13 March, 2024

Call for Participants: Environmental Activism through Civic Engagement for Nature

22-29 June 2024

Join the SCI Climate Team and become part of a passionate group of volunteers dedicated to environmental activism and climate justice. A training course called “PEACE for Nature” is being held to empower young individuals to become effective climate activists and advocates.

PEACE for Nature Training Course:

What will you learn?

  • Advocate for equitable solutions and understand the principles of climate justice and climate activism
  • Understand the role non-governmental organizations (NGOs) play in youth and community development
  • Effectively engage in organizational work to drive change at a grassroots level
  • Partner with a wider community of activists, experts, and organizations committed to climate justice
  • Long-term planning and crafting action plans for future activities
  • Use non-formal educational techniques for community outreach and advocacy

Who is this training for?

This learning opportunity is for young people aged 18-30 years who are interested in climate justice and environmental advocacy. Students, activists, or volunteers affiliated with NGOs and community organizations are encouraged to apply. The project aims to provide a safer space for learning and developing and welcomes participants from different backgrounds, genders, and life conditions.

Key Details:

📆 22-29 June 2024

📍 Pniewy, Poland Bursa Szkolna

📝 Application: Apply by 22 April 2024 through the ONLINE APPLICATION FORM. Accepted participants will receive detailed information, including directions to the venue, travel booking instructions, and an agenda, by early May.

📞 For more information, contact Hamza Al-Shayeb at climateteam@sci.ngo

🌿 Let’s work together for a more sustainable and peaceful future!

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