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4Wildlife is an innovative educational project and explores the topics of biodiversity and species conservation in rainforests. The use of augmented reality technology in the app ensures that the pupils can dive even deeper into the topic.

The National Mentoring Workshops of the Mentoring for ESD-Leadership Programme took place between October 2020 and February 2021. These workshops were held virtually and, where possible, also as face-to-face meetings.

The time has come: The Song Contest "Dein Song für EINE WELT!" (Your song for ONE WORLD) is starting its fourth round! Once again, children, teenagers and young adults between the ages of ten and 25 can show which global issues concern them and what One World means to them through their self-composed songs.

Over the past two months, nationally organised virtual public events on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) were held in South Africa, India and Mexico. In total, more than 400 interested participants attended the workshops, which were facilitated by the national network members in cooperation with the current batch of mentees of the Mentoring for ESD-Leadership Programme.

Engagement Global together with the group of mentors and mentees participating in the third run of the Mentoring for ESD-Leadership programme successfully concluded the digital introductory week from the 23rd to the 28th of August.

In the third ESD Expert talk on the 26th of August, Supriya Singh from Tata Communications and Juan Carlos Sandoval Rivera from Universidad Veracruzana talked about Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships for ESD during the current pandemic with a special focus on elements that strengthen such partnerships.

For the great response that the course has had and given that some of you have requested it, we extend the deadline to apply until March 22, 2020. Online Course: Go! Global Virtual Exchanges for #teachers, #educators, #trainers and people interested in #education for #sustainable #development.

On the 8th and 9th of November 2019, there was a two-day workshop in Puebla on inclusive, intercultural learning along the thematic guideline of “Cashew”. This event, functioning as a cooperation project, was carried out by representatives of the network from Mexico, South Africa and Germany.

From the 3rd until the 8th of November 2019, a meeting of several days of the international task force with representatives from South Africa, Mexico, India and Germany took place in the context of a cooperation project with financial support by the University of Veracruz.