Objetivo Sostenibilidad OS! Programa de participación infantojuvenil para la ciudadanía global y los ODS para lograr ciudades y asentamientos humanos sostenible (OS!)
|Leading agency:||Asociación Consortium Local-Global (Coglobal)|
|Area(s) of intervention:||Province of Sevilla, Huelva, Córdoba, Cádiz and Granada|
|Total budget:||€ 31.250|
|NOPLANETB contribution:||€ 28.125|
|Starting date:||1st of November 2018|
Summary of the project
OS! is a project that combines participatory democracy and DEAR strategies, applied to 6 school-classes from 5 Andalusian municipalities. Its goal is to enhance the roll of children and young people as local decision & opinion-makers, enhancing solidarity and responsible actions to achieve sustainable cities and human settlements. In this project 10-12 year-olds design sustainability awareness activities, teaming with local officers, CSO and school staff.
Children involved in OS! take part in 8 sessions with participatory and gender approach to SDG’s, connected with their vital contexts. OS! favours self-development and social empowerment of children that participate in local public policy. They design proposals for the municipal council and edit video campaigns for social environmental change. 4 city councils, 1 Rural Development Group and 3 NGDOs are committed with OS!. The project has a communication plan involving local and regional media.
- 10-15 political representatives and technicians from town councils
- 10-15 teachers
- 150 young people
- 10.000 citizens
OS! is a project that combines participatory democracy and DEAR strategies. It was applied in 6 school classes from 4 Andalusian municipalities. Its goal was to enhance children and young people’s role as local decision and opinion-makers. In this project, 8–12-year-olds designed and implemented sustainability awareness activities, teaming with local officers, CSO and school staff. More than 100 children were involved in OS! and took part in 8 sessions that keep them connected to their daily context with the SDG. OS! Supported the self-development and social empowerment of children that participate in local public policy. They designed sustainability awareness activities proposals for the municipal council and created video campaigns for social-environmental change.