Μarine life a cultural heritage

“Μarine life a cultural heritage” is focused on strengthening cooperation between partner organizations and promoting sustainability and climate change projects. We also aimed to educate participants about the interconnectedness of climate change and ways to prevent fires, particularly during hot summer days. We raised awareness of climate change among youth workers and leaders, and encouraged them to engage in global climate action. Additionally, we sought to disseminate knowledge by acting as multipliers and sharing the skills we acquired during the program with our local communities.

We also emphasized the importance of living sustainably and integrated climate-friendly solutions into our local projects. We learned about forest protection and the individual responsibility for cleaning up forests and removing combustible materials from dangerous areas.

The second, we implemented a project aimed at educating young participants about the negative impacts of chemical agriculture and promoting alternative ways of farming, specifically organic farming. Participants were given hands-on experience of rural life and nature through various activities such as agricultural operations, observing the local ecosystem, going on cultural tours and hikes, and participating in various lessons and workshops.

Our goal is:

– Cleaning the beach, spreading the importance of environmental awareness in every local community and through the group actions that will be carried out with the people of the area, to leave our mark that we are making a difference. The environment is the home of all people and does not belong to those who happen to live closer.

– The inclusion of young people in sporting activities and the interpretation of the essence of the concept of ‘not fighting’.

– To bring the participants closer to the history and culture of the historical region of Laconia by opening their minds.

– To develop the participants’ skills in transnational cooperation and language skills.

– To introduce young people who are geographically marginalized from the mountainous region of Laconia and from purely agricultural areas and to integrate them into the values of cooperation in the European Union.

– To encourage the creation of intercultural awareness through the development of attitudes of respect for cultural diversity that exists around us.

– to introduce them to non-formal education methods

– exchanges of cultural ideas and the values offered by youth exchanges

– The development of young people’s social skills

– To raise environmental awareness throughout the local and wider Laconian society.

– To disseminate the action so that similar actions can be carried out in the future.

– To improve the knowledge of the Erasmus+ Programme and the opportunities for young people and those working with young people.

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The project is Co-funded by the European Union.