This week the Final and Dissemination meeting of the project “Tools for Equal Sustainable Development ” will take place in Bhubaneswar in India.
Tools for Equal Sustainable Development – TESD is a project funded with the support of the European Commission. It aims to enhance the role of women in sustainable development through practical and educational tools/practices which were created and collected in a Toolbox by the young participants (experts, social workers and volunteers) from the partner countries (Bulgaria, Ecuador, France, India, Italy, Nepal, Pakistan, Perù, Senegal, Spain, Sweden and Ukraine). The Toolbox is also available in digital version in sito Tools for Equal Sustainable Development
In these days in India the partners have evaluated the dissemination work done until now and promote new strategies for a further and successful dissemination of the Toolbox and its content; and reflect on the impact at local level and on the possible improvements in order to be as successful as possible.
The Final Meeting in India as the overall project process of Tools for Equal Sustainable Development gives to partners the chance to join rich and intensive Intercultural experiences in relation to the project thematic. Experts, social workers and volunteers learn more about sustainable realities and gender equality activities/proposals at local level and worldwide, thanks also to Job-shadowing activity and study visits in the local realities of the different partner countries.
One of our goals is to share such constructive experiences lived by our 8 TESD project partners and to strengthen citizens and especially young women in the field of sustainable development. The Toolbox is a tool that will facilitate us to reach these objectives.
CESIE has disseminate the toolbox in the last weekend during a local event called “Le notti delle emozioni” in which CESIE had an info point at the centre of the city. This was a good chance to share our experience in this project, spread the toolbox and invite people to visit our website.
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