The BRAND project began in September this year and will run for the next 24 months. If you are interested in fashion and at the same time in the environment and how the fashion industry affects it, the project results are aimed at you! Continue reading
Project number: 2021-2-AT01-KA220-YOU-000050104
European Youth Strategy 2019-2027 acknowledges the crucial need to empower young people to start taking responsibility for their actions and impact on the life of future generations.Clothing industry is indissolubly related to this goal, having a significant impact on the environment. BRAND project aims to raise the awareness of young people on the themes of fast fashion and its severe impacts on the environment and provide youth workers with all the necessary material and tools in order to raise awareness, influence and empower young people towards more eco-friendly fashion choices for a greener and more sustainable fashion future, through the development of digital innovative tools and deliverables.
- Youth workers, social workers, coaches and mentors of young people
- Young people aged from 15 to 25
- R1: BRAND ECO-FASHION Toolkit – an interactive set addressed both to young people and youth workers and it will be presented under a PDF interactive format. Its two parts, “Be Aware” and “Be Prepared”, serve to deliver deep knowledge on the concept of eco-fashion to young people and youth workers and youth educators, while the context promotes the nurturing of ethical, ecological and sustainable mindsets towards the fashion industry.
- R2: BRAND E – book will display case studies and best practices, influence and inspire target groups of the BRAND project.
- R3: BRAND e – NFLUENCERS the digital role-model guide, will redound the consortium to meet its objectives presenting responsible, wise and green personas to be followed. Role models will have the power to influence young people to follow sustainable and responsible behaviors and will equip youth workers with knowledge on boosting such behaviors.
- R4: BRAND Mobile App mainly will be addressed to young people, developing an interactive environment of knowledge (5R Library & Materials and Textiles sector) and will aim to cultivate young fashion customers and consumers with sustainable, ecofriendlier, mindsets towards more eco-conscious fashion decisions.
- Sudwind – Vienna, Austria (coordinator)
- Kainotomia – Larissa, Greece
- Crossing Borders – Kopenhagen, Denmark
- CWEP – Rzeszów, Poland
- Danube 1245 – Sremski Karlovci, Serbia
- MECB Ltd. – Iklin, Malta
Website: in progress
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Project number: 2021-1-LT01-KA220-VET-000034891
The Re-breading project aims to implement the ‘Farm to Fork’ strategy outlined in the European Green Deal. The strategy is a fair, friendly and healthy food system to reduce food and prevent waste, support and promote sustainable food production and consumption as well as sustainable food processing and distribution. Re-Breading envisages the creation of sustainable, but also new, healthier and more nutritious options in the production and consumption of bread, emphasising the importance of understanding ingredients, careful selection of raw materials and methods. By rebranding the identity and increasing the nutritional quality of bread products, the project will also contribute to ‘reversing the rise in overweight and obesity rates across the EU by 2030’, which is highlighted as ‘critical’ in the Farm to strategy, which also states that ‘if European diets are aligned with dietary recommendations, this could lead to a significant reduction in the environmental footprint of food systems. The project also aims to contribute to the reduction of food waste at both retail and consumer level by training new and future baking professionals who can have a direct impact on consumers through their productions, thereby reducing ‘the estimated amount of household food waste, which is strongest among the three sectors of households, food services and retail.
- bakers – both graduates and current students Grupa docelowa
- VET trainers, Educators,VET training institutions, SMEs in the bread industry, nutritionists, millers
- R1: Re – Breading training programme
- R2: Re – Breading Online platform
- R3: Re – Breading interactive Guidebook
- EUROPOS SOCIALINIS VERSLUMOUGDYMO IR INOVATYVIU STUDIJU INSTITUTAS – Kaunas, Lithuania (coordinator)
- CSI CENTER FOR SOCIAL INNOVATION LTD – Nicosia, Cyprus
- STOWARZYSZENIE CENTRUM WSPIERANIA EDUKACJI I PRZEDSIEBIORCZOSCI – Rzeszów, Poland
- FUTURE IN PERSPECTIVE LIMITED – BALLYJAMESDUFF, Irleand
- BUYUK ORTADOGU SAGLIK VE EGITIM VAKFI – Ankara, Turkey
- JOBALITO RECTECH LTD – Larnaka, Cyprus
- AKMI ANONIMI EKPAIDEFTIKI ETAIRIA – Athens, Greece
Social media: https://www.facebook.com/rebreading.europe
Website: in progress
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