02 February 2021

eucen has joined recently an H2020 proposal on green actions in Europe. 

A fully sustainable future depends on a culture emerging from an engaged and informed citizenry committed to a green, safe, and economically thriving society, which can only be achieved through a deep and reflexive learning process being animated in all educational and lifelong learning domains. 

LLL4Green will design processes to allow all education sectors to participate in a collaborative process that reaches all citizens. It will develop a Competence and Assessment Framework of Green Skills, including a range of learning models encapsulating courses and modules, delivered online, blended and in physical learning spaces. The Framework will be validated via a series of pilots organised in collaboration with partners, representing a diverse range of providers and contexts including formal, non-formal and informal youth, community and adult education, secondary schools, VET and HEIs. 

The tools created and the contexts of application will enable cross-sectoral valorisation of the approach, extending the impact within and beyond the initial network. It aims to be a catalyst for coalition building, empowerment, and energy creation in cross-community learning and action to help individuals and communities develop a ground-up orientation towards promoting and living a flourishing, sustainable, environmentally friendly lifestyle and inspire cross-generational climate action. 

eucen as a full partner in this H2020 proposal, will lead WP1 - State of the Art and Analysis. This project will be coordinated by the University College Cork, Ireland, if successful. 

More news on the result are expected in July 2021.

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Project H2020-LC-GD-2020 | 101036865