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Port of Palermo, Saturday at the Cedifop Study Centre workshop on “Sea and Tourism Sustainability”


Aiming to contribute to the implementation of Agenda 2030 through a board game

The organisation of the participatory learning workshop scheduled for next Saturday at the Port of Palermo (Sammuzzo quay – from 2 to 5 p.m.), on the premises of the Cedifop Study Centre, a professional training body for industrial diving, is travelling at full speed.

The workshop, entitled ‘Sustainability of the sea and tourism. Let’s build a learning game together’, is based on the co- construction of a game focusing on two key areas for sustainability such as maritime activities and tourism. Three goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (the Programme of Action for People, Planet and Prosperity signed in September 2015 by the governments of the 193 UN member countries), on which the interactions will focus: Goal 7 ‘Clean and affordable energy’, Goal 12 ‘Responsible consumption and production’ and Goal 14 ‘Life under water’.

Through games, several key concepts will be addressed during the workshop, with quizzes and cards of contingencies, aimed at stimulating participants to confront sustainability challenges in real-life circumstances.

In the Cedifop classrooms, where the game tables have been set up, there will be time for discussion, sharing and proposals. With this workshop, the organisers intend to contribute to the implementation of the 2030 Agenda with a board game building event, online contests and other activities aimed at stimulating active awareness and learning.

In addition to Cedifop, Skills together, Tour X, Push and Aisa have collaborated in the organisation of the event, all with the aim of repeating the success achieved by ‘Angle’, the financial education game that ended in 2023 and was included by the national agency ‘Indire’ among the best practices and in which Skills together was a partner.

Participation in the workshop is open to all and is completely free of charge.