Getting Back to Basics

Transition Year Teachers’ Conference Getting Back to Basics – A skills based approach to teaching about global issues Saturday February 5th from 9.45am to 3.30am, Athlone Springs Hotel Speakers will include: Michael O’Leary, National Co-ordinator Transition Year Programme Annette Honan, National Council for Curriculum Assessment This event is organised by Comhlámh, the Debt and Development […]

Access Programme

ECO-UNESCO is delighted to be working in collaboration with the City of Dublin VEC’s Access programme in 2011. ECO Youth Choices – Access Programme is an innovative 6-week rolling programme for separated young people based on empowerment, self confidence and self esteem building and personal development using environmental education as a resource. Building on the […]

UN World Water Day 2011

To celebrate UN World Water Day 2011, ECO-UNESCO is taking part in the Water for Life! exhibition in the Science Gallery along with many other non-governmental organizations. We invite you all to join other young people in a unique event that promotes the diverse cultural heritage and unity between different communities in Ireland through celebration […]

Toyota Clubs in Action Showcase

As part of the Youth Forum, the Clubs in Action showcase will be appearing in The Greenhouse during November. This programme, which is run in conjunction with Toyota, has provided seed grants to over 20 ECO-UNESCO Clubs around the country to encourage their local action initiatives.

ECO-UNESCO Young Environmentalist Awards 2011

Tuesday, 24th May 2011 Clare School named ECO-UNESCO Young Environmentalist of the year at Ireland’s biggest celebration of ECO-Action A group from Colaiste Muire, Co Clare, have been named ECO-UNESCO Young Environmentalist of the year for their project ‘All Washed Up’ which involved mobilising their community to clean up the coastline following a shipwreck. Young […]

Waste Matchers Award – New Young Environmentalist Award Exclusive to Cork

ECO-UNESCO, Ireland’s environmental education and youth organisation are proud to introduce the Award kindly sponsored by Cork County Council. This award is a brand new category in the 2012 Young Environmentalist Awards and is exclusive to young people from Cork City and County. Young people are encouraged to look at ways of reusing items […]