Rise & Regenerate - Activism for climate justice (RAJ)
Rise & Regenerate - Activism for climate justice (RAJ) is taking place from the 21st to the 30th of August 2019 @ La Maison de Paille in the Swiss Jura.

RAJ aims to enhance and reinforce the capacities of youth workers about the topic of climate change. The objective is to equip participants with a valuable sets of skills, tools and knowledge on eco-literacy, systems thinking and nature reconnection practices that enhance social and ecological awareness in order to better tackle the complexity of the current global challenges.

The course will be facilitated by Starhawk, Alfred Decker, Valentina Cifarelli & Cecilia Furlan.

Training course is financed by the CH Foundation through the interim solution for Erasmus+ for youth workers, youth leaders, teachers, trainers and facilitators (with no age limit) from Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Finland, Hungary, Kosovo, Denmark, France, Poland, The Netherlands and UK. Two people can participate from each country.

Costs for travel, food and accommodation will be covered and it's required a sliding scale course fee based on the country you come from (400 euros for Denmark, The Netherlands and Switzerland, 300 euros for Germany, France, Italy, Finland, UK and 100 euros for Poland, Hungary and Kosovo).

If you have economical constraints covering the course fee, please contact us to find a solution.

Contact: coccinelles.assoc@gmail.com

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