4 February 2020

Last summer, Young Friends of the Earth Europe, together with BUNDjugend (YFoE Germany) held a 9-day training event: 'Training for Trainers: Inclusive Climate Justice Work'.

We ran workshops on addressing racism, centering feminism, tackling power and recognising privilege - all designed to make our climate justice movement open and accessible to all so we can win.

23 January 2020

The Court of Appeals in Oslo today made its judgement on the Norwegian climate lawsuit, which had been brought by a number of plaintiffs including Natur og Ungdom/Young Friends of the Earth Norway. While the Norwegian Court rightly upholds the Constitution which guarantees everyone's right to a healthy environment, it doesn't acknowledge the environmental boundaries breached by awarding 10 oil drilling licenses in the Arctic.

9 December 2019

Role-playing exercises are great. Non-violent communication (NVC) is even better. Combine them in the right way and a seed for societal change has been planted. Let us try to explain why...

30 October 2019

YFoEE has organized "Training for Traineers: inclusive climate justice work" which gathered young people across Europe in August in Germany. The same participants have run many workshops and activities related to the social and environmental justice movement. Popular Education has been one the basis of this training where it was demostrated that everybody has knowledge to share and learn from the others. "The greatest climate resistances in Europe” was one of the activities where young activists explained their experiences related with different campaigns.

26 September 2019

In August, YFoEE and BUNDjugend (Young Friends of the Earth Germany) organised Camp for [Future], a climate camp in the coal-mining region in the west of Germany. This event became a huge gathering of young activists from all Europe, where they participated and ran many workshops and activities related to the social and environmental justice movement. We asked some of them about the global climate strikes, and reflections on their environmental activism.

 

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