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Objectives - Some Principles
Commitment of the Philippine Youth for the Protection of the Planet Earth
Detailed Presentation of the process
Step-by-Step to the School Conference - Methodological Document
The Charter of Responsibilities of the Children of Chile
THE CONFINT HAS ENDED TO BE BORN AGAIN
The Philippine process to the CONFINT
The USA Charter: Youth Charter of Responsibilities
Workshop on Values and Responsibilities
Young Citizens Get Involved in the Future of Europe
Youth Conference on Environment - General Presentation
Home Activities Regional Activities Latin America Brazil Children and Youth International Conference - "Let’s Take Care of the Planet" - Brazil 2010
Cronograma - Expected results
2007 - Establishment of Agreements for International Cooperation between Brazil, the participating countries and the partners
Formation, in each country, of a Coordination Group composed by three instances, or a tripod : Government (Ministries of Education, the Environment and others, as Culture, Science and Technology…), University and Civil Society (NGOs and Youth Movements).
2008 - World-wide launching
Collective definition, with the Managing Groups, of the rules for the Conference and proposal of educational materials
2009 - Conferences in the Schools and National Children’s - Conferences for the Environment
Holding Conferences in the Schools followed by National Conferences in each country, with clear procedures of thematic debates, collective construction of a Charter of Responsibilities, participation of delegates from the schools and the election of the delegation of the country for the International Conference of 2010.
2010 - International conference (July)
Multicultural meeting of democratically elected delegations from all the participating countries. The International Conference will elaborate an International Charter of Responsibilities “Let’s take care of the Planet”, a synthesis of the commitments assumed by the children for the construction of sustainable societies.
Participation of 5% of elementary schools (5th to 8th grades or equivalent) in the participant countries.