Add to Calendar 2020-05-07 10:00:00 2020-05-07 11:15:00 Underpinning the Role of the European Education Area in supporting Europe to Achieve Agenda 2030 Bridge 47 are hosting a multi-stakeholder panel discussion on the topic of the European Education Area viewed through the lens o Zoom Bridge 47 office@netuxo.co.uk Europe/Brussels public

Community Doer’s Wanted! Are you working in the area of education for active citizenship? Do you think that education can change the world around you for the better? If your answer is yes, Bridge 47 and CIVICUS welcome you to participate in this webinar.

Most of us are so busy making positive change in our communities happen through education, that the work to collect the evidence of that change isn’t the priority. But that evidence is important for so many reasons – it motivates those working and it builds appreciation for the work, which leads to more trust and stronger relationships - the foundation for even more positive change. It also uncovers ways to better allocate scarce resources and uncover unintended negative and positive consequences of the work.

Hannah Wheatley, Data Specialist, from CIVICUS for Worldwide Citizen participation will share uncomplicated and powerful steps to collect evidence of the change you are making and use the evidence to build recognition and get more of what you need.

Laura Leeson is Program Director at Projet Jeune Leader, a youth-led organization that integrates sexual health and leadership education into the curriculum of public middle schools in Madagascar. She will talk about why it is so important to collect evidence of the change Projet Jeune Leader is making.

This webinar will introduce a simple process, including tools and tricks of collecting evidence, which helps you do more of what you want to be doing: being and acting as Community Doer!

The webinar will take place on 7th May, 15:00-16:15 CEST. You can register here.

The webinar is free of charge, open to anyone! We invite all of you to actively participate with ideas, reflections and comments! If you have any questions, please contact Ricarda (ricarda.motschilnig@bridge47.org)