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26Apr2012: Education, learning and behaviour change

Education, learning and behaviour change and its role in Sustainable Living – special invite from SEEd

You still have time to regsiter for thhis event (just!). Join us on April 26th 2012 for our annual, popular stakeholder policy forum that will explore what we currently do in the UK and the how it is contributing, or could contribute to sustainable living. At this meeting we will explore the recent UNESCO Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) survey completed by 230 organisations across all sectors in the UK. The results will be examined by sector, by ways of learning, by evidence of impact and outcomes and by exploring the role of ESD for sustainable living. The outcome from the day will be a stakeholder report (all participation will be acknowledged) and policy ideas to take forward. Sign up and ensure your voice and ideas are included!

ESD includes wellbeing, learning, behaviour change, social justice now and in the future, locally and globally, environmental and economic sustainability – and involves us all. If you work in any of these areas this Policy Forum is for you. Places are limited and these events are very popular, bookings are already coming in! We have universities, NGOs, local authorities, business people, consultants and schools signed up already

The day will be a mix of practitioners and experts on education, behaviour change, wellbeing, health, values, young people, and the environment. We will have Professor Daniella Tilbury, Director of Sustainability, Gloucestershire Uni and Chair, UN (UNESCO) Decade for ESD Global monitoring group. Our other keynote speaker is Jane Davidson, Director of Institute of Sustainability, and Minister for Education and then Environment in Wales up to 2011. We will also hear from other organisations that are enabling learning with children, young people and families that will support a more sustainable way of life e.g. Wastewatch, Action for Happiness, NCB

The day will be fully facilitated with plenty of sharing practice and ideas to move forward. The result of this day will be a Stakeholder Report for the UK, and all participants will get a copy. There will also be a set of policy recommendations and actions to move forward across all sectors. All participants will be acknowledged for their contributions in the report.
Participants will get:
- a copy of the UNESCO UK survey results,
- a copy of the final stakeholder report,
- policy ideas and opportunities to collaborate with others,
- an understanding of the ESD landscape in the UK across all sectors plus opportunities for more work,
- reduced SEEd/SSA membership

Email us to say that you are coming to reserve your place - you only have a week left

NOTE:
Places will be strictly limited to just 150 and allocated on a first come first served basis.
This offer is only open to people from schools, children’s and youth organisations, NGOs,
networks, FE/HE, business, government and Local Authorities.
Special membership rates will be offered to any one who signs up - £55 for any size organisation and £10 for individuals. Don't miss out!

DATE - April 26th 2012 (9.00am - 5.00pm)
VENUE - Baden Powell House, London - directions
COST - £75, (£65 for survey respondents by April 5th) - To cover the venue, lunch and
refreshments and report. Report only is £25
AGENDA – download here
REGISTRATION - register here
CONTACT - SEEd

Notes:
1. NCB and SEEd run a large alliance – the Sustainable Schools Alliance (SSA), mentioned in the Natural Environment White Paper (July 2011), was launched in March 2011 by Lord Hill, DfE. It has over 300 organisations registered.
2. NCB aspires for all children and young people to feel happy, healthy, safe, confident and connected in an uncertain and changing environment.
3. Sustainability and Environmental Education (SEEd) is a registered charity that identifies, promotes, enables and supports environmental education (EE) and education for sustainable development (ESD) in the UK.
4. UNESCO lead on the Decade for Education for Sustainable Development (DESD) 2005-2014 for the UN and is currently running its third evaluation on learning and processes fro ESD.

Contacting SEEd
Sustainability and Environmental Education (SEEd) is a registered charity that identifies, promotes, enables and supports environmental education and education for sustainable development in the UK. For more information on the work we do, please visit out website (www.se-ed.org.uk) or contact using the details below.

SEEd
Upper Unit 5
Bay 4, The Co-op Centre
11 Mowll Street
London, SW9 6BG

Telephone: 020 7820 7569