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CONTENTS

About ECO-UNESCO

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ECO-UNESCO Young Environmental Awards

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ECO-UNESCO Clubs Environmental Workshops

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ECO-Watchers

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ECO-Discovery

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ECO-Action

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Discover Primary Maths and Science Programme 9

Activities @ the Greenhouse

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ECO-UNESCO’s Green Trail of Dublin

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Green Teen Youth Club

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Exhibitions

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ECO-Kids 12 ECO-Explorers Holiday Camp

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ECO-Kids Parties

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ECO-Youth 14 Flip this book over to find out about ECO-UNESCO Trainings and Opportunities! 3

ECO-Youth Events ECO-Forum ECO-Teen Camps ECO-Youth Choices Programme Youth for Sustainable Development & Peer Education Programme ECO-Youth Outings

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Become an ECO-UNESCO Member

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Programme

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ECO-UNESCO is Ireland’s Environmental Education and Youth Organisation. ECO-UNESCO is affiliated to the World Federation of UNESCO clubs, centres and associations (WFUCA) and is a FETAC accredited training centre. ECO-UNESCO specialises in environmental education and training, and environmental youth work. ECO-UNESCO is a registered Irish charity (Charity no. CHY 7225).

Our aims are to:

Raise environmental awareness, understanding and knowledge among young people Promote the protection and conservation of the environment Promote the personal development of young people through practical environmental projects and activities Promote the ideals of UNESCO

ECO-UNESCO is funded by the Department of Children and Youth Affairs with Support of the National Lottery Funds.

ECO-UNESCO runs:

Training courses ECO-UNESCO Clubs Environmental Youth Programmes ECO-UNESCO’s Young Environmentalist Awards Programme A membership programme Volunteer and internship programmes ECO-UNESCO also develops a wide range of education resources

ABOUT ECO-UNESCO

About ECO-UNESCO

Our Mission:

To channel the energy and passion of young people into environmental protection and conservation.

ECO-UNESCO is part-funded by the Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government through the Irish Environmental Network.

Irish Environmental Network

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ECO-UNESCO’S YOUNG ENVIRONMENTALIST AWARDS

ECO-UNESCO’s Young Environmentalist Awards

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What?

Where?

ECO-UNESCO’s Young Environmentalist Awards is an all-Ireland environmental awards programme that recognises and rewards young people who raise environmental awareness and improve the environment through action projects.

Regional ECO-Dens will take place throughout Ireland. Projects will be shortlisted and successful groups will be invited to present their project to a panel of judges. Top projects will be displayed at the Showcase and Awards ceremony which takes place in The Mansion house, Dublin on May 20th 2014.

Who?

When?

ECO-UNESCO’s Young Environmentalist Awards programme is open to any group of young people in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland between 10-18 years of age.

How? It’s simple: register your group online and complete an Environmental Action Project in your group by following ECO-UNESCO’s ‘6 Steps to Success’. Then submit your project to our offices by February 28th 2013.

* Super Junior is non-category specific

Awards: There are 3 overall winners within each age group.

• Register your project online or by phone. • Submit your project by February 22nd 2014 to ‘The Greenhouse, 17 St. Andrews St. Dublin 2.’ • ECO-Dens: • Ulster: March 11th 2014 • Munster: March 13th 2014 • Connaught: March 25th 2014 • Leinster: March 27th & 28th 2014 • Showcase & Awards ceremony: May 20th 2014. Winning projects will be displayed in The Greenhouse June & September 2014. Each young person will receive a Certificate of Participation as well as the possibility of showcasing their project and receiving further awards and prizes. As well as having a range of curriculum links, Young Environmental Awards projects fit in with CSPE action projects, LCA and LVP programmes as well as Youth Clubs, Garda Diversion Programmes and many other youth activities. The programme is youth led and develops a diverse range of skills, as well as providing youth with opportunities to make a difference, make friends and have fun.

