Renewing our Roots | Re-Connecting Nature & Society

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Introduction

Discover “Renewing our Roots”!

This training course gives you a deep dive into the climate and ecological problems happening now. You will learn about them in detail and then figure out real ways to fix them, like restoring ecosystems.

This project will take place from April 12th to April 18th, 2024, in Aguarón, Spain.

Keep reading to find out how to apply!

The project

The training “Renewing our Roots” is for young people who care a lot about the environment and want to make a difference. It’s for those who work with young people, teach, or are involved in activism.

If you’re eager to learn how to help others understand and take action on these issues, this is for you.

During the course, participants must switch off their mobile devices to minimise distractions and maximise learning.

The emphasis is also on creating deeper human connections, practicing mindfulness, and being present at the moment.

While exceptions can be made for important matters, participants should leave their electronic devices in a box throughout the training.

The methodology of the project 

The training incorporates the Work That Reconnects (WTR), a group methodology developed by Joanna Macy, to activate emotional, psychological, and spiritual resources necessary for rediscovering connections with oneself, others, and the Earth.

The program aims to create a safe and supportive space for participants to explore their inner and outer reality.

The trainers, Carlos Buj and Daniela Tablado, have experience in facilitating workshops related to nature, permaculture, and environmental activism.

They will provide guidance and support throughout the training.

The target group

This project is particularly directed to youth workers, trainers, youth leaders, youth project managers, youth researchers and activists.

Participant should have open-mindedness, interest in the topic and a good knowledge of English.

The costs

Erasmus+ programme will cover all the expenses regarding accommodation, food and travel!

“Casa Algaia” is in a picturesque valley in Sierra de Algairén, Zaragoza, Spain. It offers a tranquil setting surrounded by nature.

They provide Mediterranean-style meals, ensuring they cater to allergies, gluten intolerance, or vegan preferences.

Also participants must keep their mobile phones turned off during the entire training.

How to participate?

You can find more information about the project in the infopack.

Finally, if you meet the requirements for participation, you can submit your application through the official portal of Salto-Youth.

The deadline is the 17 March 2024.

 

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