2. Project title as used in publicity and others materials
3. Project number338-128
4. Year of Call2013/14
5. Project start month and year12/2014
6. Project finish month and year12/2017
7. Name and location of lead CSO or LA
cso: NAZEMI

Czech Republic
8. Name and country of project partners based in the EU
Czech

Germany

Greece

Poland

Slovakia

Slovenia

UK

9. Total project budget (in Euro):
10. EC contribution to total project budget (percent):
11. Main approach of the projectfocussing on a global learning approach within non-formal education
12.Main project on-line information channels used by the project: Website: www.nazemi.cz/en/scoutsandguides
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/scouts.and.guides.active.global.citizens/
Twitter:
Youtube:
13. Project background: Why is the project taking place? Why is the need form the project?In the problem analysis of how to implement non-formal education in the most effective and efficient way, we identified established, defined and yet wide target group – Scouts and Guides – with already existing educational system. This target group has an identified need for global development education (DE) while lacking the content and methodologies to implement it in practice. Project partners (especially CSOs) offer substantial experience in methodological and thematic approaches to DE.
14. Overall objective of the project (as shown in the project log-frame)Representatives of the world Scout movement actively engage in post-2015 processes and their implementation. The role of Scouts is recognized in official documents of international (intergovernmental or multistakeholder) organizations.
15. Specific objectives of the project (as shown in the project log-frame)At least 1/3 of all Scouts in the 7 EU countries reached indirectly through the action. At least 1/5 of all Scouts in the 7 EU countries will be directly addressed by the activities of the action. Scouts feel more empowered that
16. Expected results of the project (as shown in the project log-frame)Post-MDGs issues will be set in the line with current predictions and no major political shifts will take place.
17. Main themes and geographical areas addressed by the projectconsumption
cultural diversity and identity
education, lifelong learning
gender equality
global citizenship
human rights, justice
migration
poverty
production
social-economic equality
sustainable development
18. Project participants, audiences, target groups, beneficiaries. Please select all that apply and for each state the numbers actively engaged in the project to dated) Non-formal educators (e.g. youth leaders, community, adult, trade union educators)
e) Young people (< 25 years, outside formal education)
f) Non-formal education institutions (e.g. youth clubs, community centres)
19. Other beneficiaries not listed above
20. Main activities used by the project to engage its participants, audience and target groupseries of workshops/courses (involving the same individuals over several, not necessarily consecutive, days)
other activities not listed above (please specify in the following question)
21. Other major activities not listed abovePublications and tools for self education and self development in the themes of SDGs.
22. Please give a short description of the major result or success of the project so far. (If you project is less than 1 year old feel free to ignore this question)"1) selection and coordination of Scout DE trainers that are highly motivated to share their expertise as Global Educators with their peers. In some cases they are successfully working even on influencing whole national Scout system with regards to DE. The careful selection of these people was the most important factor of this success. 2) international conference Re-imagining Futures with 8 guest speakers from global South and North. The motivational event was attended by 145 participants, mainly scout leaders and DE trainers who got inspired in various ways for informed engagement. Selection of great guest speakers in cooperation of all project partners and communication of the conference goals were the key reasons for successful outputs