10-12th of June 2022, Göteborg, Sweden

The second transnational partners and experts meeting took place on 10-12. June 2022 in Gothenburg, Sweden. With the cooperation of Swedish partner Burgardens Gymnasium the meeting started on 10. June in the schools building. Firstly, the experts listened to a lecture by Vassili Golikov on “Living sustainably – dilemma, transformation and what can we do?”, where they heard some suggestions and were involved in an active discussion of the topic. After that, they divided into several working groups and began to work together on content for the book and on the design and content of the project’s website.

The next day, the experts continued their work at the Museum of World Culture. All the experts were divided into two teams. The first worked on editing existing materials and setting final structure to the educational toolkit. The second group was dedicated to Selection of best gathered educational materials, more specifically general content, best practices/exercises. After lunch, the work continued, and each of the organizations showed their best practices or the best practices of their country on the topics: Quality Education, Gender equality, Decent work and economic growth, Reduced inequality, Sustainable cities, Climate action, Peace and Justice strong institutions.

The main goal of the transnational partner and experts meeting is to contribute to the process of development of educational toolkit and web-resource, by collecting materials, best practices and new methodologies for adult learners and hearing adults & vulnerable groups own thoughts, ideas and experiences of on themes related with sustainable development.

Meeting focus themes: climate change, green growth, clean Baltic Sea, waste management, sustainable lifestyle, environmental communication for adult learners and civil society. Also meeting designed to evaluate a feedback from workshop session for target groups and meeting of partners and experts who will work on development educational toolkit and web-resource as main practical outcome of the project.

Project meeting results:

– Collected materials for educational toolkit and web-resource; – Conducted editorial team meeting

– Experts discussions on main challenges of the project themes for NGO education and vulnerable groups.

– Discussed all project farther upcoming events.


10th of March 2022, Göteborg, Sweden
Arrival and working day I – Venue: Burgårdens Gymnasium (Skånegatan 20, 412 51 Göteborg)
10.00 – 10.30 Meeting with Burgårdens Gymnasium team and discovering school work
10.30 – 11.00 Living sustainably – dilemma, transformation and what can we do? (Expert: Vassili Golikov)
11.00 – 13.00 Toolkit and Webpage development – part I (experts split on 3 working groups to contribute
in creation a Training Manual (each group is replaying the questions and proposing content): Step 1: Define
your audience… / Step 2: Plan your content… / Step 3: Determine content presentation format… / Step 4:
Develop your content… Step 5: Gather materials that work in your countries for adult learners.
13.00 – 14.00 Lunch at Indian Restaurant
14.00 – 16.00 Editorial meeting of educational Toolkit (table of content, Part I )
16.00 – 16.30 Workshop conducted by Burgårdens Gymnasium and summary of the day
19.00 – 21.00 Dinner and Free time

11 th of June 2022, Göteborg, Sweden
Working day II – Venue: Museum of World Culture (Museum of World Culture, Södra vägen 54, Göteborg)
10.00 – 11.00 Education for sustainable development from the perspective of vulnerable groups (group
11.00 – 12.00 Practical development of the educational toolkit in working groups
GROUP 1: Editorial of education toolkit (editing existing materials and setting final structure)
GROUP 2: Selection of best gathered educational materials (general content, best practices/exercises )
12.00 – 13.00 Presentation of working group results (20 min per group)
13.00 – 14.00 Lunch
14.00 – 15.00 Editorial meeting of educational Toolkit – part II
15.00 – 16.00 Sharing best practices, experience and existing tools and publishing them on webpage.
Each organization needs to present at least:
1 best practices on adults learning on SDGs
1 experience story (What works with adult learners when we talk about SDGs)
1 existing tool that he/she used in their own work for promotion of Sustainable development to adult
learners and young people. .
16.00 – 16.30 Summary and follow up work (home work for partners)
19.00 – 21.00 Dinner and free time


Summary of the II Experts meeting in Sweden

II Transnational partners and experts meeting – Nordi-Baltic Nordplus final agenda SWEDEN

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