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Registration deadline extended for the Young Environmentalist Awards 2018
ECO-UNESCO’s Young Environmentalist Awards (YEA) is an all-Ireland environmental awards programme that recognises and rewards young people who raise environmental awareness and improve the environment. …
Bring Youth Action for the Environment to Your School this year!
We're delighted to launch our range of programmes this Autumn to support your school or youth group to learn more about the environment, improve young…
Youth for the Future: Environmental Youth Summit 2017-18
Youth for Sustainable Development News
Youth for Sustainable Development is a pioneering 12 week programme for young people (aged 15-18) who want to learn more about sustainable development, the environment, and how…
Learning2Change Our World
Learning2Change Our World (L2C) promotes Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) in secondary schools across Ireland. Here's how we can bring ESD to your school: Workshops:…
- Intern to support ECO-UNESCO Young Environmentalist Awards. Closing date 5th March - Deadline extended to 9th March.
ECO-UNESCO are looking for an intern to support our Young Environmentalist Awards. This is great opportunity to gain valuable on the job work experience, develop your skills and advance your career options... (Read more...)
- ECO-UNESCO vacancies for two part time internships. Closing date 28th February - Deadline extended to 9th March.
ECO-UNESCO have vacancies for two part time internships beginning in March 2018. We are accepting applications until 28th February from people with backgrounds in education... (Read more...)
- ECO-UNESCO is seeking Expressions of Interest to join the Board as a Non-Executive Director (voluntary role)
ECO-UNESCO is governed by a voluntary Board of Directors and is currently seeking expressions of interest to join our dynamic Board... (Read more...)
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