Activities in Germany

In 2012-2013

The German School EHS participated to the Let’s Take Care of the Planet process this school-year, with a collaboration with schools from Hungary and Uzbekistan.

A local conference took place in September 2012, with the participation of the partners.

The school project: the campaign "Agenda 21 in the school", a program for schools in the NRW region, to raise their profile in the field of education for sustainable development.

In 2011-2012:

School project, local conference and European conference

This year, one school from Bonn (EHS - Emilie-Heyermann-Realschule) participated to the activities at local level and a German delegation took part in the European Conference in May 2012.

In 2010

Participation to the Let's Take Care of the Planet Youth International Conference, Brasilia

Number of participants: 6 delegates, 2 chaperons and 1 facilitator

Schools or youth groups involved: 6 schools

Number of regions involved: 4 regions (Bavaria, Berlin, Rhineland-Palatinate, North-Rhine-Westphalia)

The participation of the German delegates has been organized by the German Commission for UNESCO in consultation with the Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany.

The preparation process included a conference with workshops at the Emilie Heyermann School within the framework of the UNESCO World Conference on Education for Sustainable Development (report available below). A national meeting of the delegates took place on April 10th 2010, in Bonn, Germany, where the participants wrote a National Charter of Responsibilities.

In 2009

Pre-Conference - EHS (Emilie-Heyermann-Realschule), Bonn, Germany

Within the Framework of the UNESCO-World-Conference “Education for Sustainable Development” (31st March – 2d April 2009)

To read the abstract and contents, click here

To read the complete report, click here.

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