1. Innovative tools and approaches on development topics in formal education available and integrated in school curricula;
2. Increased awareness of students and pupils on SDGs 11, 13, 16 and on global interdependencies between the European Union and developing countries as well as their capacity to play a role and accomplish their responsibilities towards a transformational society;
3. Enhanced capacities and engagement of local authorities in development education and awareness raising on their own sub-national levels
Cross-country collaboration and Participatory approach:
Walk the Global Walk enhance cooperation among European countries and enlarge a favorable environment for raising awareness on the sustainable development and it does it by involving partners in design of the activities in order to guarantee their sustainability in national contexts.
Learner-centered methodology and Peer to Peer approach
Learners are included in a process in order to nurture a deep learning and understanding about SDG and human rights’ issues, to consider and evaluate what they have learnt and to subsequently, take action. Young leaders shall become trainers and will be asked to unlock the potential of their peers to become actors of development.
Empowerment of teachers:
Walk the Global Walk project provides teachers with necessary tools to embed global citizenship education within a school curriculum and in this way, offer a different prospective and of the school to pupil, increasingly disoriented by distances that separate school from global challenges they face in everyday life.
Use of new technologies:
The development and use of the online interactive platform as main “hub” for all the activities of the project will foster interaction between students, educators and teachers in and among different countries making them feel part of a larger and global community.