The following special awards will also be awarded: Super Junior Award, ECO-Sustainability Award, ECO-Alu Award, Local to Global Award, ECO-Leader of the Year Award, People’s Choice Award.

Contact: yea@ecounesco.ie

+353 (0)1 6625491 www.ecounesco.ie

Want to get involved next year: YEA 2015 Register your project online by Nov. 28th 2014 for the Young Environmentalist Awards. *Limited number of workshops & information sessions available for registered groups!!! Please contact yea@ecounesco.ie for availability.


ECO-UNESCO Clubs ECO-UNESCO CLUBS

What? Get in the club! ECO-UNESCO Clubs are groups of young people aged between 10 and 18 who come together to make friends, make a difference and have fun while sharing an interest in the environment or sustainability issues. ECO-UNESCO Clubs can be a newly formed group or you can affiliate your pre-exisiting Club/group. ECO-UNESCO Clubs get support and advice from ECO-UNESCO staff along with the opportunity to connect with other young people from all across the country. So get your Clubs handbook today and join ECOUNESCO and hundreds of other young people across Ireland.

Who? All ECO-UNESCO Clubs are set up and run by young people aged 10-18 with similar interests - to help the environment and get involved in their community while having a lot of fun!

Where?

Start your very own Club today!!!

Republic of Ireland & Northern Ireland

When? All year round. Contact ECO-UNESCO for more information and to register your club.

What ECO-UNESCO Club members have to say “This is my second year being involved with our Club. It’s great, we do a lot of outdoor projects, learn about the environment and have a great time!”

How do I get involved? Setting up an ECO-UNESCO Club is easy. 1) Fill out an application form online at www.ecounesco.ie. 2) Get your ECO-UNESCO handbook. 3) Start your ECO-UNESCO Club. 4) Run Club activities and keep in touch with ECO-UNESCO. Environmental Youth Club Training How to Set up an ECO-UNESCO Club FREE! See training secion page 14

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Environmental Workshops ECO-UNESCO provides fun and interactive workshops on a wide range of environmental and sustainable development topics, tailored for young people aged 5-18. ECO-UNESCO can travel to any location in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland to deliver workshops for schools, organisations and groups who work with, or are involved with, young people.

ECO-UNESCO delivers the following workshop programmes:

ECO-Watchers ECO-Discovery ECO-Action Discover Primary Science and Maths Programs

Looking for something different? ECO-UNESCO is happy to work with you to develop tailor-made workshops to suit your needs.

Discover Primary Science and Maths ECO-UNESCO is an official Discover Primary Science and Maths Centre offering a range of specialised workshops for primary schools linking with the primary science and maths curricula. For full details and listing of workshops available contact: youth@ecounesco.ie || +353 (0)1 662 5491

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(for young people) What? The ECO-Watchers programme consists of three workshops. The duration of each workshop is 3 hours. The workshops can be accessed individually or as a series.

The workshops are as follows:

Workshops

The workshops support and complement schools, the primary and secondary curricula and promote the personal development of young people. The workshops also complement ECO-UNESCO’s Young Environmentalist Awards and the Green Schools programme.

ECO-Watchers

Discover how the waste we create effects our environment and learn creative ways to reduce it. Take ECO-Actions to reduce the waste in your school or youth group.

Explore where our energy comes from and the links between energy and climate change. Learn tips for reducing energy use in your daily life.

Learn about the causes and consequences of climate change. Find out how you can reduce your carbon footprint to help conserve our planet.

Who? Young people aged 5-18

Where? ECO-UNESCO @ the Greenhouse, 17 St. Andrew Street, Dublin 2. Available as outreach on demand to schools and groups in Ireland.

When? On demand

What young people have to say about the programme “I liked that we learned more about the environment and discovered all sorts of cool things like how plastic is made and the simple things we can do to help keep our environment clean and litter free.”

