Multi-stakeholder Approaches to Education for Sustainable Development in Local Communities: Towards Achieving the SDGs in Asia

Multi-stakeholder approaches to Education for Sustainable Development in Local Communities: Towards Achieving the SDGs in Asia

Multi-stakeholder Approaches to Education for Sustainable Development in Local Communities: Towards Achieving the SDGs in Asia

Local communities are the driving force of a sustainable society and a crucial part of achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The publication Multi-stakeholder Approaches to Education for Sustainable Development in Local Communities: Towards Achieving the SDGs in Asia provides examples of various innovative approaches to Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) carried out by Regional Centres of Expertise on ESD (RCEs) in Asia-Pacific. Such approaches aim to facilitate collaborative and transformative learning in order to affect change for sustainability. They demonstrate how education and learning coupled with multi-stakeholder engagement can effectively drive community action to tackle sustainable development challenges at the local level and towards achieving the global goals.

 

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Multi-stakeholder Approaches to Education for Sustainable Development in Local Communities: Towards Achieving the SDGs in Asia
Bangkok: UNESCO Bangkok, 2020, 93 p.

Document code: TH/C4-4015/EISD/20/017

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