- Action on Prejudice
- Closing the Attainment Gap
- FMQT Next Generation
- #IWill in Scotland
- Learning for Sustainability
- Participative Democracy Certificate
- National Youth Work Awards 2020
Learning for Sustainability
What is Learning for Sustainability?
Learning for Sustainability (LfS) is an approach to life and learning which enables learners, educators, schools and their wider communities to build a socially-just, sustainable and equitable society. As an umbrella term LfS weaves together global citizenship, sustainable development education and outdoor learning to create coherent, rewarding and transformative learning experiences that support young people’s development and understanding of the world around them.
You can drop our #IWill National Development Officer, Jenni Snell, an email for any Learning for Sustainability queries - JSnell@youthlinkscotland.org.
At YouthLink Scotland we are committed to the role that Learning for Sustainability has in both our current and future practice as a youth work sector. You can find the current projects that we are supporting, resources on LfS and opportunities on how to get involved below.
National campaign in Scotland to encourage young people to improve their communities through social action.
On Our Wave Length
On Our Wave Length is a youth-led research project examining the environmental impacts on coastal communities in Scotland.
Climate Emergency Training
Free training to equip Scotland’s youth work leaders with a working understanding of the climate emergency and in turn empower young people to take effective social action.
Get the latest updates on YouthLink Scotland's work in ensuring young people can engage with COP26, Glasgow.
Find blogs, podcasts, training and policy research to help build your climate emergency offer to young people.
Can’t find what you’re looking for? Drop our #IWill National Development Officer, Jenni Snell, an email for any Learning for Sustainability queries - JSnell@youthlinkscotland.org.