A teachers appointment

In order to increase a critical understanding and an active involvement of European teachers on the challenges of global development, CISV organizes in Turin, a workshop to present educational activities under the EAThink2015 project.

The event is dedicated to all teachers interested in deepening at school the topics of food sovereignty, new sustainable development goals and critical consumer: this aim is pursued through workshops and activities envisaged by the project. During this meeting will be presented also a number of useful tools for the school, including two apps to learn about food sovereignty.

The project will be presented to teachers on Wednesday, October 14th at h 15-17.30 in the Bobbio Hall of the Piemonte Region, v. Court of Appeal 16 in Turin.

Among the events:

– “How to feed everyone. Educate to global citizenship at school: from sustainable food systems to food sovereignty “(Eat Local, Think Global – Mangiare locale, Agire globale). With David Giachino, environmental engineer CISV;
– “The digital school for Food Sovereignty”, with Viviana Brun, CISV – Ong2.0
– “Learning as you play: food and agriculture”. Presentation of two new educational and multimedia App available for teachers and students, in 12 different languages. The aim is to educate young people on the issues of sustainability and seasonality of food products;
– “School and sustainable agriculture in Burkina Faso”. Jean Marie Karanga, teacher at Lycée Technique National Aboubacar Sangoulé Lamizana Ouagadougou.

Enzo Lavolta, development innovation and environment councilor of the City of Turin; Monica Cerutti, councilor for international cooperation of the Piemonte Region; Roberto Monta, president of the Coordination of Municipalities for Peace, province of Turin; Giuliana Galli, Compagnia di Sanpaolo will take a speech during the presentation.

For more informations about the program click here.

For information and registration:

CISV Roberto Varone 011/2222554 – 348/6130233 – r.varone@cisvto.org

Translated into English by Chiara Parapini.