11 y 13: diseña futuro

Leading agency: Asociación Redcomercio
Area(s) of intervention: Province of Cordoba
Total budget: €7.500
NOPLANETB contribution: € 6.750
Duration: 9 months
Starting date: 1st of March 2019
Contacts: redcomercionet@gmail.com

Summary of the project

The project seeks to make a reflexive analysis on our lifestyle and to verify the repercussion that it can have in the natural environment in the medium and long term. To this purpose, in the framework of the project an Audio-visual Material will be produced. It is a short audio-visual to be used as an introduction to informative Sessions aimed at students of Secondary Education and Baccalaureate, and can be later, and whenever required, serve various groups and associations.
The Project consists of TWO PHASES:
– Realization of an informative and formative Video of a maximum duration of 8 / 10 minutes, sufficiently attractive as to maintain the attention of the assistants. The audiovisual material will be produced by a team of professionals with extensive experience in the subject, with professional voiceover and sufficient attractiveness to generate the desired IMPACT among attendees.
2.- Design of a practical 45-minute discussion workshop and delivery of 6 training actions with active-participative methodology in Secondary Education Centres in the province of Cordoba.


  • Students of Secondary Education and Baccalaureate

Overall achievements

With its project “11 and 13 Design a future”, the RedComercio Association created a turning point on climate change and SDGs through a video starring young people. The video was screened in 6 schools with the participation of more than 300 students to reflect on how to act and influence climate change. The 5 issues that most concern the students are linked to pollution, extreme weather changes; extinction of species; disease and melting. The future is in their hands and they leave us with a clear message “we need to wake up, we need to wise up, we need to open your eyes and do it NOW!

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