How do I get involved? Contact ECO-UNESCO at youth@ecounesco.ie || +353 (0)1 662 5491


ECO-Discovery

The ECO-Discovery programme consists of three workshops. This programme offers young people the chance to explore their outdoor environment to discover more about their natural and built heritage. Each workshop lasts 3 hours. The workshops are as follows:

Workshops

Explore Irish woodlands in a unique and fun way. Typical destinations include Knocksink Wood, Glendalough or a natural place of your choosing. Investigate the Irish coastline in an interactive and sensory manner. Destinations include Bull Island, Malahide Beach, Greystones or a destination of your choice. Discover interesting facts about Dublin, from the natural environment and biodiversity hotspots to the built and cultural heritage.

ENVIRONMENTAL WORKSHOPS

What?

Who? Young people aged 5-18

Where? ECO-UNESCO @ the Greenhouse, 17 St. Andrew Street, Dublin 2 On demand at locations throughout the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland

When? On demand

What young people have to say about the programme “It was amazing to learn all about the coastline, about its plants and the sealife and also to realise that even in the city, there is a lot of nature to be found.�

How do I get involved? Contact ECO-UNESCO at youth@ecounesco.ie || +353 (0)1 662 5491

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What? The ECO-Action programme consists of a range of workshops covering a variety of environmental issues. Each workshop lasts 1.5 hours (workshop times and content can be tailored to meet your specific needs). All workshops are age appropriate. Any of the workshops in this programme can be accessed as an individual workshop. Alternatively, groups can complete the ECO-Action programme and be awarded an ECO-Leader certificate on completion of the programme. The issues covered are as follows:

Investigate the origins of waste, its disposal and look at the practical solutions to addressing the issue. Explore the importance of trees, their uses and their conservation. Learn how to make your own paper. Discover the natural world around us, how it works and the value of a healthy biodiversity to the world. Focus on the importance of water in our lives and how to conserve it. What is energy and where does it come from? Explore our energy needs and alternative forms of energy. Identify the connections between lifestyles and global issues and how we can live in a sustainable manner. Learn about climate change and help participants answer questions relating to climate change.

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Who? Young people aged 5-18

Where? Option 1: ECO-UNESCO @ the Greenhouse, 17 St. Andrew Street, Dublin 2 Option 2: Outreach workshops can be arranged throughout Ireland and Northern Ireland.

When? On demand

Workshops

ENVIRONMENTAL WORKSHOPS

ECO-Action

What past participants say about the programme “A very hands on eco-programme that really brought the environment to life for the students�.

How do I get involved? Contact ECO-UNESCO at youth@ecounesco.ie || +353 (0)1 662 5491


Discover Primary Science and Maths Programme

ECO-UNESCO is offering a range of workshops (1.5 - 3.5 hrs) to help capture children’s imaginations and develop a deeper understanding of the natural environment. Explore green spaces in Dublin City Centre, and learn about urban ecology and the biodiversity present within the city. Workshops include 1. Junior ECO-Action Environmental Programme (1.5 hrs/workshop) 2. Junior ECO-Watchers Environmental Worksop Programme (3.5 hrs/ workshop) 3. Junior Sustainability Programme (2 hrs/workshop)

Who? Age: 5-12

Green Trail-Urban Ecology What? Guided group tour of Dublin city’s wildlife hotspots to school groups with the Green Trail – Exploring Nature in the City walking tour series. This innovative trail allows participants to embark on a journey of discovery and explore nature, wildlife and biodiversity in the heart of the city. Activities along the way give participants a greater understanding of their role within the wider environment.

Who? Age: 10 -12

Where?

Where?

The Trail starts at the Greenhouse, and includes Stephen’s Green, Iveagh Gardens and Merrion Square.

Located in Dublin’s city centre in close proximity to a range of urban parklands.

When?

When? On demand

What past participants have to say about the programme “A really fun workshop, I learned a lot and especially loved looking at the bugs and insects up close!”

