This project is motivated by Crossing Borders (CB) strong ambition to contribute toward the achievement of the 2030 global agenda, especially with focus on goal #12 – Responsible consumption and production. As 2030 agenda applies to each country in the globe, there is an urgent need to develop fruitful partnerships with and to get contribution by the public, private and civil society sectors. 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 project consists of five (5) full day school workshops, in each partner country, starting from September 2020 until April 2021. The workshops will be developed, designed and run by facilitators with various background: students of Global Nutrition and Health, Global Migration Studies, Environmental experts, Eco entrepreneurs, international non formal educators, trainers and teachers. 

Main goals of the project are: 

•Raise awareness about SDGS in the schools and local communities in an alternative, creative and playful way. 

•Highlight the importance of goal #12: Sustainable consumption and production. 

•Ignite excitement about public health and well-being in a pilot group with 5 school workshops across Denmark, Finland, and Norway. 

•Unleash meaningful dialogue about the SDGS in the school curriculum through interactive workshops and sharing stories over freshly made healthy food by and for the participating students and community members. 

•Take the SGDS section in the school curriculum to a higher level both in terms of content, methods, and outreach by including food making, sharing and reflection as part of our workshops. 

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. 

 

Our partners in this project: 

Tampere, Finland 
Institution/school: Upper Secondary Shool Kalevan lukio 
Website: www.kalevanlukio.com  


Moelv, Norway 
Institution/school: Arbeiderbevegelsens Folkehøgskole Ringsaker 
Website: www.arbfhs.no