LACE for SDGs - New project start

“Learning, Acting, Creating and Educating for Sustainable Development Goals”
 
“Learning, Acting, Creating and Educating for Sustainable Development Goals” (LACE for SDGs) is an innovating project that aims to address and give solution to the issues that are mentioned in 17 SDGs by involving youth initiative through a complete cycle of raising awareness of SDGs, training course and project piloting and evaluating. The project mainly targets at youth, NGOs and the community, where youths live and struggle with problems in term of environment, human rights, poverty, etc. with the implementation between the two continents Europe and Asia in order to have the variety of innovation ideas to deal with problems that occur in daily lives.
By using non-formal education methodology and youth-approach techniques, LACE for SDGs will encourage and inspire youth to contribute in achieving SDGs in their own community particularly, and their country in general.
The two main objectives are described as:
1)Contribute to the achievement of SDGs in the sphere of youth involvement.
2)Strengthen and empower the Europe-Asia cooperation

LACE for SDGs encourages youth initiatives and youth inclusion by supporting and promoting democratic life in alignment of SDGs theme. The project provides the complete cycle to increase youth competencies and therefore foster professional development of staff and youth worker in ICT methodologies.
Activities are:
Initial meeting
Call for submission
Training course
Piloting
Evaluation meeting

Partners: Association NAVIGATOR – Bulgaria; SOLIDARITES JEUNESSES – France; ASOCIACION MUNDUS - UN MUNDO A TUS PIES – Spain; VOLUNTEERS INITIATIVE NEPAL – Nepal; RURAL CENTRE FOR HUMAN INTERESTS – India; YOUNET – Italy; VOLUNTEER SPIRIT ASSOCIATION - Thailand

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of NAVIGATOR, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. [Project Number: 589596-EPP-1-2017-1-BG-EPPKA2-CBY-ACPALA