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Sustainable Development activities

  • CISV Photo Story CISV Photo Story (age 14-15)Assign each group one of the CISV areas of educational peace content: Human Rights, Conflict and resolution, Diversity and Sustainable Development, and ask the group to make a photo story which is representative for their assigned area.
  • In the deep forest of DR Congo In the deep forest of DR Congo (age 17-18)Participants will gain experience in adapting and representing someone else's views. This activity raises awareness of how deforestation affects us all and provides skills for solving conflicts.
  • I am a Car I am a Car (age 17-18)Participants are to share experiences from home life about how our individual choices have an impact on the environment. Participants then will reflect on ways to use more sustainable solutions in their everyday life.
  • Debating Sustainable Development Debating Sustainable Development (age 17-18)Participants are to hold speeches about sustainable development and afterwards engage in a discussion.
  • Climate Role Play Climate Role-play (age 17-18)This is a role-play so through the activity the participants will represent a different country, and present their points of view. In the discussion they will get to compare their experiences from the activity with those from their home life, and get to compare those of the participants from other countries.
  • Problems in my Country Problems in my Country (age 14-15)In this activity the participants will 1) reflect on the situation in their own country, 2) gain knowledge on situations in other countries, and 3) reflect on how situations in other countries can be solved.
  • World Trade World Trade (age 12-15)The activity aims to introduce the concept of world trade, and the 'north/south' challenges connected to this. Through the activity the inequality of natural resources and technology will be illustrated, and the role of the World Band and UN in trade and globalization will be shown.
  • The Mango Workshop The Mango Workshop (age 12-15)In this workshop participants reflect upon their own lifestyle, how their community affects them, and how they can have a positive contribution in their community. They should also be able to understand the problem of consumerism and the cycle of goods.
  • The End of the World The End of the World (age 12-15)In this activity the participants are challenged to reflect on how we are depending on different elements.
  • Go Fish Go Fish (age 11)This activity deals with overexploitation of resources. The aim is to show how fragile our resources are, in this case fish. The activity also shows the impact human actions have on our surroundings.
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