Other Information Equipment: ECO-UNESCO will supply any required equipment for the workshops Staff Leader: Environmental Youth Officer (total number of staff depends on no. of participants) Teacher Notes: Supporting resources are available for teachers for use in the classroom Pupil Materials: ECO-UNESCO will supply all required materials for use during the Workshop including classification charts, worksheets etc

How do I get involved?

On demand

What past participants have to day about the programme

ENVIRONMENTAL WORKSHOPS

What?

“The activities along the way were great, they really helped me to understand what we were seeing and what we were actually learning.”

Other Information

Duration: 2hrs workshop Equipment: ECO-UNESCO will supply any required equipment for the workshops Staff Leader: Environmental Youth Officer (total number of staff depends on no. of participants) Teacher Notes: Supporting resources are available for teachers for use in the classroom Pupil Materials: ECO-UNESCO will supply all required materials

How do I get involved? Contact ECO-UNESCO at youth@ecounesco.ie || +353 (0)1 662 5491

Contact ECO-UNESCO at youth@ecounesco.ie || +353 (0)1 662 5491

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ACTIVITIES @ THE GREENHOUSE

Activities @ The Greenhouse ECO-UNESCO’s Green Trail of Dublin

Green Teen Youth Club

What?

Do you want to take hands-on action in the conservation of the Irish environment? Do you want the chance to go on outdoor excursions? Do you want the chance to find out more about the environment and issues affecting the planet? Do you want to have fun while taking responsibility for Ireland’s environment? If so the Green Teen Youth Club is the right place for you.

Guided interactive tour of Dublin city’s biodiversity hotspots as part of our Exploring Nature in the City walking tour series. Embark on a journey of discovery and explore nature, wildlife and natural heritage in the heart of the city. Activities along the way will also give you a great understanding of your role within the wider environment.

Who? Suitable for ALL AGES!

Where? The Green Trail starts at the Greenhouse, 17 St Andrew Street, Dublin 2 and includes St Stephen’s Green, Merrion Square and the Iveagh Gardens

When? Weekly lunchtime Green Trail: Wednesdays 12:3014:30 Group bookings available for alternative times on request.

What past participants have to say “A fun afternoon for all the family, saw a side to Dublin that I never knew existed and really enjoyed the activities en-route.”

How do I get involved? Advanced booking essential Contact youth@ecounesco.ie || +353 (0)1 662 5491

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What?

Who? The Green Teen Youth Club will offer young people the chance to find out more about the environment and issues affecting the planet. Young people will have the opportunity to take hands-action in the conservation of the Irish environment with outdoor excursions.

Where? The Greenhouse, 17 St Andrew Street, Dublin 2

When? Weekly Thursdays 4.30pm-6.30pm and one Saturday a month 10.00am-2.00pm

How do I get involved? Advanced booking essential Contact youth@ecounesco.ie || +353 (0)1 662 5491


What? ECO-UNESCO organises and hosts a range of exhibitions at the Greenhouse throughout the year. Exhibitions include ECO-UNESCO’s Clubs in Action Exhibition, ECO-UNESCO Young Environmentalist Awards Showcase and the Youth Exploring Rio+20 – A UNESCO Clubs Transnational Youth Meeting Showcase.

Who? Suitable for ALL AGES!

Where? The Greenhouse, 17 St Andrew Street, Dublin 2

When?

ACTIVITIES @ THE GREENHOUSE

Exhibitions

The Greenhouse is open to the public: Mon-Fri 9:30am - 5:00pm

How do I get involved? You are welcome to drop in to visit us any time. You can find out what’s on by signing up to our monthly E-Bulletin at www.ecounesco.ie. If you are interested in holding an exhibition at the Greenhouse, contact ECO-UNESCO at: info@ ecounesco.ie || +353 (0)1 662 5491

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ECO Kids

ECO-Explorers Holiday Camps @ The Greenhouse! What?

