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Decolonising Ecological Work


21-29 November 2023 | Online (Zoom), Greece

Are you concerned about the environment and interested in exploring ecological issues from a decolonial perspective? If you want to create a more inclusive and equitable approach to ecology within youth work, this webinar is for you!

Decolonising Ecological Work seeks to empower youthworkers, youth educators, educators, trainers, youth leaders, youth project managers, youth policy makers, volunteering mentors, and anyone working within the youth field or with young people, to approach and explore ecological issues through a decolonial lens. Here's why you should consider joining:

Decolonizing Approach: Learn how to decolonize ecological activism, addressing the historical and structural inequalities embedded in environmental movements.

Equity and Inclusivity: Explore strategies to make ecological work more inclusive, ensuring that marginalized voices are heard.

Cultural Sensitivity: Understand and respect the diverse cultural perspectives and knowledge systems related to ecology.

Collaborative Learning: Connect with other participants and share experiences to create meaningful change.


This webinar will be conducted online and consist of two sessions you can attend from the comfort of your own space.

Webinar 1: Understanding Decolonization in Ecology

Date: 21/11/2023 (6.30 pm - 8.30 pm CET)

Webinar 2: Steps towards an Inclusive Ecological Approach

Date: 29/11/2023 (6.30 pm - 8.30 pm CET)

No prior experience in activism, ecology, diversity or specific skills are required. All that is needed is your curiosity, openness, and willingness to learn.

Application Process

Please fill out the application form, https://forms.gle/ogCUPrsojU2pvmnPA

Deadline: 18/11/2023 - LIMITED SPOTS AVAILABLE

Composition of the team :

Amélie Lemarchand: freelance trainer and facilitator in the non-formal education field, Amélie offers group training courses for associations on a diverse range of thematics: inclusion, diversity, intercultural environment, the fight against all discriminations, etc. She has studied how social issues such as ecology and diversity can intersect and how they have to be comprehended in relation to each other. 

Eleni Kardamitsi: trainer and a sustainability coach supporting organizations, professionals and organizations to be their sustainable selves and entities. She has 10 years of experience in training and facilitation in activism, community building, empowerment, mindfulness and nature-based learning. Eleni supports ecological youth initiatives against fast fashion, food waste, and disconnection from nature. 



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Training overview


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This Seminar is

for 20 participants

from Erasmus+ Youth Programme countries , Other countries in the world , Partner Countries Neighbouring the EU

and recommended for

Youth workers, Trainers, Youth leaders, Youth project managers, Youth policy makers, Volunteering mentors, Youth coaches, Youth researchers, Teachers, educators

Working language(s):



Hellenic Youth Participation (Youth NGO)

Contact for questions:

Eleni Kardamitsi


Phone: 00302112163657


Participation fee

Participation in the webinar (2 online sessions ) requires a participation fee based on reciprocity from a sliding scale of 50-100 euros, according to your economic possibilities.

This fee helps sustain the webinar and ensure its quality. Please consider contributing according to your means to support the continuation of such initiatives.

Accommodation and food


Travel reimbursement


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