Cityzen – For a Sustainable Consumption

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  • To inform, make aware and involve European citizens on the theme of responsible consumption.
  • To use the technique of Forum Theatre to face the thematic of responsible consumption.
  • To develop the “Otesha Action Plan” to be distributed to stakeholders, politicians and citizens.


  • Research about Sustainable Consumption at national and local level, looking for actors/associations working for its promotion.
  • Training on Forum Theatre technique.
  • Implementation of three local events to make aware citizens about sustainable consumption importance (Festival, Cinema debate, Forum Theatre).
  • Dissemination of a Quiz to guide citizens to think about this issue.
  • Transnational meeting with local stakeholders and actors working on this field.
  • Development of “Otesha Action Plan”, that collect suggestion in order to facilitate Sustainable Consumption.



  • Coordinator: Pistes Solidaires (France)
  • Wervel (Belgium)
  • Fekete Sereg (Hungary)
  • Gulbene District Council (Latvia)

The project

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Date of the project

01/01/2010 – 21/12/2010

DG of reference

DG EAC, Citizenship, Europe for Citizens Programme – Measure 2: Structural support for civil society organisations at European level




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