11th World Environmental Education Congress
Building Bridges in Times of Climate Urgency
14-18 March 2022 PragueCZECH REPUBLIC
Side Events

Side Events

NGO Forum

DATE: 14-16 March 2022

PLACE: Congress Centre Prague

World Environmental Education Congress also offers a unique opportunity for many non-governmental organizations to provide environmental education programs and materials. It is a chance to let the world know about your work, find new sponsors, or attract other partners to your future projects. It fits very well with the “building bridges” theme of the 11th WEEC.

The NGO Forum will be situated in the Congress Centre nearby the Congress rooms, on 14-16th March 2022. Each participating organization will get a place for its promotion – you can bring your poster, materials to distribute, etc. For further details, please download the document PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES and contact Mrs. Sonia Lounová.

iREEC 2022: 2nd International Conference of International Researchers of the Education for Environmental Citizenship 2022

DATE: 12-13 March 2022

PLACE: Charles University - Prague

LINK: http://enec-cost.eu/ireec22/

The iREEC 2022 is an international conference in which original research papers, theoretical papers and reports from throughout the world dealing with the Education for Environmental Citizenship in all levels (pre-primary, primary, lower-secondary, upper-secondary, tertiary, higher education) and all settings-formalities (formal, non-formal, informal education) can be presented. The purpose of the iREEC 2022 is to contribute advance understanding of environmental and sustainability education through a focus on research works examining and promoting environmental citizenship through education. Multidisciplinary research and approaches combining environmental education, sustainability education, science education and citizenship education are also accepted.

TND6: Transnational Dialogues in Research in ECEfS

DATE: 13 March 2022

PLACE: Charles University - Prague

LINK: http://www.aaee.org.au/projects/tnd-in-research-in-early-childhood-efs/

The Transnational Dialogues (TND) in Research in ECEfS (Early Childhood Education for Sustainability) is a network of about 80 international researchers who have gathered four times over the past decade to collaborate, mentor and progress research in this emerging field. The primary purpose of the TND over the last decade has not changed - to build a strong connected community of researchers in ECEfS, and to build capacity for research in ECEfS from early career to those already research leaders. The TND has also focused on research output, as we recognize that, as academics, our institutions expect us to publish papers, submit applications for research grants, build our own research networks internationally, and serve our wider communities.

15th invitational seminar on Environmental & Sustainability Education Research

DATE: 13-16 June 2022

PLACE: Ghent, Belgium

LINK: https://www.cdo.ugent.be/news/invitational-seminar-ese-research 

Since its first edition in 1993, the Invitational Seminar on Environmental Education Research series has provided a unique opportunity for participants from around the planet to discuss critical problems, trends and issues in research on environmental and sustainability education (ESE). From 7-10 March 2022, the 15th edition will be organised in Ghent, Belgium, by the Centre for Sustainable Development of Ghent University in collaboration with partners of the SEDwise network (‘Sustainability Education – Teaching and learning in the face of wicked socio-ecological problems’). The central theme of the seminar is ‘Challenges for environmental and sustainability education research in times of climate crisis’.

Meeting of Wild Pedagogies Network

DATE: 14-16 March 2022 (will be specified)

PLACE: Congress Centre Prague

LINK: https://www.wildpedagogies.com 

The emergent Wild Pedagogies Network currently consists of about 100 international pedagogues and scholars who have been meeting regularly since 2014. They are united in seeking a radical pedagogy that can be up to the task of preparing young people for an unknown, but hopefully better, future. Wild Pedagogues challenge the control and standardizing in education that protects the status quo. They believe it is necessity to establish new and intimate relationships with place, landscapes, and the more-than-human world. Environmental Ethics—A Sourcebook for Educators is the first book-length exploration of theoretical underpinnings of Wild Pedagogies. Network members have also edited special issues in a number of journals including: Pathways - The Ontario Journal of Outdoor education, Journal of Outdoor & Environmental Education, Policy Futures in Education, and the Canadian Journal of Environmental Education. At WEEC in Prague, we hope to grow this Network. There will also be a short presentation that will outline the core ideas that underpin Wild Pedagogies. We also intend to take stock of our progress and to discuss future priorities, activities, and networking opportunities. We will also seek to identify possibilities for ongoing and collaborative research.


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