The youth activists from the communities involved in “Global education goes local” project will meet their peers from “Young people we care”, Ghana. Eighteen participants will attend one week summer school in Kumasi at the end of April 2020. The summer schools is aimed to engage youth in a dialogue and learning process on the challenges and possible solutions in regards to the issues of gender equality, sustainable cities and responsible consumption.
The “Young people we care provides” bridges young people from Ghana with their peers all around world, provides training opportunities and access to education and carrier coaching. The youth form Ghana will meet with young activists from Austria, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Slovenia, Lithuania and Spain. Together they will be engaged in learner-centred, participatory, dialogue-oriented and experiential methodologies based activities.