Objectives

1) To implement an e-platform with an interactive database, searchable after various parameters, that describes and gives access to initiatives, tools and methods and other materials that have been identified and collected in the course of the project. Especially important are good practice in communicating information on climate change to young people, and motivating and empowering them to get involved in issues and decision-making associated with healthy nutrition patterns and climate change.

2) To elaborate a Catalogue “HEALTHY FUTURE 4Y + THE PLANET” which will give an overview about the current situation of the specific project environment in the partners’ countries, i.e. provide effective responses to the climate related consumer and nutrition education needs of young people. The Catalogue will be enriched with the outcomes of the 4 transnational meetings in each partner country where experts from the respective national and local youth organisations will discuss the issue of good practice in communicating information on climate change to young people with the team of our strategic partnership.

3) To organise an online interactive Forum for exchange of experience and good practice that will promote networking and exchange activities not only among the partnership and youth organisations in their countries, but also on a European level. We will highlight the new translation services such as Skype’s real-time translation in 8 spoken and 50 written languages. In this way, it will become possible to break down language barriers between users from different countries, and to support ideas, foster exchange and assist initiatives that contribute to the European society as a whole. The core activities will be the four transnational meetings. The focus will be on meetings with youth and refugee integration workers in each partner country. In these events, the project’s objectives will be presented, as well as the actual state of the identification and selection of best practice examples and the concept of the database. We expect a fruitful exchange of experiences and the intensification of exchange between the project partners and the participants of these events. Altogether, approximately 100 professionals will become first line recipients of the project’s outcomes.