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CERV ENABLE

Empowering Next-Generation Advocates for a Better Environment

The ENABLE project is a comprehensive initiative aligned with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, unanimously embraced by UN member states in 2015. It focuses on the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that call for global cooperation to address poverty, healthcare, education, inequality, economic progress, climate change, and environmental preservation. This project underscores the need for unwavering commitment to combat the climate crisis with ambition and inclusivity. he ENABLE project seeks to understand and redefine youth participation in climate governance, addressing structural disparities and systemic discrimination. 

Start: 01/01/2024 End: 31/12/2025 

Project Reference: 101148180 

EU Grant: 000,000 EUR 

Program: CERV 

Action Type: CERV-LS 

Application Organisation: INNOVATION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE – NGO ASBL (Luxembourg) 

Project Partners:  

  • ASSOCIATION CARQUOIS (France) 
  • ECOCENTER ALAPITVANY (Hungary) 
  • UDRUGA ZA PROMICANJE AKTIVNOG GRADANSTVA – ECHO (Croatia) 
  • MV INTERNATIONAL (Italy) 
  • Cyclo Project ry (Finland) 
  • YOUTHABILITY (Greece) 

Project Topics:  

  • Climate Action 
  • Civic Engagement 
  • Inclusivity and Non-discrimination 

Target Groups:  

Direct target groups: 

  • Young people between the ages of 18 and 30, including those confronting social and economical exclusion, residing in rural areas, or originating from migrant backgrounds in partner countries 

Indirect target groups: 

  • Public agencies in charge of youth agendas and engages with youth groups 
  • NGOs 
  • Foundations involved in civic participation and climate justice 

Project’s Objectives: 

  • Seeks initiatives that actively contribute to addressing global challanges and advancing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).  
  • Empowers youth systematically, addresses structures that perpetuate youth-centric disparities, structural inequalities, and systematic discrimination. 
  • Elucidates the mechanisms of meaningful youth participation in climate change governance (CCG) through five key attributes: 1) the roles youth undertake, 2) the governance dimensions they aim to influence, 3) the governance levels they engage with, 4) the decision-making stages they participate in; and 5) stakeholder interactions. 

Approach: Rights-based Approach 

Project Activities:  

  • Project Launching Event 
  • Critical Thinking Workshops 
  • Climate Policy Debate 
  • Youth-Led Climate Action Workshop 
  • Youth Climate Art and Advocacy Exhibition 
  • Youth Climate Leadership Symposium 
  • Youth Environmental Forum 
  • Youth Climate Policy Dialogues with Policymakers 
  • Closing Event