Jurmala Conference:


On 12.-14.12., 2014, The Second Baltic Conference on Education for Sustainable Development Working and Learning Together focused on the practice of ESD emphasizing that education is connected with society, culture and nature in an undivided unity. The event brought together 126 participants from educational institutions, businesses, the arts, civil society organizations and other sectors and fields from 12 countries to step outside the usual borders of educational institutions, and focus on ESD in a broader sense while keeping education and learning central. It also provided a valuable networking opportunity and set the stage for further cooperation among stakeholders in Baltic region and beyond, including countries at different stages of development.


Agenda of conference here


Report of conference here

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