ECO-UNESCO offers a wide range of exciting, fun and interactive environmental workshops for children under the age of 12. Many of our children’s workshop programmes are run from The Greenhouse in Dublin’s city centre.

Using ECO-UNESCO’s new environmental hub, The Greenhouse, as a base from which to explore nature in the heart of the city, children explore the world around them through outdoor adventures, interactive games, hands-on activities and much more. Taking a city centre safari and treasure trail, building a bug hotel, starting a sunflower race and even launching an ECO-Rocket are some of the activities children taking part enjoy while learning about their environment and nature and having lots of fun. What’s more, they’ll get plenty of ideas to bring home with them! Early drop off and late collection available at no extra cost!

Who? Open to all children aged 5-12.

Where? ECO-UNESCO @ The Greenhouse, 17 St. Andrew Street, Dublin 2 and environmental spots throughout Dublin city centre.

When?  ECO-Explorers Easter Camp

22nd -25 April 2014

ECO-Explorers Summer Camps ECO-Explorers Hallowe’en Camp

July 2014 Camps running weekly from 7th July 2014 August 2014 11th-22nd August 2014 Midterm 28th-31st October 2014

What parents/guardians have to say about the camp “A great week, the girls loved it!” “This is a really excellent camp and the kids all really seemed to have a brilliant time. Educational and great fun.”

How do I get involved? Book online at www.ecounesco.ie or contact +353 (0)1 662 5491

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ECO-Kids Parties

ECO-UNESCO offers party packages for your birthday celebration or any special occasion. We have creative kids activities, both indoors and outdoors with an environmental twist. So if you want your young ECO-Kids to have a more sustainable party, contact us to discuss your tailored ECO-Kids Party.

ECO KIDS

What?

Who? Open to all children aged 12 and under.

When? You choose!

What parents have to say about the ECO-Kids parties “A great way for George to celebrate his birthday with friends, plenty of games and a good mix out of outdoor and indoor activities.�

How do I get involved? Contact ECO-UNESCO at youth@ecounesco.ie || +353 (0)1 662 5491

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ECO-YOUTH Are you a young person interested in the environment, making new friends, exploring new opportunities and having fun? If so, ECO-UNESCO has a great selection of events, activities and clubs for you!

ECO-Youth Events Environmental Youth Activity Days What? ECO-UNESCO organises a range of environmental events and activities annually aimed at getting young people out to learn about their environment in a fun, hands-on way. Throughout the year ECO-UNESCO also celebrates a number of key environmental days such as Earth Day and Car Free Day. We often bring young people together to celebrate these days be it through a workshop, event or online tips on how you can celebrate the day with friends and family in whatever part of the country you are in!

Who? Young people between 12-18

Where? ECO-UNESCO @ The Greenhouse, 17 St Andrew Street, Dublin 2 and other environmental spots in Dublin and the surrounding area

When? 2nd February 2014: World Wetlands Day 2nd-8th March 2014: National Tree Week 22nd March 2014: World Water Day 22nd April 2014: UN Earth Day 22nd May 2014: Biodiversity Week 5th June 2014: World Environmental Day 22nd September 2014: Car Free Day 6th October 2014: World Habitat Day 10th October 2014: Tree Day

How do I get involved? Visit www.ecounesco.ie/programmes/youth-events-a-training.html or contact youth@ecounesco.ie Youth leadership and Eco-skills training – for ECO-UNESCO Clubs! See page 17

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ECO-Forum

ECO-Teen Summer Camp

ECO-UNESCO’s Youth ECO-Forum

Teen Summer Camp What?

ECO-UNESCO’s runs youth forums that bring young people, aged 15-18 together to give them a voice and an opportunity to speak directly to experts and to present their own recommendations on the environmental issue of the day.

An action packed week for green teens! This is a week-long series of environmental workshops for young people (aged 12-16), with activities focused on learning about the natural heritage of various habitats close to Dublin’s City Centre. Day-trips to the Grand Canal, the River Liffey and Urban Parklands will be included in the week’s activities, along with classroom workshops and creative activities on biodiversity. Early drop off and late collection available at no extra cost!

