Del 14 al 21 de juny tindrà lloc a Nürnberg (Alemanya) el primer seminari del projecte MOVE, sobre sostenibilitat ambiental i voluntariat internacional
Background of the project
International Peace and voluntary work lives from the fruitful getting together and cultural exchange of people from different regions and backgrounds. Regular meetings, trainings, seminars and workcamps where people can exchange experiences and ideas form the basis for the peace work of SCI (Service Civil International). As a consequence of this need for exchange comes a higher need for traveling and transportation. At the moment, many of the travel distances are done by plane, which has high ecological impacts leading to ecological devastation, climate change and increased social inequality.
In this project, we want to look at how much and what kind of mobility is necessary and possible in order to do international peace and voluntary work successfully. Following this, we want to develop ideas on how mobility in an international – and especially in a European context – can be made socially and ecologically more sustainable. The project will be accompanied by the following questions: What are the ecological and social impacts of global mobility? What is our role as individuals and as part of European and international civil society in this context? How widely can we engage with these issues and change our behaviour and structures? What is possible for us as organisations in a broader context with current structural inequality and non-sustainable mobility?
Ready for take off?”- training
14th – 21st June 2019 Nürnberg, Germany
- Personal involvement in global mobility
- Local and global impact of global mobility on resources, climate change and social justice
- Structures behind increased global mobility (e.g. Economic Growth, Imperial Way of Living, Social Acceleration)
- Economic and political approaches to a sustainable global mobility and their critique
- Carbon offsetting and its critics
- Peace work, mobility and its climate impact
- creating utopias and ideas for local campaigning / events / activities
Participants Profile – Training in June
- be 18 years old or older
- be able to come to the seminar by train or bus, due to the high impact of flying on climate crisis (If you think that there is no other way than coming by plane, please contact the prep-team)
- be able to work in English language
- be interested in the project topics and have strong motivation to act as multiplier
- have a strong motivation to work on the toolkit
- commit to implement the learned knowledge and skills in practice back home;
- commit to send a report of the seminar to your sending organisation;
- be motivated to work with people from different backgrounds
Please note that there will be a few opportunities to visit Nürnberg, but that this is not a “getting to know the region” project. On some days the seminar also foresees evening sessions.