KA210- YOU – Small-scale partnerships in youth

Green Netiquette

Green Netiquette’s primary objective is to support the promotion of environmentally-conscious netiquette as a vital transversal skill and competence and environmentally conscious practice, but also address the challenges of our changing world. The project aims to raise awareness and advocate for responsible and sustainable practices in digital technologies. It employs a bottom-up approach, engaging youth and youth workers in practical activities inspired by “learning by doing.” The project emphasizes collaboration and inclusivity, aiming to unite diverse stakeholders from different backgrounds. By promoting dialogue, exchanging ideas, and encouraging active participation from all stakeholders, the project creates a platform for collaboration and cooperation. It recognizes the significance of sustainable development and endeavors to contribute to a better future by fostering cooperation, amplifying diverse voices, and driving positive change toward a sustainable future. Its mission is to promote sustainable practices, empower stakeholders, and leave a lasting impact.

The activities of this project are:

This activity ensures the correct management and implementation of the project activities and lasts over the whole project life cycle.

This activity provides for a short online training for staff members of the participating institutions, who become the appointed moderators of the debate activities.

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The partners organize public debates within and beyond their institutions, providing peer and experiential learning opportunities for youth and youth workers on a people and environment-friendly use of digital technologies.

This activity includes the creation of a guide of best practices in the use of digital skills for learning activities. This activity takes advantage of the partners’ experience in active citizenship, digitalization, technology use, and environmentally friendly practices already in place, thus creating a comprehensive guide of best practices, tips, and tricks.

This activity involves the planning and implementation of the project’s dissemination and also the Final Conference, organized by Youthmakers Hub. The Final Conference aims to amplify the project’s impact through direct engagement with young people, youth workers, institutions, and policymakers. The conference is both in-person and streamed online, facilitating participation and engagement from a wider audience.