Accessing Development Education (Contract)

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Accessing Development Education

This project acknowledges the fact that highly valuable Development Education material has been developed, however it recognises the difficulties of teachers and educators to access the existent material, as well as to apply these recourses to their local or national educational context. More specifically, the project addresses the lack of access to, as well as the need for, Development Education material by teachers, educators, youth trainers and other actors across Europe, and especially in those countries that have joined the EU only recently.

Formal Project Description
Contract Title Accessing Development Education (Contract)
Project Acronym Accessing Development Education
Lead Partner Future Worlds Center (CNTI)
Agreement n° ONG-ED/2007/136-419
Partners Youth Career and Advising Centre (Lithuania)
C.E.G.A. Foundation
Scotdec
Kerry Action for Development Education (KADE)
Countries of the action CY, LT, UK, IE, BG
Cost of Action €400,275.00
Grant €300,000.00
Cost for FWC €121,080.00
Grant for FWC €90,749.46
Dates 01/01/2008 - 30/06/2010


Website http://www.developmenteducation.info
About Project Accessing Development Education
Overall objective(s)
This project aims at promoting Development Education within the educational sector across Europe, focusing specifically on Lithuania, Cyprus, Scotland and Ireland. Specifically, the project aims to engage educators and schools in Development Education activities and equip them with relevant training and materials, thus making them promoters and multipliers of national campaigns that aim to create awareness about Development and about global interdependencies.
Specific objective(s)
  • Raise awareness in Cyprus, Lithuania, Scotland, Ireland and Bulgaria about development issues and about the interdependence of EU countries and countries of the developing world;
  • Engage educators and youth to take action in support of the developing countries;
  • Build capacity among educators to integrate Development Education in their lesson plans.
Expected Results
  • Development Education material adapted to local needs, in accordance with educational curricula in Cyprus, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Scotland and Ireland
  • A European collection of case studies, best practice and general Development Education materials reviewed, modified and adapted by an international educational advisory committee and made accessible through the web
  • A trans-national network of schools and educators jointly working to integrate Development Education into schools.