Who? Young people aged 15-18

Where? ECO-UNESCO @ The Greenhouse, 17 St Andrew Street, Dublin 2

When?

Please check www.ecounesco.ie for updates

How do I get involved? Contact ECO-UNESCO at youth@ecounesco.ie || +353 (0) 1 662 5491

ECO-YOUTH

What?

Who? Teens aged 12-16

Where? ECO-UNESCO @ The Greenhouse, 17 St Andrew Street, Dublin 2

When? 23rd-27th June 2014

What past participants have to say “A cool way to spend the week, meet some new and like minded people and go on some fun trips around Dublin. I’ll be back next year!” around Dublin. I’ll be back

How do I get involved?

Book online at www.ecounesco.ie or contact +353 (0)1 662 5491

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ECO-YOUTH

ECO-Youth Choices Programme What? ECO-Youth Choices is an alternative drug prevention programme, building the capacity of young people to make positive life choices. Participants learn how to channel their energy into positive action on personal, community and environmental levels. Participants will be invited to take a critical look at their surroundings and assess how these influence them; discuss how to improve them; and act by putting into practice environmental levels.

Who? Young people between 12-18 years of age

Where? ECO-UNESCO@ the Greenhouse and on a regional outreach basis.

When? On demand

What past participants have to say “Thanks for the help, it opened a different door for me to do better in life.” “This was a really good experience and one that I will hopefully take with me over the next few years and help me be a positive influence on those around me in my community. “

How do I get involved? Contact ECO-UNESCO at drugsed@ecounesco.ie || +353 (0) 1 662 5491

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Programme Elements: ECO-Youth Choices Peer Education Programme This is a 10-12 week programme running one session a week (between 1-2 hours) both indoors and outdoors. The programme includes peer education training and support in undertaking a local environmental action of their choice. ECO-Youth Choices Outdoor Education Programme ECO-Youth Choices outdoor education programme offers young people at risk of drug misuse, the opportunity to explore the natural environment and their own potential through recreational, educational, fun and interactive activities. These are stand alone days and are delivered in a number of outdoor settings including woodlands and beaches. Other: • FETAC L3 in Community Participation • Drug Prevention Training for Trainers (See trainings for further details on these)


Youth For Sustainable Development What?

Programme of Events Peer Education Programme Global Youth Leaders for Change ECO-Sustainability Award ECO-Sustainability Award Training Peer Education for Sustainable Development FETAC L5 Training Youth Work and Sustainability Training

Peer Education Programme: Global Youth Leaders for Change This programme offers young people the opportunity to learn about sustainable development and development education; to develop leadership skills and to become peer educators. As part of this action packed programme, peer educators organise great environmental events such as hikes, shows, awareness raising and even ECOPicnics in the Park (think mini-electric picnic but greener)! Come along and join the fun. Each event is free and open to all!

Who? Open to all young people aged 15-18 * Trainings are available for youth workers and educators ** ECO-Sustainability Award is open to organisations, groups and businesses

ECO-Sustainability Award The ECO-Sustainability Award is an awards scheme run by ECO-UNESCO that rewards, recognises and encourages organisations working towards sustainability. This short course provides a practical approach on how organisations can become more sustainable and introduces groups to the ECO-Sustainability Award Programme.

Who?

ECO-YOUTH

ECO-UNESCO’s Youth for Sustainable Development programme offers a range of exciting programmes and events for young people to learn about sustainable development, development education and how to become a peer educator. The programme also has opportunities for youth workers, educators, groups, organisations and businesses.

Open to all young people aged 12-18. Training is also available to youth workers and educators. The ECO-Sustainability Award is open to youth organisations, groups and businesses.

