2. Project title as used in publicity and others materialsChange the Power – (Em)Power to Change
3. Project number389-450
4. Year of Call2016
5. Project start month and year01/2018
6. Project finish month and year12/2020
7. Name and location of lead CSO or LA
la: Climate Alliance (ALA)

Germany
8. EU Member States where the project is being implemented
Germany

9. EU Member States where sub-granting will be providedN/A
10. Total project budget (in Euro):3,281,945.00
11. EC contribution to total project budget (percent):90
12. Main approach of the projectCampaigning-Advocacy
13.Main project on-line information channels used by the project: Website: www.overdeveloped.eu
Facebook: www.facebook.com/Cities4ClimateJustice
Twitter: www.twitter.com/climatalliance
Youtube: www.youtube.com/ClimateAllianceorg
14. Why is the project taking place?Cities play a crucial role in implementing international agreements such as the Paris agreement and the Agenda 2030. This is exactly the point where the project starts. Without the local participation and responsibility, the goals set out in the Agenda 2030 cannot be filled with life. Based on this view, the project strengthens the role of local authorities in localising and implementing the SDGs. Additionally, citizens will get effectively involved in activities around the SDGs. ....
15. Overall objective of the projectStrengthen the role of LAs in implementing the SDGs and enhance the critical perception and change of behaviour of LAs and citizens through development education and awareness raising.
16. Specific objective(s) of the projectEmpower LAs and ALAs to implement the SDGs
17. What will have changed as a result of the project? (Summarise the intended outcome)1.1: Increased public awareness of global interdependencies between the EU and developing countries, the global agenda on development, including the SDGs, the Paris Agreement and Habitat III and difficulties facing developing countries and their residents 1.2: Improved public understanding and critical reflection of these global interdependencies 1.3:Public and political discussion and improved knowledge on coherence for development 2.1: Increased engagement of LAs and ALAs in development education and awareness raising and higher level of engagement to promote coherence for development 2.2: Increased active engagement of the European public in major development debates and attempts to eradicate global poverty, promote justice, human rights, gender equality and sustainable ways of living; 3.1: Changing attitudes and improved public understanding of issues and difficulties facing developing countries and their peoples, in particular migration 3.2: Empowered LAs, ALAs, CSOs and citizens to act towards sustainable ways of living
18. Main themes and geographical areas covered by the projectcities/urban environment
climate
consumption
cultural diversity and identity
ecology, biodiversity, natural environment
energy
global citizenship
human rights, justice
sustainable development
Europe: EU and EEA
Latin America and Caribbean
19. Project target groups, audiences and/or participantsa. Teachers, teacher educators, HE lecturers/ academics
b. Student/pupils from primary, secondary and tertiary levels
c. Non-formal educators (e.g. youth leaders, community, adult, trade union educators)
e. Young people (16 to 35 years)
h. Local Authority policy decision makers
i. National and international policy decision makers (incl. civil servants)
j. Consumers
m. Non-formal education institutions (e.g. youth clubs, community centres, adult education centres)
p. Formal education institutions (schools, universities, etc.)
s. Other Civil Society Organisations and Local Communities (targeted by the project)
t. Local Authorities (targeted by the project)
20. Other target groups, audiences or participants not listed aboveCitizens in the Global South (focusing on indigenous communities in the Amazon basin, 9 countries, and southern partners of the participating LAs, at least 2 countries)
21. Main activities implemented by the projecttraining, project or curriculum development workshop/courses (one-off events lasting up to 1 day)
series of workshops/courses (involving the same individuals over several, not necessarily consecutive, days)
public meetings/public discussion fora
exhibitions and fairs
conferences
lobbying actions
social media interventions and discussions initiated by the project
other activities not listed above (please specify in the following question)
22. Other major activities not listed aboveDevelopment of an online tool (changing consumption patterns), information campaign, exchange with southern partners
23. Main achievement of the project to-dateThe action builds on the experience of former DEAR projects. Successful activities, e.g. the campaign “A good life is simple”, will be further developed within the project. Until now, more than 150 municipalities participated in the campaign. New topics and further translations will be developed until October 2018, the materials can be downloaded free of charge at the project website: overdeveloped.eu/en/downloads. Beside the information campaign, the project team develops an online tool for cities and citizens to rethink own consumption patterns (competition). Another major result is the cooperation with indigenous partners of the Amazon region and the exchange on energy related questions (e.g. fair on RES in Brazil, delegations to Europe).