COP 21, in Paris.
This year's WebQuiz is now ended.
We had 808 participants from 7 different countries and 40 different schools.
The individual results (points) and the prizes can be found here: http://www.b-s-p.org/home/international_web_quiz/
During a weekend from 24.-26.November, 7 coordinators (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Germany, Denmark, Finland and Russia) sat together once again to give overview of the BSP's situation in their country, plan future activities and agree on different platforms to make BSP programmes more userfriendly and unique for students/teachers who have joined in this network to investigate the nature of the Baltic Sea for more sustainable development and for better global understanding of our surroundings. The coordinators shared common need to focus on the 17 goals of the ESD (education for sustainablke development) and keep an integrated view point to GCED (global citisenship education). All coordinators agreed that we have contributed to the ESD for many year but we need to me more visual about it. That's why we will develop our programmes with straight links to ESD and GCED in the future and share more stories how our school network is working towards the goals.
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world.“ - Margaret Mead.
With this in mind we, Robert-Bosch-Gesamtschule in Hildesheim, Germany, together with the help of UNESCO BSP-Germany, set out to put on an international summer camp that would give students exactly that: the insight, the motivation and the determination to become such citizens in their hometowns and schools.