Where?  ECO-UNESCO@ the Greenhouse, 17 St. Andrew Street, Dublin 2

When? Saturday - 20th September 2014, 10am - 4pm. On demand: ECO-UNESCO also run this course to groups on request. If you are interested please contact us.

How do I get involved? Contact ECO-UNESCO at ysd@ecounesco.ie || +353 (0)1 662 5491

Where? Core programme activities take place at the Greenhouse. Time and alternative locations are dependent on the event. Contact us for full details.

What young people have to say about the programme

“It’s not just my peers but even at home – my Dad and my Mam can’t believe some of the stuff that I do in here with ECO-UNESCO and even an older generation like my granddad, they’ve changed along with me”

How do I get involved? Contact ECO-UNESCO at ysd@ecounesco.ie || +353 (0)1 662 5491

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ECO-Youth OUTINGS What? A fun filled eco-day out for eco-teens! Held on a Saturday of each month, ECO-UNESCO will lead outdoor activities for young people including forest walks and hikes around Howth Head, Bray Head and Greystones, along with practical conservation work along Ireland’s coasts.

Who? Young people aged 14 - 18

Where? All excursions leave from ECO-UNESCO’s the Greenhouse, 17. St. Andrew Street, Dublin 2 and will take in a number of areas such as Howth, Bray and Greystones.

When?

Saturdays 10.00-16.00 (approximately) Dates: 1st February 15th February 22nd March 3rd May 7th June 19th July 30th August 11th October 22nd November

How do I get involved?

The outing is open to ECO-UNESCO groups and members, while other young people can get involved by signing up as a new member (annual membership for under 18s only €10). New members must register with ECO-UNESCO at least one week in advance of the trip as parental/ guardian consent is required for these outings.

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BECOME AN ECO-UNESCO MEMBER TODAY! What? For just €10 per annum, young people under 18 can become a member of ECO-UNESCO allowing you to have exclusive access to our events and activities such as our monthly eco-outings, our eco-forums and workshops, get involved with our trainings, meet with like minded peers, have fun and keep up to date with all of our news!

Who are ECO-UNESCO Members? Our youth members are under 18 and: Are interested in the environment and may have an interest in social issues Want to learn more about the natural world Want to take part in our monthly eco-outings Want to take real eco-action Want to make new friends Like being outdoors Want peer education training

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How do I get involved? Easy! Just log onto www.ecounesco.ie/support-us/become-a-member. html and sign up online! Alternatively contact info@ecounesco.ie for the application form. Individuals must sign up as ECO-UNESCO members before they can take part on the outing


Programme

Special Offer

Price €

Price €

ECO-Watchers ˟

250 (per workshop)

600 (full programme)

ECO-Discovery ˟

250 (per workshop)

600 (full programme)

ECO-Action ˟˟

100 (per workshop)

650 (full programme)

DPSM

Contact ECO-UNESCO for pricing Family and group discounts available

Green Trail of Dublin

€5 per person

ECO-Explorers Holiday Camps Full week

90 (Early Bird)

100 (Full price)

4 Day Camp (Easter, Halloween)

80 (Early Bird)

90 (Early Bird)

ECO-Teen Summer Camp

90 (Early Bird)

100 (Full price)

Discounts for any additional family members attending. Early drop off and late collection available free of charge Discounts for any additional family members attending. Early drop off and late collection available free of charge

ECO-Kids Parties

Price on demand. Contact ECO-UNESCO for information

ECO Youth Events

Free to those who sign up as members (see page 18 for more information on membership)

ECO-Forum ECO-Choices Programme

Free to those who sign up as members (see page 18 for more information on membership) Free to young people and youth groups who are connected to ECO-UNESCO through our programmes or as an ECO-UNESCO Club

Youth for Sustainable Development: Global Youth Leaders for Change

Free

Exhibitions

Free

˟Based on a minimum of 25 students@ €10/head ˟˟ Based on a minimum of 25 students @ €4/head

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ECO-UNESCO's Children and Young People's Prospectus