SDG CHALLENGE

A SOFT ACTION-LEARNING CURRICULUM FOR CLASSES + SCHOOLS

Take 1 Action on each of the 17 SDGs

chosen from 200+ model actions pioneered by young changemakers

MAYBE DIFFERENT CATEGORY ACTION

planters, art, for kids, charity, fundraise, philanthro-parties… maybe with SDG icon the example missions from the MANUAL? animated sliders?

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Collaborate with Global Partners

You learn of hero*ines, solutions, take plenty of local actions, develop ace skills, you help hero*ines boost their high impact solutions to next levels + what you dream up! 

Meet in Person

with Coaches, Hero*ines and Project Partners … to get started, evolve projects, as highlight, to celebrate achievements … you can even go pay a visit!

Connect with Local Allies

Missions will connect you with parents, youth, civil society, journalists, coaches … and they’ll love what you do!

Collaborate in-house

Of course, this grand quest on things you all care for brings you much closer to feelow human beings in your class, school, institution. It greatly enriches life at school and your relations!

SCHOOLS

are our #1 focus space for their enormous potentials, with 100s of students in one place every day over years, with the official purpose to learn to live as able, active, caring citizens.

OTHER SUITED SPACES

are those where youth are united + hosts seek that they feel good and develop life skills, like YL Learnspaces, youth centres, orphanages, trafficked teen rehabili-tation centres, refugee camps etc.

The benefits for youth are HUGE. Take part!

COMPANIES etc.

Spaces where ADULTS are united and seek to do good for people and planet (besides core operations) can also participate. They may have to adapt Missions, but creativity is part of the Challenge.

Boy, will you set a good example! Take part!

Year-round

multiplex

self-organization

exciting, rich value for learning culture

17 actions can be completed quickly. Newbies may choose simple activities, but certainly everybody will enjoy the experience of developing skills, mnaking impact, engaging with people… and want to continue, to go bigger.  

 

We’re with you.

Count on YL Coaches to help you prepare, start and evolve. Our global Tribe is open for collaboration. As always, your best start is to take the Crash Course or even get certified as YL Coach yourself. 

Your strongest asset

for youth leadership at school is to spark a Changemaker Student Club through a Crash Course session 1 in class.

If possible, follow up with sessions 2 to 5 in class; they can also be self-organized by the club; members will share their know-how and take roles of student leaders.

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crash course (adora nellie) + club formed (bwnb class) + group meet (adora) + exhibit + presentations + serratos girls outside placards

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We recommend

that you begin by organizing a Crash Course and see how students respond. Phase 1 lays the foundation (it takes only 90 to 180 mins) by evoking new positive worldview on youth, power of one, a good future, superpowers of youth at school, and shared appreciation for youth leadership, shared priorities for people and planet, shared passion for taking action by 80+% of students !!! – and culminates in decision on first actions : forming a club, taking first actions (based on hero*ines’ initiatives they now know) + letting others know (word of mouth, poster exhibits, presentations, Crash Course Phase 1 and more in other classes …) + involving parents in activities. This can happen in just one or two weeks. 

 As first actions are taken, impact made, joy and feedback experienced, students will ask what’s next and love to do more, and love to go bigger. THIS is a perfect time for pitching the Global SDG Class or School Challenge. Any High Impact  Changemaker Student Club will love it, since the SDG Challenge opens many doors to immersing the entire school community in youth leadership, in making “creating a good world for all” part of learning cultrue and in activating many Allies in town and beyond that respond to the SDG topic.

THIS WAY, you cannot *fail*

like you would, if you called newbies to take on the SDG Challenge and students and your community would not respond at all.
Crash Course first. = Youth Leadership activated, plenty of GOOD will happen (also without SDGs). Then, SDG Challenge.

You can do this IN CLASS

starting as one teacher at school, without teachers, principal or student club sharing your idealism, love for people and planet and determination to nurture GOOD 21st learning culture.

If you have a lively class, it’s no big deal at all, and just wonderful! It will make plenty of impact, ripple across the school community anyway (through book drives, exhibits etc), generate media presence … and thereby activate more students and allies, also at other schools. You will not long stay just one.

TRACKER POSTER for Global SDG Class Challenge

We don’t want you to get bored.

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We Are With You.

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