Applications are paused
As a result of the COVID-19 health crisis, the international seminar is postponed to Q2 2022.
If you have any questions, we invite you to contact Simon Klein at email@example.com.
The Office for Climate Education (OCE) is hosting a one week International seminar on Climate Change Education, in Paris, in January 2022, in partnership with the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation. This seminar aims to promote the development of climate change education in national curricula by facilitating dialogue and cross collaboration between different countries and stakeholders (scientists, educational officers, teachers, etc..). Therefore , this event is intended for around 50 decision-makers, teacher trainers and teachers of foreign (non french) educational systems wishing to discover and get acquainted with the latest trends, methodologies and tools on climate change education (CCE).
The OCE would like to invite interested policy-makers, educators and teacher- trainers from the same country to apply together as a pair.
There are no application fees and all seminar related costs and accommodation will be covered by the OCE. However, travel costs to France and visa fees are at the expense of participants.
Applications can be submitted by completing this form . The deadline has been extended, applications should be submitted by October 18th 2021.
Although we are welcoming pairs, please note that each participant needs to fill in the form individually and specify the contact email of their partner in the dedicated space.
Interested individuals can also contact Simon Klein at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions they might have.