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Projektbeschreibung: Cardle to cradle…

Background for the new „let’s sail together“ project are the positive experiences of the participants and partners of the first project in 2012, where a group of 40 young people from five nations learned to sail a big sailing boat on the Baltic sea, northern sea & Atlantic.

Objective of the new project will be to foster intercultural understanding among the participants, to help them to discover how important it is to work in teams. Team conflicts, which automatically arise when the team is put into a difficult situation, need to be solved in order to achieve a shared goal. In addition, the participants will work in groups to understand the problem of waste and marine pollution. They will learn about the concept of cradle to cradle as a way of avoiding waste and will try to identify solutions for possible waste problems on board of a the sailing boat.

The first phase (4 – 11 August 2013) of the project will be in a camp in Germany. Here the participants get to know each other, work in groups to learn about the marine pollution problem and receive a security training and first instruction for the week on board of the sailing boat.

The second phase of the project (12 – 17 August 2013) happens on board of the sailing boat, where the participants will receive clear responsibilities and will need to organize themselves in groups to keep the boat on track – even at night. Besides the necessary operational work on board of the boat, the participants will receive the mission to watch how waste occurs at the boat and to think about possibilities to avoid waste and marine pollution e.g. by using things that would be thrown for other purposes (cradle to cradle).

The third phase (18 – 20 August 2013) will be happening in the camp. Here the participants should reflect on their experiences on board as well as during the project and should work on a position paper or shared project, which summaries the results if the project (e.g., concept idea of how objects we use in daily life could be redesigned so that they could easily used for other purposes if they become unneeded in their first application area.)

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