We are glad to invite your school for Crossing Borders (CB) school workshop under the project Food for Thought funded by Nordic Culture Point.
The main purpose of the project is to strengthen young people’s knowledge and develop skills about Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), especially with focus on SDG 3: Good Health and Well-being and SDG 12: Responsible consumption and production.
This project is motivated by CB strong ambition to contribute toward the achievement of the 2030 global agenda. The project motivation also stems from CB strong belief in the crucial role of education as the most suitable space toward the inclusion of young people, parents, educators, schools and the whole community to contribute to the SDGS Agenda.
The workshops will be developed, designed and run by CB international facilitators with various background: students of Global Nutrition and Health, Global Migration Studies, Environmental experts, Eco entrepreneurs, non-formal educators and trainers.
Using Food for Though workshop model students will develop skills to better understand themselves, society, and the wider world. That is how we empower young people to become more active and take responsibility in the world they live in both locally and globally.
Expected results are:
• Raised awareness on the SDGS in schools and local communities.
• Raised awareness among young people about responsible consumption and production, public health, and the vital role of healthy food in education.
• Students inclusion in the 2030 agenda efforts.
• Communication, collaboration, and presentation skills among the students.
• Fostering action learning in the partner schools.
• Engaging and activating students and community members.
The structure of the workshops is following:
• Introduction icebreakers and forum theatre with movements and miming of the SDGS.
• Presentation of the project, the workshop, expectations, and facilitators.
• Plenum sessions on the concept of the SDGS and how they relate to Denmark and how to integrate them into the school curriculum.
• Students are divided into groups of five students each. Each group will pick up a goal from a hat.
• One of the groups will join the cooks to discuss and agree on the meal they want to make and prepare a story of the dish they are making.
• All the groups will have 90 min for group work to discuss, research and prepare a presentation of their goal and action plans to help achieve the goal in their school and local community.
• Each group will be led by an experienced facilitator who will insure active involvement of each student.
• Each group will produce a colourful artistic poster of their goals.
• For the presentation, each group will choose creative method, such as: posters, drama, videos, inspirational speech etc. The presentations contain research on specific goal, how it relates to their school and community and an action plan to continue working with the goals.
• Finally, the Food for Thought group will present the meal they prepared and how it relates to the SDG #12: “Responsible consumption and production”, as well as SDG #3 “Good health and well-being”.
• The workshops conclusion will end with reflections, evaluation, and plan of action by the students for their school.
More information about workshop and how to apply:
– Period to implement workshop: September 2020 to February 2021.
– Every workshop last 3-4 hours and start time will be agreed with the school.
– Number of participants: 20 – 60 students.
– Cost of workshop: workshop is free of charge.
– The selection procedure is – first come first serve.
– Conditions to apply: become Crossing Borders member.
– All CB workshops and events are organized following the recommendations and rules by Danish Health Authorities.
If you are interested to apply please write to firstname.lastname@example.org and book your Food for Thought workshop.