Sustainable Intercultural Innovation

In May 2012 students and teachers from Sct. George School in Libanon and Juelsminde School in Denmark met for two days in Youth Town to develop an interdisciplinary and intercultural teaching material.
The material is available here and can be used in national as well as international contexts.



The project is supported by UNESCO Associated Schools Project Network - ASP and


What if learning was about knowledge and also about doing, being, interacting with others and changing the world?

What if formal learning was enjoyable, hands-on and relevant to life outside school while addressing the problems of our world?

What if education systems prepared learners to become responsible citizens, recognize and solve local problems...

Then we would be educating for a more sustainable future

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