Plastic Food to Plastic Minds
2 - 4 may 2017 at Perugia – Italy
Disability seen as a resource for teaching the reduction of waste production
This is an invitation to expression of interest in the Western and Southern Europe Conference taking place in Perugia, Italy, 2-4 May 2017.
The conference has got 4 topics :
- Presentation of UUD Erasmus+ Elearning Platform and explain the project
- A contact seminar for organizations from Western and Southern Europe in view of the ErasmusPlus deadline 2018.
- Local experience : "The old time's snack" retrives traditions of the past, it makes us free from waste; a new consciousness that makes us regain possession of old values now abandoned. This consideration led to the idea of involving the children of an entire school to create a concrete link between past and future. For this we have explained the children what was the snack of our grandparents, which was back then a need. A slice of bread, spread with half a tomato and seasoned with our extra virgin olive oil and salt. The recovery of this snack binds us to the recovery of a tradition, of a moment that expands over time and which does not create waste. The snack becomes genuine and healthy, not just good; it is no longer an anonymous snack wrapped in many layers of packaging : it’s healthier for us and for the environment.
- Education: Plastic Food to Plastic Minds, Disability seen as a resource for teaching the reduction of waste production
For information about the UUD project, please follow the link to www.plasticsfree.eu.
To register, please send an expression of interest letter, a project idea connected to the UUD theme included. The deadline for expression of interest is 30 april 2017.
Travel and accommodation expences will be covered by the project.
Selection criteria include: follow up project idea and the fund limit to 10 participants, one per organization and per country from Central and Eastern Europe.
For more information pls contact Isabella Ceccarelli via e-mail at email@example.com or via Facebook chat.
Pierluigi Monsignori, Plastic Food Project Association