Transformative Learning for Sustainable Development

Transformative Learning for Sustainable Development allows everyone to acquire the knowledge, skills, attitudes and values necessary to actively take part in shaping a sustainable future. Transformative Learning for Sustainable Development means including key sustainable development wicked issues – e.g. climate change, poverty reduction, disaster risk, sustainable consumption, refugees and biodiversity – into teaching and learning.

It also means creating participatory teaching methods and high-quality learning environment that allow for learners to co-create their world and future.

Transformative Learning for Sustainable Development promotes competencies like critical thinking, action competence, future scenarios skills and collaborative decision-making. Transformative Learning for Sustainable Development deals with curricula and learning content, pedagogy and learning environments, learning outcomes, and social transformation in formal, non-formal and in-formal settings.

Current projects

EFFICIENT SDG FULFILMENT FOR REGIONS IN TRANSITION (EFFORT)

A partnership by Sweden, Rwanda and Uganda to create stronger capacity for research and use of results in the implementation of Agenda 2030. 
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TRANSFORMERS – LEADERSHIP FOR TRANSFORMATIVE CHANGE

The Transformers program will inspire leaders with a wealth of methods for driving change, work with them in their transformation project, and create peer-support groups for other transformation projects and participants. The program is implemented in collaboration with leading stakeholders in civil society, private and public organizations and with three high-ranking international universities.  
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ADVANCED REGIONAL TRAINING PROGRAMME (ARTP) IN SOUTHERN AFRICA

Capacity building to support educators to integrate Education for Sustainable Development into all areas of education in Southern Africa. 
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Last modified: 2022-09-28