Training for secondary schools teachers on sustainability and food supply chains in response to climate change. The goal is to build a civics curriculum, improve distance learning skills, design outdoor educational activities and stimulate greater youth participation in 2030 Agenda. Online workshops and one in person meeting in Milan (27/11/2021) about how to use webradio and educational theatre to promote youth engagement for sustaniable food systems. Organized by ACRA within the Food Wave project in collaboration with Istituto Buddista Italiano Soka Gakkai.
ACRA is a non-governmental, secular and independent organization, founded in Milan in 1968. For 50 years it has been working to fight poverty through sustainable, innovative, and participatory solutions, to foster sustainable development and global citizenship. ACRA works along with local communities in Africa, Asia, and Latin America to ensure access to the rights of food, water, education, energy, and environment protection. In Europe and Italy ACRA promotes a culture of peace, dialogue and integration, cultural exchange, and solidarity. It promotes educational activities for schools, sustainable agricultural models and consumption practices.