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Read the latest reports on our programmes, developments and other things we find exciting and wish to share with you.

What is required for me to get a course certificate of the Social dimension?

To earn a certificate of accomplishment at the end of the Social dimension, you will need to fulfil certain requirements within the Social Dimension of Gaia Education's Design for Sustainability programme. Read to find out more.
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Sustainable Management of Cultural Landscapes – Online Conference Invitation

The strategic partnership on Sustainable Management of Cultural Landscapes includes 13 partners from 10 countries. The project has a number of outputs as a result of productive cooperation of higher education institutions in the field of cultural landscapes and heritage studies.
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A Regenerative Education for our times

The current education paradigm holds the idea that the sole purpose of education is to educate individuals within their particular society, to prepare and train them for work in an economy that integrates people into the national cultural reality and passes on to them the values and morals of that society.
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SILC: A Source of Financial Stability for the ZYCALA Youth

Since the introduction of the Savings and Internal Lending Communities (SILC) activity. ZYCALA (Zambia Youth for Conservation, Agriculture and Livelihood Action) has seen a tremendous improvement in the livelihoods of the youths and the communities at large.
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Creating Community

Building community is the process by which a group becomes aware of its own existence as a living collective unity – and of the life force that sustains it. To build community is to nurture the group spirit and its social cohesion through a shared and clear vision.
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Goal of the Month | August 2020: Responsible Consumption and Production

Did you know that every year about one third of all food produced – equivalent to 1.3 billion tonnes – is wasted, yet food security continues to be a growing global concern, affecting millions of people.
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