Learn more about how European Green Belt Youth Work Camps can support your conservation actions on the ground

In the frame of BESTbelt an online training on the implementation of European Green Belt Youth Work Camps takes place in January 2024.

Pine cutting. © Artūrs Caune

“European Green Belt Youth Work Camps” are a great opportunity to get the young generation engaged in conservation and restoration practice and to raise awareness on the cultural-historical dimensions of the European Green Belt. Youth camps are also an excellent opportunity to bring together young people from different countries and to stimulate cross-border exchange. For organisations who plan to organise an “European Green Belt Youth Work Camp” the 3rd Call of BESTbelt offers a potential opportunity to fund such an initiative.

The BESTbelt project is now offering an online-training over two half days for all organisations interested in implementing “European Green Belt Youth Work Camps”. The aim of the training is to increase knowledge about youth work camps in conservation and the particular opportunities “European Green Belt Youth Work Camps” provide. Best Practices from all over the European Green Belt will be presented. Participants will also have the chance to exchange experiences with organisations regularly implementing youth work camps.

What is meant by European Green Belt Youth Work Camps? Which conservation tasks are suitable and what needs to be considered? What are important frame conditions? How to include awareness raising on the European Green Belt? These and more questions will be discussed within the training.

Date: Tuesday, 16th January 2024, 10:00 – 13:00 (CET) and Wednesday, 17th January 2024, 10:00 – 13:00 (CET)

Registration: https://lets-meet.org/reg/2d74e5514765a83a31

(registration open till 7th January 2024)


Isabel Wintermantel
Email: isabel.wintermantel(at)euronatur.org       

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