Reduce-Reuse-Recycle with the CARE Training Course

Nov 12, 2015News

video-catturaDo you want to know how to approach the environmental issues in an interesting and interactive way? Are you in a need of new knowledge and tools to work with the youngsters and to make a difference in your local community? Are you interested in a sustainable development?

Let’s start together! Let’s make steps towards social inclusion, environmental protection and creative development!

The project in a Nutshell:

“CARE – Creativity And Reuse for Empowerment” brought together 30 participants – youth workers, youth advisers, project leaders, social artists working with young people from 14 European countries, such as Spain, Portugal, Sweden, Greece, Slovenia, Latvia, Romania, Belgium, France, Bulgaria, Croatia, Poland, Cyprus and Italy. CARE was based on the theme of sustainable development, and its three key dimensions: economic, social and environmental. Sustainability, creativity and inclusion were seen as the cornestones to promote empowerment process. In particular, CARE aimed at promoting creative reuse and recycling as artistic educational activity to involve young people.

The Public Report and the Digital Brochure, developed by the participants CARE Training Course, are at your disposal!

  • The CARE Public Report describes the activities implemented and the methodologies used during the Training Course. The tools will be of good use for your youth projects!
  • The CARE Digital Brochure is to provide you a practical guidance, insights and inspiration on how environmental issues can be addressed, the wastes reduced by involving youngsters into processes of creative reuse and recycling!

For further information on the project, please, contact

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