On Tuesday 20th October 2020, Minister Roderic O’Gorman highlighting ECO-UNESCO’s youth work in Ireland’s national parliament. ECO-UNESCO staff and young people met the Minister via Zoom call as part of the initiative #Budget2021 and #YouthWorkChangeLives that The National Youth Council Ireland organised. The goal of this movement was to encourage the Government to increase the […]
ECO-UNESCO is seeking motivated ECO-UNESCO Club Leader Volunteers to bring sustainable development to your community by supporting the expansion of our Youth for Sustainbale Development programme (YSD) nationwide. By volunteering you will help to raise awareness about environmental and global justice issues whilst contributing to the personal development of young people in your area. […]
Peer Education Handbook: Youth for the Future This handbook provides a step-by-step guide to setting up and supporting a Peer Education for Sustainable Development Programme. It has over 40 interactive activities to do with young people as well as handy tips for young peer educators. Cost €9.50 For more details or to order this or […]
Learn more about the Youth for Sustainable Development Programme here.
The ECO-Sustainability Award aims to encourage youth and community organisations to become more sustainable by providing organisations with training, on-going support and a practical toolkit. You are undertaking actions to lead the way towards a more socially and environmentally just future for all and you are interested in celebrating and rewarding the work of your […]
ECO-UNESCO provides several trainings for adults: ECO-UNESCO’s ECO-Sustainability Award This short course provides practical and fun activities to get organisations to become more sustainable. ECO-UNESCO’s Youth Work & Sustainability This interactive training session is designed to give youth workers and leaders an increased awareness of the principles of sustainable development along with ideas […]
World Water Day- Each year on 22nd March International World Water Day is held annually on 22 March. On this day we try to focus attention on the importance of freshwater and advocate for the sustainable management of freshwater resources. Every year we try to organise something new and innovative to raise awareness about […]
Young People Are you a young person between the ages of 15 and 18? Are you interested in environmental and social justice issues? Do you want to meet other young people, to take action and have fun? We currently run our Youth for Sustainable Development programme in Dublin, and are currently in the process of expanding […]