Training Course Local in Global: Prosperity without Growth?
Dates: 29 February – 7 March 2020
Venue: Trebnitz castle, Germany
Eligible are 25 participants coming from: Germany, Poland
Application deadline: 15th January 2020
International training course on methods for Education on Sustainable Development (ESD) for youth workers and multipliers who wish to discuss our current economical system and find ways to a more democratic and sustainable society ( solidarity reloaded )
The predominant economic model of our time is based on unlimited growth and the exploitation of natural resources. But how can there be a good life for all within the ecological limits of or planet? What are the problems of our current economic model, which is designed for constant growth? And how can we address these issues in our educational work?
Discussing these and other questions and getting to know alternative ways of living and working is the aim of our training, which will take place from 20 February to 7 March in Trebnitz Castle Education and Exchange Centre (ca. 60 km east of Berlin).
Invited are multipliers of formal and non-formal education from Armenia, Bulgaria, Germany, the Republic of Moldova, Poland and Ukraine, who want to critically reflect upon the growth paradigm and explore paths to a post-growth society that is more democratic, sustainable expressing and implementing solidarity tools.
During the training, we will use different methods and approaches from the field of education for sustainable development that can be used afterward also in the local contexts. In addition, the training focus on the exchange between participants from the different countries.
The project is funded by the European program Erasmus+. Travel expenses can be reimbursed.
This project is financed by the Erasmus+ Youth Programme.
Accommodation and food
The participation fee already includes accommodation, food and program.
Travel expenses can be reimbursed up to a maximum amount of:
- 275 € per person from Poland and
- 180 € per Person from Germany.
The participation fee is 150 € for participants from Germany and 75 € for participants from Poland.