SEMEP within a Country

With support from the coordinating organization UNESCO, coordinator meetings, in-service training and other support programmes, member countries are guided to:

1

IDENTIFY interdisciplinary issues of environmental importance in the subregion. IDENTIFY and DEVELOP working procedures for the exploration of these issues.

2

SET UP mechanisms that will enable teachers, teacher educators, youth club leaders, community workers and others to achieve the aims of the SEMEP project.

3

DEVISE and ORGANIZE activies specifically aimed at encouraging exchange of experiences such as: twinnning of schools, camps, exchange visits, touring exhibitions, music/art festivals, competitions etc.

4

ENSURE that activities are relevant to both boys and girls and then develop skills wish provide equal opportunities for the world of work.

5

DEVELOP educational materials (including interactive multimedia) for use by both teachers/teacher educators and students which are relevant to environmental issues of significance to the Mediterranean region.

6

PROMOTE attitudes that encourage girls as well as boys to play prominent roles in addressing and solving environmental problems.

7

EVALUATE procedures to constantly monitor the effectiveness of the project, review progress at regular intervals and establish priorities for future action.

8

ENCOURAGE the setting up of school-industry links so that students better understand the role of industry in their local economies and industry's point of view in tackling environmental issues.

9

SET UP a communication network in order to establish links among schools, with other organizations in participating countries as well as existing databases and information exchange systems.
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