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Young Citizens Building Global Communities
Date du début: 1 janv. 2014,

The project ´Young Citizens Building Global Communities´ will be implemented by Service Civil International and 22 partner organisations in Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America. Service Civil International (SCI) is one of the world's largest international volunteering organisations dedicated to promoting a culture of peace through the organisation and coordination of voluntary projects all over the world. In this project SCI and its partners in Europe and in the global South will work on a theme of common interest: Climate Justice and Peace. This will be done through a global campaign that will raise awareness of young people about climate injustice, and on how sustainable lifestyles and active citizenship (through voluntary actions) can help to alleviate the unequal burdens on different regions in the world and on different populations, as created by climate change. The reflections on the Climate Justice campaign aim at stimulating youngsters in Europe and in the Global South to take into consideration a broad concept of sustainability which is open, inclusive, and respectful of diversity (human and natural) and just. SCI and its partners will implement various activities to achieve the project goals, among which a´Training for Youth Volunteer Coordinators´ in Nigeria, ´Local Voluntary Actions´ in all countries that participate where young people get to put into practice their active citizenship and by doing so become more aware of issues related to climate justice and peace, and the project will close with the ´Final Evaluation Meeting´ in Poland. Throughout the project, a permanent online awareness and information campaign will take place, that will give visibility to the project activities and to the youngsters who participate in it in the various regions covered by the project activities. The awareness campaign will reach out to a large audience of young people worldwide.



  • Youth\Youth in action (2007-2013)\Youth in the World\Coooperation with countries other than the neighbouring countries
  • Projet sur ERASMUS platform

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